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Pharmagene Appoints Clark To Head Informatics Systems



OYSTON HERTS, UK--Dominic Clark, who once served as UK bioinformatics manager for Glaxo Wellcome’s global R&D information systems and was most recently global internet and intranet services manager at Glaxo, has taken the position of director, informatics at Pharmagene here.

Founded in 1996, Pharmagene develops preclinical uses of human tissue for drug discovery and licenses its proprietary Phase Zero preclinical testing service and database products. Customers include SmithKline Beecham, Kyowa Hakko Kogyo, and Bayer.

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