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Erin Foran Wolff

Celmatix has appointed Erin Foran Wolff as its first chief medical officer. She will play an important role as the company prepares to launch its first genetic test and continues to scale its analytics platform, Polaris, already in use at leading fertility clinics across the US. Wolff comes to Celmatix from the National Institutes of Health, where she worked as an assistant clinical investigator and conducted basic, translational, and clinical reproductive research.

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