Malcolm Maltby, Philip Onigman, Cynthia Helphingstine, Patrick Carroll, Stelios Papadopoulos | GenomeWeb

Malcolm Maltby has become customer support manager for Farfield Sensors. He joins Farfield from Anachem, where he was responsible for maintenance and service of laboratory equipment. Also, Philip Onigman has joined SciPartners, Farfield Sensors’ US distributor, to help generate instrument sales in the US. He joins the company from Genzyme Transgenics, where he was director of marketing. Farfield, based in Salford, UK, sells instruments for the analysis of proteins and other molecules based on dual polarization interferometry.

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