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KineMatik VP of Implementation and Services named

KineMatik has appointed Dr Aaron Norman as vice president of implementation and services. Dr Norman will report directly to Thomas Cassidy, CEO of KineMatik. Dr Norman has been with KineMatik since early 2005, leading the implementation teams at major customers in private industry and government. Dr Norman has more than eight years' experience in project management for life sciences and technology companies. He has managed project teams on national and international projects in Europe and the United States. In addition, Dr Norman spent more than six years in research laboratories in Europe focused on experimental data collection and analysis. He earned his PhD in Chemistry from the University College Cork in Cork, Ireland.

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