People in the News: A New CEO at Aushon | GenomeWeb

Aushon BioSystems has appointed Martin Verhoef to be company CEO and to serve on its board of directors. Verhoef takes over the position from company founder Peter Honkanen, who will assume the post of chief operating officer and will continue as a board director.

Verhoef was previously CEO at MiraDx and PrimeraDx. Before that he led Ciphergen's Biosystems Division and held senior management jobs at Agilent in Germany and in the US.

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