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Good Start Genetics Announces $14M Series B Financing, Expands Senior Management Team
Date:4/2/2012

nostics industries. Prior to joining Good Start Genetics, Ms. Franchi held a variety of senior business positions at Genzyme Corporation, including Senior Vice President of Corporate Finance and brings highly relevant experience to support commercial operations and business development activities.
  • Vice President of Human Resources — Paul Ethridge is an accomplished business leader with broad strategic and operational HR experience including domestic and international operations at the local, regional, and global level, including over 20 years of executive HR leadership experience with GlaxoSmithKline, most recently as Global Vice President of Human Resources for its Consumer Healthcare Supply division. He has had particular success in developing and implementing strategies to develop organizational culture and will be instrumental to support our commercial organization.
  • Vice President of Customer Care and Reimbursement — Laura Sullivan has more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry providing senior operational and reimbursement leadership. Prior to joining Good Start Genetics, Sullivan served as Vice President of Reimbursement and Contracting of Genzyme Genetics for 11 years and is experienced in securing reimbursement and working closely with customers and payors in the Genetic testing industry.
  • PROMOTIONS
    In addition to Good Start Genetics' new hires, the company is pleased to announce promotions for the following team members in the areas of research, technology and operations:

    • Vice President of Research and Technology — Gregory Porreca, Ph.D. is a founder of Good Start Genetics and joined the company in 2009.  He is an expert developer of genome analysis technology and has served as a Lecturer on Genetics at Harvard Medical School as well as the Personal Genome Project Director of Technology. During that time, he co
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