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Advanced Cell Diagnostics Appoints Evangeline Gonzalez as Chief Commercial Officer
Date:1/25/2013

HAYWARD, Calif., Jan. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Cell Diagnostics, Inc., a world leader in the field of in situ nucleic acid detection for life science research and clinical diagnostics, today announced the appointment of Evangeline Gonzalez to its executive leadership team as Chief Commercial Officer. In this role, Mrs. Gonzalez will lead the company's global commercialization efforts.  Mrs. Gonzalez will report directly to Advanced Cell Diagnostics CEO, Yuling Luo , Ph.D.

"It was the breakthrough technology and the multi-talented team that attracted me to Advanced Cell Diagnostics. I'm so excited to join the team to help grow the company to the next level," Mrs. Gonzalez said.

Mrs. Gonzalez has more than 17 years of commercialization experience in the biotechnology industry.  She joins Advanced Cell Diagnostics from Life Technologies (formerly Applied Biosystems and Invitrogen), a 3.7 billion dollar company, where she was most recently Chief Marketing Officer of the Life Sciences Division. In this role, she was responsible for facilitating growth, marketing and global market development strategy.  Previously she was Vice President of Market Development and Product Management for several businesses within Life Technologies including Protein Analysis, Sequencing and Molecular Biology Systems. In these roles, she was responsible for driving revenue growth for both existing products and commercializing new breakthrough technologies globally.

"Advanced Cell Diagnostics has achieved several important milestones over the last 3 months including closing a $12 million financing round, successfully introducing our automated RNAscope solution and expanding our commercial team," said Dr. Luo. "Evangeline's  proven track record of commercializing new technologies and her leadership skills are exactly what we need at this phase of our compa
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