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Breck Parker recently joined EnviroLogix as vice president of molecular diagnostic product development.

Parker joined EnviroLogix from GE Healthcare, where he was strategic development leader of the life sciences consumables division. Prior to that, he was development manager for Whatman, where he established a molecular biology and forensics DNA technology group and led the development of the EasiCollect buccal sample collection device widely used by federal and state crime labs.

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