Cambridge Biomedical Q3 2012 Newsletter: Now Available Online

December 7, 2012

Next article in the Cambridge Biomedical technical white paper program

Cambridge Biomedical releases the next article in its series of technical whitepapers "Comparing MSD Electrochemiluminescent Detection Technology to Traditional ELISA for Clinical Applications" by Dr. Sarah Bond.

Dr. Bond is a Senior Development Scientist in the Research and Development group at Cambridge Biomedical. Read the full article here.

Bob Evans -  New Senior Business Development and Marketing Director

Cambridge Biomedical would like to welcome Bob Evans as the new Senior Business Development and Marketing Director. Most recently Bob was employed at CosmosID Inc where he was responsible for business development of metagenomic next generation sequencing software solutions. Prior to CosmosID he was with SeraCare Life Sciences where he managed the world wide Theranostic sales teams servicing the IVD, Pharma, Biotech and Clinical Diagnostic markets with biologic products with particular emphasis on growing international business. He is a passionate believer in team work and using technology to drive the business forward.

Toy And Food Drive

Cambridge Biomedical's charitable committee has decided this year to team up with Harvard Real Estate in helping to provide the children and women of Rosie's Place with some much needed assistance. Cambridge Biomedical emplyees will be donating non perishable food and toys over the next few weeks in time for the holidays.

Cambridge Biomedical's COO John Reddington's presentation on Biomarkers & Companion Diagnostics

John Reddington, COO, Presents at GICRO Conference, Philadelphia, October 2012. Click here to see his presentation on "Biomarkers & Companion Diagnostics: When to hold them, When to outsource them."

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