Data Sciences International Appoints First Female CEO

Photo from video by Data Sciences International The 32 year-old private company promoted Kristen Knox, its chief operating officer. by Sam Schaust July 5, 2016 Kristen Knox officially assumed the role of president and CEO at Data Sciences International last Friday. Knox is the first woman to be appointed to the New Brighton-based company’s top leadership role. DSI, which formed in 1984, has become a world leader in its creation of software and wireless implantable devices that are used to monitor vital signs in lab animals. The data its instruments collect is critical to the development of pharmaceuticals, while also proving useful in the medical device, biotechnology and chemical defense industries. “As a company committed to improving the lives of millions through technologies that support the process of developing new therapies, I’m humbled…


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