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GenWay Biotech Appoints New Vice President Custom Laboratory Services
Date:5/8/2013

SAN DIEGO, May 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- GenWay Biotech today announced the appointment of Michael Dale as the Company's new Vice President of Custom Laboratory Services. In this role, Mr. Dale will be responsible for providing leadership for GenWay Biotech Custom Services operations and business development initiatives.

"As a key member of the GenWay Biotech senior management team, Mr. Dale brings a wealth of experience and talent to his new role," commented Thomas Silberg , President and CEO of GenWay Biotech. "We look forward to Mr. Dale's leadership and insights to further improve our processes and programs as we endeavor to always provide the utmost quality for our customers."

Mr. Dale brings over thirty years of experience in the biotech industry with a reputation as a resourceful, hands-on leader with proven ability to identify and realize potential in markets, organizations, and people. His experience and knowledge working with limited resources and managing lean operations has enabled the success of several biotech and biomedical start-ups and small to mid-size organizations. Mr. Dale has held executive positions at organizations such as HTI Bio-Products, HTI Bio-Services, Vet-Stem, and Strategic BioSolutions. He holds a Bachelor degree in Business Administration from the Christian Heritage College.

"I am excited to leverage my previous years of experience in custom antibody and contract laboratory at Genway Biotech," stated Michael Dale . "For over 25 years, Genway Biotech has gained an outstanding reputation for providing quality products and services to thousands of diagnostic, pharmaceutical and academia customers. I am privileged to be part of this experienced team, and have the opportunity to help further develop the capabilities, processes and rising stature of the Company.

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