Personalis has hired Michael Fitzpatrick to serve as its vice president of worldwide sales.

In this position, Fitzpatrick will oversee the day-to-day management of Personalis' worldwide sales, including field sales and support.

Prior to joining the company, he spent 20 years at Applied Biosciences where he held various positions of increasing authority including vice president of North American sales and field operations, vice president of sales of the molecular biology division, and vice president of global key accounts.

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