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June 15, 1998 | BARBARA MARSH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A tiny Ohio biotech company has reorganized itself and shifted its focus to Orange County under new management. Synthetic Blood International Inc., a publicly traded developer of synthetic blood and other items, recently hired Robert Nicora, a Santa Ana resident, as its new president and chief operating officer. Nicora, 58, most recently worked for Quintiles, a North Carolina research firm, as a consultant to start-up biomedical companies. Synthetic Blood was among his clients at Quintiles.
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June 15, 1998 | BARBARA MARSH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A tiny Ohio biotech company has reorganized itself and shifted its focus to Orange County under new management. Synthetic Blood International Inc., a publicly traded developer of synthetic blood and other items, recently hired Robert Nicora, a Santa Ana resident, as its new president and chief operating officer. Nicora, 58, most recently worked for Quintiles, a North Carolina research firm, as a consultant to start-up biomedical companies. Synthetic Blood was among his clients at Quintiles.
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December 5, 2000 | Marc Ballon
Synthetic Blood International Inc., a tiny biotech research and development company, said Monday that it plans to move its headquarters to Costa Mesa by early next year from Kettering, Ohio. The company's president, Robert Nicora, is an Orange County resident. He opened offices in the county shortly after he was hired in 1998.
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