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Matt Ruby, Dino DiCamillo

Matt Ruby has joined Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment as vice president and legal and general counsel, the China-based semiconductor processing company said last week. He joins AMEC from Sanmina-SCI, where he served as corporate counsel. Prior to that, he spent seven years at Applied Biosystems, where he served as senior counsel and manager of the legal department international group, leading the company's overseas legal affairs. Ruby received his JD from Santa Clara University School of Law and a certificate in international and comparative law from Magdalen Collegeat the University of Oxford.

Dino DiCamillo has joined ART Advanced Research Technologies as vice president for global sales and marketing of preclinical imaging, the Montreal-based medical device company said last week. Prior to joining ART, DiCamillo was president of the proteomic technology division of AlfaWassermann. Previously, he was a senior field manager at Applied Biosystems. DiCamillo holds an EMBA from Temple University and a BS in biology from Lake Superior State University.
ART also appointed Mark Sutherland to its business advisory council. Sutherland is chief business officer at FlashPoint Technology and has held senior positions at GE Healthcare, Amersham Biosciences, Molecular Dynamics, and Applied Biosystems.

The Scan

Mosquitos Genetically Modified to Prevent Malaria Spread

A gene drive approach could be used to render mosquitos unable to spread malaria, researchers report in Science Advances.

Gut Microbiomes Allow Bears to Grow to Similar Sizes Despite Differing Diets

Researchers in Scientific Reports find that the makeup of brown bears' gut microbiomes allows them to reach similar sizes even when feasting on different foods.

Finding Safe Harbor in the Human Genome

In Genome Biology, researchers present a new approach to identify genomic safe harbors where transgenes can be expressed without affecting host cell function.

New Data Point to Nuanced Relationship Between Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder

Lund University researchers in JAMA Psychiatry uncover overlapping genetic liabilities for major depression and bipolar disorder.