TORONTO--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--SQI Diagnostics’ Inc. (TSX-V: SQD) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Morris, President and CEO of SQI Diagnostics to the Board of Directors.
“We are pleased to have Mr. Morris as a member of the Board of Directors. His insight, experience and leadership will assist the Board in guiding the emerging success of SQI.”
Andrew Morris has been with SQI for over nine years and acted as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer prior to being promoted to President and CEO in June, 2013. Mr. Morris’s in-depth knowledge of the operations and his track record in the day-to-day management of SQI Diagnostics’ business functions will be valuable assets to the Board.
Mr. Morris replaces Dr. Peter Lea who has resigned from the Board, effective immediately. Dr. Lea will continue as an active, non-voting senior advisor to the Board. Dr. Lea founded SQI Diagnostics in 1999 and invented and patented the core technology underpinning SQI’s multiplexing microarray technology and is actively involved day to day in the role of Founder.
“The Board would like to thank Dr. Lea for his years of service to the Board and value his ongoing contributions to the leadership of SQI,” said Claude Ricks, chairman of SQI’s Board of Directors. “We are pleased to have Mr. Morris as a member of the Board of Directors. His insight, experience and leadership will assist the Board in guiding the emerging success of SQI."
About SQI Diagnostics
SQI Diagnostics is a life sciences and diagnostics company serving the reference lab testing and pharmaceutical development markets. The Company’s proprietary multiplexed tests and fully automated systems decrease costs, simplify workflows, increase throughput and decrease time to results for labs conducting antibody and biomarker testing.
For more information about SQI Diagnostics’ please visit www.sqidiagnostics.com.
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