Bibby Scientific Appoints New President
News Jul 23, 2012
Bibby Scientific has announced that Peter Lucas will take over as the new President of their US operations which includes all of North, Central, and South America.
Dr. Jim Hefferman, CEO of Bibby Scientific Worldwide, indicates that Peter Lucas' experience and proven management track record in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology market sectors will provide the leadership needed to accelerate the anticipated major expansion of the company's US based operation.
Peter's appointment coincides with major new product line advances with the Techne Prime Series Thermal Cyclers and the Jenway Genova Nano Three in One Microvolume Spectrophotometer.
Peter Lucas holds an MBA from DeSales University and brings over 14 years' of proven experience in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors.
Peter's most recent position was North American Director of Marketing - Laboratory Solutions at Sartorius where he also previously worked as a North American Director of Sales and marketing.
Prior to that Peter also led extremely productive teams as Regional/District Manager at Merck KGaA Millipore.
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