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Quanterix Corporation Announces the Addition of Dr. Robert Corn to its Scientific Advisory Board
Date:11/11/2008

Leader in single molecule detection to expand prominent Scientific Advisory

Board

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Quanterix Corporation, the leader in single molecule detection, announced today that Robert Corn, Ph.D. has joined its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). Dr. Corn is a Professor in the Departments of Chemistry and Biomedical Engineering at the University of California, Irvine. Dr. Corn's primary research areas include the development of new methods for detecting binding of biomolecules to surfaces and chemical modification strategies to control specific and non-specific adsorption of biopolymers to a variety of surfaces.

Dr. David Walt, Scientific Founder of Quanterix and Chair of the SAB, stated, "Dr. Corn is a leader in the field of surface chemistry; his research interests and experience are directly applicable to our Single Molecule Array (SiMoA(TM)) technology. We are eager to draw upon his extensive knowledge and insight as we develop assays and instrumentation that enable unparalleled increases in analytical sensitivity for the detection of proteins implicated in a variety of diseases."

Dr. Corn added, "The novel technology platform being developed by Quanterix will provide medical researchers with a unique tool that allows low abundance biomarkers to be detected in complex biological samples. I am excited to join such a world class Advisory Board and look forward to working with the other members to further advance this promising technology."

Dr. Corn joins SAB members David Walt, Ph.D., Robinson Professor of Chemistry and Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor, Tufts University (Chairman of the SAB), Larry J. Kricka, D. Phil., Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and Director of the General Chemistry Laboratory at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, J. Michael Ramsey, Ph.D., Minnie N. Goldby Distinguished Profess
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