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PerkinElmer announced Richard Eglen has been hired as vice president and general manager of discovery and research reagents for the company’s Life & Analytical unit. Eglen started at his new position on July 10.
 
He was previously the CSO and executive vice president at DiscoveRx. Prior to that, he held executive positions within the pharmaceutical, diagnostic, and biotech industries.

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