Navigation Links
Ventria Expands Team and Hires Kansan as Director of Bioprocessing Operations
Date:1/9/2008

JUNCTION CITY, Kan., Jan. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Ventria Bioscience announced today that Angus Connell would be joining the company as Director of Bioprocessing Operations for the company's Junction City facility.

Connell, a Kansas native, has extensive experience in operations, engineering design and process development leadership with Koch Industries and Coffeyville Resources. At Koch Industries, he held positions including Manager of Process Engineering and Director of Engineering and Research. He was most recently the Operations Manager for Coffeyville Resources. Angus received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Tulsa.

"Angus brings a wealth of process engineering, operations management, and plant expansion capabilities to our team in Junction City," said Greg Unruh, Vice President and General Manager, Ventria Bioscience. "His experience is vital as we continue with the expansion of our facility. We are continually searching for talented employees with engineering, biology and agronomy experience to fill open positions in our Kansas operations. Many of the candidates we have hired in the last year have been trained by Kansas State University, University of Kansas, McPherson College and other Kansas-based educational institutions. Many are Kansas natives, like Angus, who are looking for the opportunity to become part of the bioscience industry in their home state of Kansas," he said.

"I am quite happy for the opportunity to remain in Kansas, at the same time I get to work in a cutting edge industry where I can continue to learn. My other opportunities would have required me to leave Kansas in order to advance my career," said Connell.

About Ventria

A recent child health study showed that Ventria's Lactiva and Lysomin helped reduce the duration of diarrhea in children by 30 percent when added to rehydration solutions. Childhood diarrhea is the second leading killer of children, claimin
'/>"/>

