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ATL adds to LIMS team

Accelerate Technology Laboratories (ATL) has added Dr Thomas Klinckman to its expanding LIMS implementation team. Dr Klinckman comes to ATL with more than 15 years of experience in laboratory operations and laboratory automation. Previously, he served as the laboratory manager at Energy Northwest in Richland, WA. He has also held several positions as an environmental scientist. Dr Klinckman received a BS in chemistry from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN and a PhD in computational chemistry from The University of Memphis, TN. In addition, Dr Klinckman has authored dozens of publications in peer-reviewed journals.

Dr Klinckman will use his extensive experience in laboratory operations and automation in assisting ATL's clients with their LIMS implementations. His work as an implementation engineer will focus on assisting in the installation and configuration of Sample Master Pro LIMS.

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