Mark Stevenson, Philip Chase, Eric Raichle, Jason Rhodes, Pauline Ryan, Ira Marks, Patricia Walicke, Peter Harris, Stephen Donahue | GenomeWeb
Applied Bioystems has promoted Mark Stevenson from president of the Molecular and Cell Division to executive vice president of the company. ABI said the Molecular and Cell Division will also be split into two groups: MCB Systems and MCB Consumables.
 

 
Alnylam has named Philip Chase to be vice president of legal affairs, Eric Raichle vice president of human resources, and Jason Rhodes vice president of business development.
 

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