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Asymchem Laboratories Hires Three New Employees: Guojie Xu, Pingzhong Huang, and Xiaojun Huang
Date:4/23/2010

arters and Life Science Center in Tianjin, China.

Dr. Xiaojun Huang will be joining Asymchem on April 26, 2010.  Dr. Huang has previous experience at Roche, where he was a research scientist in Palo Alto, California, and Pfizer in La Jolla, California.  He has degrees in chemistry from Fudan University in Shanghai and the University of Edmonton and also held a postdoctoral appointment at Stanford University with Barry Trost. Dr. Huang will be based at Asymchem's Life Science Center in Tianjin, China.

Asymchem Laboratories is a leading research-based contract manufacturer specializing in the development and compliant manufacturing (Contract Research and Manufacturing Services) of API's and Drug Products serving the pharmaceutical industry. With a 15 yr track record, Asymchem is committed to the highest level of quality and excellence in the integrated CMC services arena.  For further information, please visit the Asymchem website at www.asymchem.com or contact Leigh-Anne Ronk at 919-468-3884.

               


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