LaserGen has named Mimi Healy CEO and to its board of directors. She is taking over from founder Michael Metzker, who developed and patented the company's proprietary Lightning Terminators. Healy will be responsible for transitioning the company from technology development to commercialization.

Previously, she served as CEO of Bacterial Barcodes, a spin-off of BCM Technologies. Healy holds a PhD in microbiology, an MS and BS in biology, and a BA in psychology of industry and organizations.

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