People in the News: Gary Kruppa, Christoph Borchers, Paul Menter | GenomeWeb

Gary Kruppa has joined MRM Proteomics, a University of Victoria spinoff, as its president and CEO, Genome BC said this week. Kruppa formerly was VP of business development for Bruker Daltonics.

Genome BC also said Christoph Borchers, MMRP's chief scientific officer and director of the UVic-Genome BC Proteomics Centre, has been jointly appointed as the proteomics chair for the Jewish General Hospital at McGill University.

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