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Scott Nicholson, Cory Dunn

Biocept has appointed Scott Nicholson as its Vice President of Sales in the US and Cory Dunn as its Vice President of Marketing. Nicholson has 24 years of experience in the medical laboratory industry with a focus in oncology for the physician and hospital markets. He has served as a sales manager, executive, district manager, and regional manager in prior positions. Most recently, Nicholson was vice president of sales at GenomeDx, where he led the commercialization effort for the firm's Decipher tests.

Dunn has over 15 years of commercial marketing experience, specializing in diagnostic testing services for oncology. She most recently served as VP of commercial marketing at GenomeDx, where she led the launch, commercial marketing, and product life cycle management of the Decipher suit of tests. Prior to GenomeDx, Dunn oversaw the marketing efforts for Plus Diagnostics' Gastroenterology, Dermatology and Hematology-Oncology product lines. She holds post graduate science and education degrees from the University of California, San Diego and Stanford University, respectively.

In connection with the hirings, Biocept said it granted each individual an inducement stock option award to purchase 24,200 shares of Biocept common stock, with an exercise price per share equal to the closing price of Biocept's common stock on October 31, 2018.

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