Fiona Ginty is a Principal Scientist in the Life Sciences and Molecular Diagnostics Organization at GE Global Research (GRC). She joined GRC in 2005 and has contributed to and led research in biomarker applications and diagnostic technology development in metabolic disease, neurology and oncology domains. She has led a multidisciplinary team that developed a novel method for measuring multiple protein biomarkers in intact FFPE tissue, including downstream research and clinical applications. The platform was commercially launched as MultiOmyx™ in 2013 by Clarient GEHC. Prior to joining GE she was a Senior Research Scientist with the Bone Biology group at the Human Nutrition Research Laboratory, Medical Research Council in Cambridge, UK. Prior to that, she conducted postdoctoral research in the Minerals Research Group at Nestlé Research Center, Lausanne, Switzerland.
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