Peter Schulz-Knappe, Robert Petcavich, Robert Bondaryk, Nick Roelofs, David Simmons | GenomeWeb
Proteome Sciences has hired Peter Schulz-Knappe as R&D director and CSO. Schulz-Knappe will join the firm on Aug. 1 and will split his responsibilities between the company’s headquarters in Cobham, UK, and its laboratories in Frankfurt and London.
 
Schulz-Knappe was CSO and founder of biomarker-discovery firm BioVision prior to its acquisition by Digilab in February. Prior to that, he led the Lower Saxony Institute of Peptide Chemistry.

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