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Conan Li, Changjin Wang,.John Tyson, Robert Johnston Jr., Patrick Blake.


As part of a new reporting structure, Cellomics of Pittsburgh has hired three new members of its senior management team. Conan Li will serve as vice president, product development, Changjin Wang will be vice president, business development, and John Tyson will act as vice president, manufacturing.

Robert Johnston Jr., formerly executive vice president and CFO of Cellomics, has been promoted to lead the entire management team.

Li was most recently vice president of science and research at Xylum Corp. Wang was director of technology acquisition and alliance at Packard Bioscience. Tyson was vice president of manufacturing at Cytometrics.

Cellomics said that a few positions have been eliminated as a result of the new management structure.

Informax, based in Bethesda, Md., has named Patrick Blake vice president and managing director of Europe, Middle East and Africa operations. In this position, Blake will be responsible for managing all operations, including sales, marketing and customer support. He will be based at Informax’s European headquarters in Oxford, UK.

Prior to joining Informax, Blake was most recently president and founder of Montauk solutions

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