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Paired Ends: Maneesh Jain, Martin Coyne II, Glenn Muir

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Maneesh Jain joined startup Butterfly Network earlier this year as president and COO. Butterfly Network plans to integrate novel devices with the cloud and learning applications for diagnostic and therapeutic imaging applications.

Previously, Jain was vice president of marketing and business development at Ion Torrent. In addition, he cofounded ParAllele BioScience, which merged with Affymetrix in 2005; as well as Auriphex, which merged with Illumina in 2009.


RainDance Technologies had appointed Martin Coyne II and Glenn Muir to its board of directors.

Coyne retired from Eastman Kodak in July 2003. He had served there as president of health imaging, president of the commercial business group, and most recently as executive VP of Eastman Kodak and group executive of the photography group. He is chairman of the board of RockTech, a privately held SaaS business, and sits on the board of Akamai.

Muir most recently served as CFO of Hologic, a position he held from 1992 to May 2014. He also was on Hologic's board of directors. Muir also is the audit committee chair at ReWalk Robotics.

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