Proteomics International Laboratories (ASX:PIQ) has announced the expansion of its executive team with the appointments of Vik Malik as its new chief commercialisation officer (CCO) and Jacqueline Gray as its new chief financial officer (CFO).
The company said the appointments will support it to navigate a "transformative period".
Mr Malik most recently served as CEO and board director for surgical software startup ClaraSim Systems and has previously held senior leadership positions with IQVIA (IMS Health + Quintiles), BioFuse Medical, Deloitte Consulting - Healthcare & Life Sciences and Ascension Orthopedics.
Jacqueline Gray is a finance professional with experience across global brands including in the technology, healthcare and media sectors. Ms Gray will have responsibility for Proteomics International's finance, accounting and financial strategy development. She joins the company from digital marketing and e-commerce agency RooLife Group, having previously held senior leadership positions at Velpic, City Farmers, Morrison, Sungrid and the West Australian Community Foundation.
Managing director Dr Richard Lipscombe said, “With the assistance of renowned global recruitment companies, we conducted an exhaustive search for the ideal executives to bring in for our next stage of growth. Vik and Jacqueline have a wealth of expertise in their respective specialities and have extensive experience in fast-growing companies similar to Proteomics International. We are delighted to appoint them to these new positions. Their knowledge and experience will further bolster our executive team and will help drive our Company's growth globally.”