ARUP Labs: Sherrie Perkins, Andy Theurer, Tracy George
Sherrie Perkins is retiring as CEO of ARUP Laboratories, effective June 30. Andy Theurer, ARUP's president, has been appointed by the board to replace Perkins. Tracy George will become ARUP's president and remain as its CMO, the Salt Lake City-based company said.
Perkins is a hematopathologist and joined ARUP in 1990 as a fellow, becoming its CEO in 2017. Theurer has been at ARUP for more than 30 years and was its senior vice president and CFO before becoming its president in 2017. He has been on ARUP's executive committee and a board member for more than 20 years, ARUP said. George is a hematopathologist and has been ARUP's CMO since last September. She joined the firm in 2018 as executive director of clinical trials and pharmaDx. Prior to joining ARUP, she was chief of hematopathology at TriCore Reference Laboratories. She was also vice chairwoman of clinical affairs at the University of New Mexico department of pathology.