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People in the News: New Board Member, VP at Biomatrica


Biomatrica said this week that Nicolas Barthelemy has been added to the company's board of directors while Jeff Whitmore has joined the company as vice president of commercial development.

Barthelemy most recently served at Life Technologies, including as chief commercial officer (president, global commercial operations), president of the cell systems division, senior VP of the cell culture systems division, and senior VP of global operations. Prior to his time at Life Technologies, he held several senior management positions at Biogen Idec. He holds an MS in chemical engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, and an engineering degree from École Supérieure de Physiques et Chimie Industrielles in Paris.

Whitmore joins Biomatrica from Singulex, where he was vice president of life science sales. He also served as vice president of imaging sales at ProteinSimple; executive vice president of global sales at Alpha Innotech; and director of European life science sales at Molecular Devices.

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