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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Molecular diagnostics and cytology test developer Veracyte said this week that it has named Shelly Guyer to be its chief financial officer.

Guyer formerly was CFO and executive VP of finance and administration at iRhythm Technologies, and she was VP of business development and investor relations at the biotech firm Nuvelo. She also spent 17 years at JP Morgan Securities and its predecessor companies, where she led financing for large- and small-cap life sciences firms.

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