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Clarient Names Michele Hibbard, Ph.D. Director of Genetics
Date:10/29/2007

ALISO VIEJO, Calif., Oct. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Clarient, Inc. (Nasdaq: CLRT), a premier technology and services resource for pathologists, oncologists and the pharmaceutical industry, today announced that Michele Hibbard, Ph.D., a veteran clinical molecular biologist and cytogeneticist, has been named to the newly created position of Director of Genetics, effective immediately. She reports directly to Ken Bloom, M.D., FCAP, Chief Medical Officer and Medical Director.

Hibbard, 41, a resident of Irvine, CA, joins Clarient after spending six years as Director of Genetics at Irvine-based U.S. Labs, where she helped launch and direct the operations of the genetics program. She was responsible for the technical operations, including policy review, new procedure validation and case review/sign out, of the cytogenetic, FISH and molecular genetic laboratories.

"Michele's expertise in laboratory science, systems and quality operations complements our management team and enhances the needs of the laboratory, which have evolved over the past three years as our laboratory operations have grown," said Clarient President and CEO Ron Andrews. "Having an experienced individual like Michele to manage Clarient's expanding molecular lab services is essential to continue our growth velocity. Michele has an excellent track record, which includes starting up new labs to overseeing a laboratory's entire operations and is an excellent addition to an outstanding leadership team. As molecular genetics assumes a leading role in the theranosis of cancer, Michele's experience will be a perfect fit for us as we build out our novel marker capabilities in this exciting area. We look forward to the value that she will bring to Clar
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