By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cartagenia has opened its first North American office in Boston, the Leuven, Belgium-based bioinformatics firm said today.

The opening of the new office follows recently signed contracts with GeneDx and the Los Angeles Children's Hospital.

The firm also said that it has named Drew Arnold, VP of sales and business development for North America, to head the office. He joins Cartagenia from GenomeQuest, where he headed the global sales team.

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