People in the News: Etienne Formstecher, Russell Golson, Lukas Reiter | GenomeWeb

Hybrigenics this week announced that it has appointed Etienne Formstecher CEO of its Hybrigenics Services subsidiary.

Formstecher was previously deputy general manager in charge of marketing, sales, and scientific projects at Hybrigenics Services. He originally joined the company in 2002.

Biognosys said this week that it has named Russell Golson as director of sales and Lukas Reiter as head of research and development.

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