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Sergey Ilyin, Kevin Keenan

Sergey Ilyin, previously bioinformatics group leader at Johnson & Johnson, has left J&J to serve as chief scientific officer of Serigene, a developer of a PCR-based diagnostic testing platform.
Ilyin holds a BS/MS in biology from St. Petersburg State University and a PhD in molecular biology from the University of Delaware.

Kinematik has promoted Kevin Keenan to vice president of software development. Keenan was one of the original founders of KineMatik in 1999. Since that time he has served as chief architect for the company’s flagship eNovator product suite.

Prior to founding KineMatik, Keenan helped develop knowledge management solutions at a number of firms, including Ericsson, St. Georges Bank, and various departments of the Irish government.

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