SAN CARLOS, Calif., July 11, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Protein Metrics Inc., a leading provider of mass spectrometry
"We're seeing huge demand and rapid adoption of our product suite and workflows in the biopharmaceutical industry," says Eric Carlson, Ph.D., President and CEO. "Jim brings a wealth of scientific and business development experience that will help us to respond quickly to customers in the United States."
Mr. Moore joins Protein Metrics from Protea Biosciences, where he was Associate Director of Laesi Business Development. In that role, he developed the company's mass spectrometry services portfolio with a special focus on protein characterization and quantitation. He has also worked in senior sales positions for Envigo and Huntingdon Life Sciences, and worked as a Study Coordinator and Technician for Charles River Laboratories. He received his B.S. from Centenary College.
About Protein Metrics Inc. Protein analysis should never be limited by software. With a clear focus on protein characterization, Protein Metrics' vendor-neutral software allows scientists to use data generated on analytical instruments like mass spectrometers to quickly identify and report protein sequences as well as any variations from the expected form. We innovate so that biopharmaceutical companies and university research labs can achieve confident results from their analysis and reporting. With our customers, we are boldly advancing protein characterization. Protein Metrics is headquartered in San Carlos, CA at the crossroads of computing and biotechnology in the San Francisco Bay Area. For more information, visit http://www.proteinmetrics.com.
Media Contact: Joann Calve, Protein Metrics Inc., 339-223-6402, calve(at)proteinmetrics(dot)com
SOURCE Protein Metrics
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