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IntraMed Diagnostics Announces Two Senior-Level Additions
Date:5/15/2013

ging our innovative testing devices to market. His design and manufacturing skills will help to ensure robust test performance in the field, while maintaining designs that can be manufactured on efficient, fully-automated lines,” says Steve Tyrrell, EDI and IntraMed vice president of research and development. “Having been a part of the team since the inception of the technologies, Dean’s experience will be important as we develop and introduce additional applications to market.”

Kingston is a graduate of Colorado State University, where he earned a degree in mechanical engineering with an emphasis in product design and manufacturing.

Vant-Hull directing integration of software with onsite testing platforms

Dr. Vant-Hull is the former director of research and development at Eveia Medical. During his tenure he was responsible for developing hardware and software to support a new in vitro diagnostics platform for clinical laboratories. Additionally, he has an extensive background in software development, including laboratory automation, high-throughput screening robotic workstations, and development of a tiered Java-based framework for integrating third-party and in-house devices for automating laboratory protocols.

“Dr. Vant-Hull brings the valuable combination of strong software development skills and a sound understanding of science and mathematics. These skills will enable us to develop innovative software applications that are easy to use, while applying advanced algorithms that enhance the performance of associated testing devices,” says Tyrrell. “We look forward to benefitting from Dr. Vant-Hull’s extensive background in biochemistry, engineering, and software development as we further develop our onsite diagnostic technologies.”

During his postdoctoral research at the University of Colorado, Dr. Vant-Hull assisted in biochemical engineering and molecular biology while studying high-density hybridoma cultures in bioreac
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