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Biomatrica Makes Several Key Appointments as Part of Continued Growth Plan
Date:9/8/2009

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Biomatrica, Inc., the leader in room temperature sample storage and stabilization, today announced several key appointments that will expand the breadth of leadership and commercial experience of its management team. This will position the company for continued rapid growth in the development and commercialization of products for the life sciences, sustainability, biobanking and forensics markets.

Martin Latterich, Ph.D., has joined the company in the role of senior director of research and development, Marylinn Munson has been appointed as vice president of business development for Biomatrica and Omoshile Clement, Ph.D., joined the company as the new marketing manager. Additionally, Francois Ferre, Ph.D. and John Thompson have been named to the company's board of directors.

"The hiring of Martin, Marylinn and Omoshile represents a critical, planned extension of our management team and provides an important foundation to our growth and progression strategy for 2009 and beyond," said Judy Muller-Cohn, CEO and co-founder of Biomatrica. "We are also pleased that Francois and John have joined the Biomatrica board of directors. Their leadership experience will be integral in the company's continued success."

About the new appointees:

Martin Latterich, Ph.D.

Dr. Latterich brings over 15 years of technical and leadership experience to Biomatrica, including expertise in growth technologies, such as proteomics, genomics, systems biology, diagnostics, personalized medicine, cell biology, protein biochemistry, and clinical sampling technologies. Dr. Latterich's previous experience includes associate professor and Tier I Canada Research Chair, McGill University and principal investigator, Montreal Proteomics Network and Pharmacogenomics Center at the University of Montreal; director, Proteomics, Illumina, Inc.; p
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