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CiToxLAB appointed Alan Bartlett

He becomes senior director of global laboratory operations

CiTox LAB Alan BartlettNon-clinical contract research organisation CiToxLAB has appointed Alan Bartlett as senior director of global laboratory operations.

Based out of the firm's Laval site in North America, Bartlett will oversee the development of operational performance across all its facilities worldwide as well as managing CiToxLAB's bioanalysis, analytical chemistry and immunology laboratories.

He joins form CTBR/Charles River Laboratories in Montreal, Canada, where he has spent the last 18 years, most recently serving as executive director of laboratory sciences for its four sites in North America.

Prior to this, Bartlett managed the analytical chemistry services of UK-based CRO SafePharm Laboratories for 12 years.

Jean-François Le Bigot, president and chief executive officer of the CiToxLAB group, said: “I am very pleased that Alan Bartlett has joined CiToxLAB to take up this strategic position.

“With his experience and ability in leading structural development strategy projects, Alan's presence in the top management team will help CiToxLAB reinforce its commitments and corporate values: close collaboration with clients and excellent operational services.”

19th September 2016

From: Research

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