NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Epic Sciences has appointed Greg Lucier as chairman of its board of directors. Lucier was previously chairman and CEO of Life Technologies. He joins Epic as the company focuses on commercializing its circulating rare cell analysis platform, including products and services to detect circulating tumor cells.

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