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Dean Misenhimer, Ron Appel, Frédérique Lisacek

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Kinematik, which sells the eNovatorsoftware solution, has named Dean Misenhimer director of marketing. 
 
Misenhimer will oversee KineMatik’s global marketing strategy, driving the company’s growth in the U.S. and other markets, along with responsibility for product marketing and branding of the eNovator product suite, the company said.
 
He joins KineMatik after 12 years in various marketing and directorial positions at EMC Corporation and Documentum. The company added, in a release, that Misenhimer has spent 14 years specifically in the content management market and has extensive experience in solution selling and working with life science firms.
 

 
Ron Appel, formerly professor at the department of structural biology and bioinformatics of University of Geneva and head of the Proteome Imaging Group at the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics has moved full-time to Lausanne, Switzerland, where he is now SIB’s director.
 
Colleague Frédérique Lisacek is now leading Appel’s previous research group at SIB and University of Geneva.
 
Lisacek holds a masters degree in mathematics and in computer science, and has completed her Ph.D. in the application of computational methods to life sciences and has worked more than 20 years in both academic and commercial bioinformatics, Appel said in a statement.

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