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Chris Connelly, Brad Hunsley, Carissa Moore, Subodh Nimkar, John Scholl

Streck announced five new members of its leadership team: 

  • Chris Connelly, director of R&D for new product development/molecular. Connelly joined Streck in 2010 and was previously R&D scientific manager for the molecular division. 
  • Brad Hunsley, director of R&D for application development/existing products. Hunsley joined Streck in 1989, has held various leadership positions, and is currently a member of the company's scientific advisory committee.
  • Carissa Moore, director of R&D for new product development/stabilization and flow cytometry. Moore joined Streck in 2011 as an R&D scientist, and she served as R&D scientific manager from 2016 to 2017.
  • Subodh Nimkar, director of strategic marketing. Nimkar most recently served as a North America marketing programs manager at Agilent Technologies.
  • John Scholl, director of R&D for application development/private label products. Scholl joined Streck's R&D department in 1987 as a technician and was promoted to various supervisory positions in the department.
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