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Christiane Honisch

Pathoquest announced today that it has appointed Christiane Honisch as an independent member of the firm's board of directors. With over 15 years of experience developing markers, assays, software, and technology for infectious disease detection, Honisch is currently head of global business intelligence and development at Eppendorf. Prior to Eppendorf, Honisch served as director of microbiology markets at Illumina. Before working at Illumina, Honisch served as director of infectious disease research at Roche Molecular Diagnostics.

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