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Krisztina Halasz, Anna Kapferer, Helena Lexander, Jeffrey Leathe

Ludesi said this week that it has hired three new application specialists: Krisztina Halasz, Anna Kapferer, and Helena Lexander.
Prior to joining Ludesi, Halasz served as account manager and product specialist at Bio-Rad Laboratories. Lexander came to Ludesi after working for GE Healthcare as a proteomics scientist focusing on two-dimensional gel electrophoresis. Kapferer was R&D engineer at Nonlinear Dynamics, where she designed and evaluated software technologies while also developing algorithms.

BioTrove has named Jeffrey Leathe as CFO and has charged him with overseeing IT infrastructure development. Leathe has experience in both large public companies and in start-ups, BioTrove said. He formerly was at Apogent, Prime Computer, and at Congoleum Industries.

He also is director and chairman of the audit committee for Bottomline Technologies and is a director of the Senator George J. Mitchell Research Scholarship Institute.

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