Third Wave s New Management Team Takes Reins as Investors Eye Transition | GenomeWeb

Last week Third Wave Technologies announced that it had replaced three of its upper management in a move tied to the recent replacement of John Puisis by Kevin Conroy as CEO.

Maneesh Arora, Gregory Hamilton, and John Bellano, all in their 30s, were recently promoted to CFO, vice president of finance, and vice president of sales, respectively. The new team comes to power as the company's switch from research tools to molecular diagnostics is nearly complete, and they inherit some of the challenges associated with that transition.

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