Ruedi Aebersold, J. Scott Tarrant, Martin Madaus, Francis Lunger, Nancy Gillet, Michael Ankcorn, Glenn Kerkhof, Alistair McEwan, Paul Oskar, Christopher Perkin | GenomeWeb

Insilicos, a Seattle, Wash.-based biomedical software firm, announced this week that Ruedi Aebersold has joined its scientific advisory board. Aebersold is currently a professor of systems biology at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich.

Xceleron announced this week the appointment of J. Scott Tarrant as vice president of business development for North America. In his new position, Tarrant will be responsible for the commercialization of Xceleron’s accelerator mass spectrometry technology.

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