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Andy Page

Aug 23, 2017

Former 23andMe President Andy Page has joined consumer digital heath firm Livongo Health as its president and CFO. Page joined 23andMe in 2012 and became its president the following year. He left the company late last year. Prior to 23andMe, Page held several executive positions at other consumer technology companies, including president of Gilt Groupe, and CFO at PlayPhone and StubHub. 

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Jan 27, 2021

Adaptive Biotechnologies: Mark Adams and Nancy Hill

Adaptive Biotechnologies has appointed Mark Adams as chief operating officer effective Jan. 25, 2021. Adams, 53, joined Adaptive in April 2020 as chief technical officer.  

Adams holds a PhD in cell biology from Baylor College of Medicine and completed his postdoc in computational biology at Boston University.

On Jan. 21, 2021, Adaptive and Executive VP of Operations and Program Management Nancy Hill agreed that her tenure will be terminated, effective March 2, 2021. Hill's termination is not the result of any material disagreement with the company regarding its operations, policies, or practices, Adaptive said in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

Jan 26, 2021

AMP COVID Response Steering Committee: Frederick Nolte, Karen Kaul, and More

The Association for Molecular Pathology announced the creation of the AMP COVID Response Steering Committee to coordinate the organization's efforts during the pandemic. Eight people were named to the committee, including Frederick Nolte, the chair of the committee and the former chair of the AMP Infectious Diseases Subdivision, who is the professor and vice-chair for laboratory medicine at Medical University of South Carolina, and Karen Kaul, a former AMP president and a clinical professor of pathology at University of Chicago's Pritzker School of Medicine.

Other appointees are Eric Konnick, the co-chair of the AMP Professional Relations Committee and assistant professor and associate director of the Genetics and Solid Tumor Laboratory at University of Washington; Jordan Laser, the other co-chair of the AMP Professional Relations Committee and an associate professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at Hofstra; Timothy O'Leary, a former AMP president and the former chief research and development officer at the Department of Veterans Affairs; Antonia Sepulveda, AMP president and professor and chair of the George Washington School of Medicine's department of pathology; Karen Weck, the immediate past president of AMP and a professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill; and Donna Wolk, the chair of AMP's Infectious Diseases Subdivision and division director of molecular and microbial diagnostics and development for the Diagnostic Medicine Institute at Geisinger.


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OncoDNA: Bernard Courtieu, Jean-Pol Detiffe, Eduardo Bravo

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Jan 21, 2021

QuantuMDx: Diran Guiliguian

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Circulogene: Stephen Unger

Circulogene has appointed Stephen Unger as its CFO. Unger most recently served as a managing director of equity research at Needham & Company. He has also served as CFO of Quotient, which completed a successful initial public offering in 2014. 

Jan 19, 2021

HTG Molecular Diagnostics: Timothy Johnson, Ann Hanham

HTG Molecular Diagnostics has announced that Timothy Johnson has resigned as executive chairman and as a member of HTG's board of directors. Ann Hanham will remain as the firm's led independent director. 

Jan 19, 2021

Foundation Medicine: Cindy Perettie

Foundation Medicine, a Roche subsidiary, announced Cindy Perettie would be transitioning to Roche Diagnostics to lead the molecular lab solutions business, effective April 6. Perettie has been the CEO of Foundation Medicine since 2019 and previously served as senior VP with product strategy responsibility for the global oncology portfolio at Roche and Genentech. She also led global portfolio management for IVAX Pharmaceuticals and was the president of global development innovations at the Sarah Cannon Research Insitute in Nashville. In addition, she was previously the director of global program management at Élan Corporation in the United Kingdom. 

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Jan 19, 2021

LabCorp: Deborah Ann Sesok-Pizzini

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Broad Institute: Eric Lander, Todd Golub

Eric Lander, founding director of the Broad Institute of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard, has been named White House science advisor to President-elect Joseph Biden. He will specifically be nominated as director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy and serve as Presidential Science Advisor. The President-elect is designating the Presidential Science Advisor as a member of the Cabinet for the first time in history. Lander was a principal leader of the Human Genome Project, and during the Obama Administration he served as external co-chair of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.

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