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Eugene Durenard, Ted Murphy

Co-Diagnostics have appointed Eugene Durenard and Ted Murphy to its board of directors, and will serve on the board's compensation and corporate governance/nomination committees and audit committees as independent directors. The two new members will be replacing Frank Kiesnar, who resigned as director of the firm, and Edward Borkowski, who retired as a director of the firm.

Durenard has been founder and CEO of Hyperbolic Holdings since 2018, co-founder and chief innovation officer of Healthcare Impact Holdings since May 2018, co-founder and trustee of Healthcare Impact Foundation since 2017, co-founder of Global Better Health since December 2018, as well as advisor and managing director of the Stetson Family Office since September 2016.

Murphy serves on the board of directors of three Canadian publicly reporting companies, as well as a senior partner in a private investment firm since 1999.

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Researchers in Clinical Chemistry found fragile X syndrome expansions and other FMR1 mutations with ties to the intellectual disability condition using a long-range PCR and long-read sequencing approach.

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