Kaitlyn Begins promoted to Research Project Manager

May 3, 2016

  Kaitlyn Begins was promoted to Research Project Manager effective May 1, 2016.  Kaitlyn joined Green Mountain Antibodies as an intern following graduation from St. Michael’s College and became a full time lab technician in the fall of 2011.  In addition to her responsibilities overseeing our variable region sequencing and human antibody construction and expression […]

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ASH 2015

December 17, 2015

Green Mountain Antibodies attended the annual American Society of Hematology (ASH) conference in Orlando, Florida, from December 5th-8th.  We enjoyed catching up with our colleagues and collaborators, hearing about developments in coagulation science, and now look forward to developing some new antibodies to meet the needs of the changing field.  

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Attending the American Society of Hematology (ASH)

November 9, 2015

Green Mountain Antibodies will be attending the  American Society of Hematology (ASH) meeting in Orlando, December 5-8, 2015. If you would like to arrange a meeting with us while at ASH, contact or call 1-802-865-6230. 

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Welcome Joseph P. Gardner

September 17, 2015

Joe Gardner has joined Green Mountain Antibodies as Sales Manager of Antibody Services. Joe is a graduate of Wesleyan University and began his career as a research scientist at Yale developing monoclonal antibodies to markers of acute and chronic forms of myelogenous leukemia. At Pfizer he established the Molecular Interactions Group (MIG) within the Immunology/Oncology […]

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An Anti-Staphylocoagulase Monoclonal Antibody.

September 8, 2015

On June 24th Green Mountain Antibodies presented this abstract of an anti-Staphylococcus antibody at the 25th International Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis meeting, in Toronto Canada. Click the video below to play the presentation. Background: Prothrombin and fibrinogen play important roles in pathogenesis of certain bacterial infections. Controlling host coagulation might represent a new strategy […]

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Welcome Adam Layhee

November 3, 2014

Adam was born and raised on the West side of Lake Champlain in Beekmantown, New York. He received a B.S. in both Biochemistry and Biology from SUNY Plattsburgh. Adam brings experience in multiplexed immunoassay development and protein expression/purification. He is looking forward to working with the incredible resources and team here at GMA in helping […]

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Happy Halloween!

October 31, 2014

Several employees showed up to work dressed up for the holiday and were joined by the visiting Fisher Scientific representatives. From left to right: Rebecca Brooks, Krystle Piette, Don Malenfant and Chris Lenox from Fisher Scientific, Elice Brooks

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Our New Team Members

September 25, 2014

  Amy Griffiths Amy was born and raised in Danielson, Connecticut. She received her B. A. in Chemistry from Skidmore College and M.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from The Pennsylvania State University. Her most recent research was on Factor VIII structure-function with Dr. Phil Fay. She is excited to be joining the team here […]

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In Remembrance of Dr. Phillip J. Fay

July 23, 2014

We at Green Mountain Antibodies were saddened to learn of the death of Dr. Phil Fay our friend and colleague. Phil died at age 61 on June 25, 2014 at home surrounded by his wife of almost 38 years and daughters. We will remember him for his warmth, humor, and leadership in factor VIII biochemistry. […]

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2014 Summer Interns

July 3, 2014

From left to right: Corynne Dedeo Corynne is originally from Beverly, Massachusetts. She graduated from Saint Michael’s College with a double major in chemistry and biology. This fall she will be starting her PhD in biochemistry, structural biology, and biophysics at the University of Connecticut. Corynne is currently performing general laboratory tasks and working on […]

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