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GeneLink Biosciences Expands its Scientific Advisory Board to Support New Product Lines
Date:6/1/2011

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GeneLink Biosciences welcomed two new Scientific Advisory Board members: Maggie Palazzolo, MS, Clinical Validation Protocol Expert and currently Project Manager, Informatics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, and Stephanie May Heinrich, Genomicist. Ms. Heinrich, is currently a researcher with the Faculty of Medicine at the Institute for Human Genetics at Justus-Liebig University in Giessen, Germany, and is expected to join GeneLink's corporate team later this year.  The Company's esteemed Scientific Advisory Board consists of experts in the fields of genetics, genomic research, medicine, pediatrics, nutrition, public health, neuroscience, clinical laboratory medicine, nuclear medicine and imaging, and quality assurance. Dr. Thomas McKnight, author and Weight Management Specialist, also contributed to the meeting. The Company anticipates further expansion of its Scientific Advisory Board in the near future.  

A newly identified opportunity for GeneLink exists in obtaining public and private sector grants to further validate GeneLink's science-based approach to wellness through the application of genetics to consumer products. Linda Kirwin, Grant Writing Specialist, participated in the meeting and will support GeneLink's efforts in this area.

Dr. Robert Ricciardi, Chief Science Officer and Founder, shared his vision for the further advancement of GeneLink's DNA SNP-based technologies by expanding the range of current testing applications and protocols: "Our desire is for GeneLink Biosciences to be known as the global premier personalized wellness company."

About GeneLink Biosciences, Inc.:

GeneLink Biosciences is a 17-year old leading biosciences company specializing in consumer genomics. GeneLink's patented technologies include proprietary DNA test assessments linked to personalized health, beauty and wellness applications and products. Its DNA assessments provide
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