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Genesis Biosciences Announces New Hire and Promotions on Operational and Scientific Staff
Date:9/21/2011

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. and CARDIFF, Wales, Sept. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Genesis Biosciences, a global leader in custom fermentation, microbial product formulation and antimicrobial product development, announced today that Casey Smallwood has been promoted to vice president of operations. Additionally, Mauricio Amaya and Amit Choksi have been promoted to laboratory manager and fermentation manager, respectively, and Prasanth Maddipati joins Genesis as a new fermentation scientist. These team members will be located in Genesis' newly renovated U.S. fermentation and manufacturing facility in Lawrenceville, GA.

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"Casey, Mauricio, Amit and Prasanth bring valuable experience and knowledge to the Genesis operational and technical teams, and we will look to them as we continue to develop high-quality, environmentally preferred chemical, fermentation and microbial-based solutions for our customers," stated Conrad Mielcuszny, president and chief executive officer of Genesis Biosciences.

Casey Smallwood, Vice President of Operations

Casey Smallwood brings to Genesis more than 20 years of chemical development and production management  experience in the household and institutional as well as janitorial and sanitation arenas. In his role as vice president of operations, Smallwood will oversee all manufacturing and production, customer service, telesales and equipment engineering/maintenance at Genesis. Smallwood joined Genesis Biosciences (formerly Genesis Technologies) in 2000, and he has held the positions of operations manager, production manager and customer service manager. Prior to joining Genesis, Smallwood served as operations manager at Harvard Chemical Research, a chemical manufacturer of institutional and household compounds specializing in carpet care and the primary chemical manufacturer f
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