NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Former Life Technologies CEO and Chairman Greg Lucier has joined the board of directors at Invuity, a medical device company based in San Francisco. Prior to Life Tech, Lucier was chairman and CEO of Invitorgen, which merged with Applied Biosystems in 2008 to form Life Technologies. He previously held senior management positions at General Electric including CEO and president of Medical Systems Information Technologies for GE Healthcare. Lucier holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS in industrial engineering from Pennsylvania State University.

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