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SeraCare Life Sciences Sharpens Focus on Diagnostics Industry
Date:1/4/2013

Milford, MA (PRWEB) January 03, 2013

SeraCare Life Sciences, a portfolio company of Linden Capital Partners serving the in vitro diagnostics and clinical laboratory markets, has reorganized into three market-based commercial business units: IVD Research, IVD Processing and Clinical Laboratory. The new structure is designed to deliver greater insight into customer needs while streamlining business processes. In addition, SeraCare now has a complete senior management team, welcoming five new key executives to lead the Company’s commercial business units as well as operations, research and development, and quality organizations.

“Our industry is entering a period of great change as new diagnostics technologies enable an unprecedented level of personalized medicine,” said Charles Mamrak, CEO of SeraCare. “Our customers need our help in turning these changes into business opportunities. Allowing our customer-facing personnel to focus on a single, key market will make it easier for them to anticipate and meet these customers’ needs.”

To lead SeraCare to the next phase of its growth and focus on precision medicine, SeraCare welcomes five key executives:

Russell Garlick, Ph.D. serves as Chief Scientific Officer, focusing on expansion of the Company’s R&D organization and product development pipeline. Dr. Garlick has worked on the development, regulatory approval and launch of a variety of technologies and assays, including an HIV AIDS patient management program, molecular genomics technologies and HIV drug discovery systems. Prior to joining SeraCare, he was co-founder of Life Sciences Group and also served as CEO and CTO of Protein Forest, Inc. Dr. Garlick also held executive R&D positions at PerkinElmer Life Sciences and DuPont NEN Life Sciences. Dr. Garlick has both a Ph.D. and M.S. in Biomedical Sciences, Medicinal Chemistry from the Barnett Institute at Northeastern University as well as a B.S. in Bio
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