It’s been just over a month since Hunter lab, a former medical research and development lab at the University of Arizona, was bought by private equity firm Vectra Capital for $3.1 billion.
But now the company is looking to take the lab back to the laboratory that made it famous.
In a recent interview with ESPN, Hunter lab CEO and founder Michael Hunter said the lab has never been happier, even after the acquisition.
Hunter lab is set to be spun off from the university in a new company called Hunter Labs that will be run by its former chief executive, Michael S. Hartley.
The lab will have an “entirely new management team” that will include former Hunter Lab president and former CEO Dr. Kevin C. Hart, and Hartley’s daughter, Erin Hartley-Crawford.
Hunter Lab also plans to make a change at its top-tier medical facility, the University Medical Center, in Arizona.
Hunter Lab’s current director, Dr. Brian Burdette, will step down from the position, according to a statement from the lab.
Hartleys daughter, Caitlyn, will take over the position.
“Hunter Lab will be completely different, we are taking the Hunter Lab to the next level,” Hunter lab president and CEO Michael Hartley said in a statement to ESPN.
“I am excited about the changes to the Hunter lab and the new team of Hunter Lab people who will lead it.
The Hunter Lab will have a completely new leadership team and a completely different culture and approach to what we do.
This is going to be a different and much bigger space than we’ve ever been, and I am confident in the talent and dedication of our team and the direction we are going in.”
Hunter Lab was founded in 2001 and has developed medical technologies for decades, including stem cell therapy, immunotherapy, and brain cancer treatment.
The company also developed the first human brain scan, which was published in 2000.
“It was always an ambitious goal to get to a place where we could make a significant amount of progress on research,” Hunter Lab CEO Michael S.-Hartley said.
“And we’ve always been ambitious.
We have a long list of exciting projects that we have been working on and a long history of innovation in medicine.
It has taken a lot of sacrifice. “
But I also know that it has been a journey, a process, a struggle.
It has taken a lot of sacrifice.
We’ve been working tirelessly to make the lab a success.
And we’ve had some setbacks along the way, but we have kept moving forward.
And I know that we will continue to be driven by the vision of a world where we are able to make breakthroughs and discoveries that will improve lives.”