SOURCE Ventria Bioscience
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. Science Teachers Tour Ventrias Bioprocessing Facility
2. Symmetry Medical Expands Board of Directors
3. UC Berkeley Expands Molecular Toxicology Curriculum to Include GeneGos Platform
4. Observant LLC Expands Senior Management Team
5. Pearl Therapeutics, Inc. Expands Its Senior Management Team With Top Talent in Clinical Development and Regulatory Affairs
6. HealthTrust Expands Contract With Instrumentation Laboratory for Critical Care Portfolio to Include Consorta
7. CSL Behring Expands Into Middle East Market with Haemate(R) P
8. Shire Expands its Gastrointestinal Portfolio Through In-Licensing Celiac Disease Phase 2 Product From Alba Therapeutics Corporation
9. Lucid Expands Support Internationally: Dr. Colin Stahel appointed Director for Asia Pacific Region
10. Siemens Expands the SOMATOM Definition(TM) Line With Worlds First Adaptive CT Scanner
11. VIA Pharmaceuticals Expands Clinical Advisory Board With Leading Experts in Cardiovascular Disease
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:8/28/2014)... Willow Grove, PA (PRWEB) August 28, 2014 ... talent, and create a culture that will allow individuals ... that are becoming increasingly important for employers looking to ... life science industries are embracing this trend, as the ... the fabric of a company, which will have real ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... Aug. 28, 2014   SunTrust Robinson Humphrey ... veterans to its equity research team in biotechnology ... expansion in equity research demonstrates our commitment to ... to enhance their investment decision making," said ... "We continue to make significant investments in differentiated ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... 2014  Armetheon, Inc. ( www.armetheon.com ), a ... late-stage cardiovascular drug candidates, today announced that it ... of financing. The Series A round was co-led ... participation from investors that included Atheneos Capital and ... Larry Hsu , the founder of Impax Laboratories. ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... Scientists, researchers, and technologists will converge in ... 2014 symposium. Marking its 46th year, the annual ... 14-17 September. The event is sponsored by SPIE, ... The premier conference for basic and applied issues which ... will engage researchers and engineers from numerous industries and ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Klein Hersh International Leads Philadelphia Area Life Science Industry in Company Culture 2Klein Hersh International Leads Philadelphia Area Life Science Industry in Company Culture 3SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Expands Equity Research in Healthcare and Energy 2SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Expands Equity Research in Healthcare and Energy 3Armetheon Completes $7.0 Million Series A Financing 2Armetheon Completes $7.0 Million Series A Financing 3Laser Damage to Draw Researchers, Engineers, Scientists to 46th Annual Conference 2Laser Damage to Draw Researchers, Engineers, Scientists to 46th Annual Conference 3
... ADVENTRX Pharmaceuticals,Inc. (Amex: ANX ) announced ... clinical study of ANX-530 (vinorelbine,emulsion) will be published ... Clinical Oncology (ASCO) in connection with ASCO,s 2008 ... 3, 2008 in Chicago, IL. The abstract,entitled "Tolerability ...
... SEATTLE, March 10 Cell Therapeutics, Inc.,(CTI) (Nasdaq: ... Annual WBBA,Invest Northwest Conference on Tuesday, March 18th at ... Conference Center., The presentation will also be webcast ... The webcast can be accessed at, http://www.cticseattle.com ., ...
... manufacturing may hold the key to production of ... molecules like viruses or cancer markers, according to ... "Diagnostic chips can be made more useful by ... numbers of nanowires pretreated off chip," says Rustom ...
Cached Biology Technology:Complete ANX-530 Safety Data to be Published in the 2008 Proceedings of the American Society of Clinical Oncology 2Complete ANX-530 Safety Data to be Published in the 2008 Proceedings of the American Society of Clinical Oncology 3Assembly technique for tiny wires may eventually help detect cancer and other diseases 2Assembly technique for tiny wires may eventually help detect cancer and other diseases 3
(Date:8/28/2014)... Scientists have identified the developmental on-off switch for ... more than two-thirds of the world,s naturally derived antibiotic ... see whether it is possible to manipulate this switch ... The study, appearing August 28 in Cell , ... called cyclic-di-GMP and a larger protein called BldD ultimately ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... FASEB MARC (Maximizing Access to Research Careers) Program ... American College of Sports Medicine,s Conference on Integrative ... Miami, Florida. These awards are meant to ... scientists from underrepresented groups into the mainstream of ... participation of young scientists at the American College ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... the most commonly diagnosed learning disability in the ... occurs when the regions of the brain that ... use of non-invasive functional neuroimaging tools has helped ... However, most prior work has focused on only ... gap in our understanding of how multiple brain ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Small molecule acts as on-off switch for nature's antibiotic factory 2Small molecule acts as on-off switch for nature's antibiotic factory 3Dyslexic readers have disrupted network connections in the brain 2
... of kinesiology researchers led by Richard Van Emmerik at ... $975,000 grant through the Navy Health Research Center in ... 100-lb. equipment load carried by soldiers, which can be ... of injury and ability to carry out missions. ...
... to the antidepressant Zoloft in yeast cells that could ... about how antidepressants work, as well as support the ... neurotransmitter serotonin. In findings published in the journal ... of Ethan Perlstein, an associate research scholar in Princeton,s ...
... 24, 2012 Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute ... on the market to treat neuropathic pain and epilepsy, ... addiction treatments, gabapentin targets stress systems in the brain ... a 12-week trial of 50 treatment-seeking cannabis users, those ...
Cached Biology News:Kinesiology team gets $975,000 Defense grant to study effects of heavy loads on soldiers 2Yeast cell reaction to Zoloft suggests alternative cause, drug target for depression 2Yeast cell reaction to Zoloft suggests alternative cause, drug target for depression 3Yeast cell reaction to Zoloft suggests alternative cause, drug target for depression 4Scripps research scientists find anticonvulsant drug helps marijuana smokers kick the habit 2Scripps research scientists find anticonvulsant drug helps marijuana smokers kick the habit 3
Co-precipitant is free of background polynucleotides,Dnases,Rnases, proteases. 20mg/ml...
RAB32, member RAS oncogene family, mRNA (cDNA clone MGC:13500 IMAGE:4280407), complete cds...
APOPTAG® Plastic Coverslips are designed to be custom fitted to the specific APOPTAG® kit application. Each coverslip has 2.5 x 1 dimensions....
Recombinant Mouse TGF-beta RII/(human) Fc Chimera, CF...
Biology Products: