New York-based ProteoMetrics has made a number of changes to its senior management team as it prepares for future growth. The company has hired Doug Lockyer, formerly CEO of Internet startup Riptide Communications, as co-CEO. Lockyer, who has been a consultant to ProteoMetrics since 2000, will lead the company’s efforts to increase its staff from 34 to over 100 over the next 18 months.

Ron Beavis, formerly chief scientific officer and one of the founders of ProteoMetrics, has been named the CEO of the company’s scientific operations.

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