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Cyntellect Appoints Former Millipore and BD Biosciences Executives to Head Up its Product Marketing Efforts
Date:1/15/2009

New hires bring over 25 years of life sciences marketing experience to Cyntellect

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Cyntellect, a privately-held life sciences company leading the development and commercialization of live cell analysis and manipulation systems, announced today that it has appointed Dr. Stella Redpath as Director of Product Marketing for the company's Cell Health product line and Dr. Baggi Somasundaram as Product Marketing Manager for the company's cell purification product line.

"The extensive marketing and product management experience in the life sciences research market of Drs. Redpath and Somasundaram, particularly in the cellular bioassay and analysis markets, will accelerate the commercialization of Cyntellect's products for applications in biopharmaceutical cell line development, cell line development for drug discovery and research, and key applications utilizing stem cells and primary cells and for Cell Health applications," said David Burns, Cyntellect's VP Sales & Marketing and Chief Operating Officer. "We are very pleased to add the caliber and extensive experience of both Stella and Baggi to the Cyntellect commercial team."

Prior to joining Cyntellect, Dr. Redpath was a senior marketing manager at Millipore Corporation, where she led the predictive toxicology and high content analysis programs. She has also held business and sales positions at GE Healthcare, in the Advanced Systems Business Unit, and at Ciphergen Biosystems where she was Instrumentation Product Manager. Dr. Redpath was a Research Fellow in the Department of Immunology at the Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), and earned a Ph.D in Molecular Immunology in 1996 from the University of Cambridge, UK.

Prior to joining Cyntellect, Dr. Somasundaram was a Product Manager at BD Biosciences, where he managed the high content and confocal imaging platforms. He
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