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Quantum-Si: Katherine Atkinson, Alex Hutcheson, Christine Nishiyama, John Vieceli

Quantum-Si has made several new appointments to its leadership team, naming Katherine Atkinson as senior VP of demand generation and corporate brand, Alex Hutcheson as senior VP of sales and service, Christine Nishiyama as VP of supply chain and reagent manufacturing, and John Vieceli as VP of algorithms and data science.

Atkinson was previously chief commercial officer at Evofem Biosciences and before that held leadership positions at Truvian, Epic Sciences, Edico Genome, and Illumina.

Hutcheson was previously VP of sales, North America, at Inscripta and before that held roles at Pacific Biosciences, Genetix, Biacore, and Beckman Coulter.

Nishiyama was previously VP of operations at Oxford Nanoimaging and has also held positions at Berkeley Lights, Andor Technology, Hamamatsu Photonics, and Raytheon.

Vieceli was previously senior principal bioinformatics scientist at Illumina and has also held leadership positions at Omniome and Pacific Biosciences.

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