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Hans Peter Fatscher, Leroy Hood

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Qiagen has promoted Hans Peter Fatscher to vice president of life sciences sales, the company said last week. Fatscher has worked at Qiagen since 2001 in sales management and other sales areas, including director of global customer satisfaction.
 
In his new position at Qiagen, Fatscher will be responsible for North American life science sales and will work to standardize the company’s life sciences commercial processes in North America.
 

 
Leroy Hood has joined the board of directors at NimbleGen Systems, the company said last week. Hood also will take over the chair on the company’s scientific advisory board.
 
Hood is co-founder and president of the Institute for Systems Biology.

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