People in the News: Charlie Rodi, Steven Hyman | GenomeWeb

Molecular diagnostic company Trovagene has appointed Charlie Rodi to vice president and chief technology officer. Previous positions include director of the Monsanto Genome Sequencing Center and executive vice president of genomics at Sequenom. He has also held positions at G.D. Searle, where he helped use nucleic acid biomarkers in drug development, and at ICx BioSystems, where he helped establish the use of digital PCR in the detection of rare alleles in circulating nucleic acids.

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