AIT Bioscience Adds to Leadership Team

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AIT Bioscience LLC has hired four members to its leadership team, including two vice presidents, a senior director of quality assurance and a director of commercial operations.

Former Director of Quality Assurance Robyn Durr-Henry (pictured) has been promoted to senior director of quality assurance. She has more than 19 years of experience in quality assurance and a Master’s degree in regulatory affairs from Northeastern University. Durr-Henry has been a registered quality assurance professional since 2004.

Mark Cameron (pictured) has been named vice president of scientific services and ligand binding assays. He has more than 25 years of experience in his field. Cameron will take on current responsibilities and expand services in protein bioanalysis. His work has been referenced in more than 1,000 publications. Cameron graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s degree in biology and received a Masters in Biology from Eastern Michigan University.

Jeff Goddard has been appointed vice president of business development. He has more than 20 years of experience in marketing, business development and operations. For the past 18 years, Goddard has worked in the life sciences industry. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in engineering from Notre Dame and an MBA from George Washington University.

Ray Fitzpatrick has been named director of commercial operations. He has spent more than 25 years working for companies like Roche Diagnostics and Covance. Fitzpatrick is expected to bring perspective on cross-functional collaborations to the company. He graduated from Villanova University in Pennsylvania with a degree in finance and from University of New Haven with an MBA.

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