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GARDEN GROVE, Calif., June 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- HYCOR® Biomedical, a leading manufacturer of in vitro diagnostic products for allergy and autoimmune testing, announced today the addition of key personnel to the company's management team.
HYCOR has strengthened its global team by adding several seasoned executives, including Eric Whitters, Ph. D. as Chief Operating Officer, Tommy Chiu as Vice President of Operations, Ulf Bladin, MBA as Vice President, General Manager for EMEA territory and Kim Walker, MS, FRAPS as Vice President of Regulatory, Quality, and Clinical Affairs.
"We're extremely pleased to add such highly talented and dedicated personnel to both our corporate management team in North America as well as group operations in Europe," said Richard Aderman, Chief Executive Officer at HYCOR. "These additions to our global leadership team bring a breadth of industry experience to help advance the company as we move toward regulatory approvals that will bring cutting edge technology to clinicians and laboratories worldwide."
The new HYCOR executives include:
About HYCOR Biomedical Founded in 1981, HYCOR is a global manufacturer and marketer of in vitro diagnostics products. Since its founding, HYCOR has expanded its presence into urinalysis, allergy and autoimmune products used in clinical laboratories, hospitals and doctors' offices worldwide. Among its products, HYCOR markets the HYTEC® and AUTOSTAT® brands. The company is focused on delivering products that provide the highest value to clinicians through innovation, reliability and customer service. For more information, please visit www.HYCORbiomedical.com.
IMMULITE® is a trademark of Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, Inc. PANTHER® is a trademark of HologicECi® is a trademark of Ortho Clinical Diagnostics
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