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Robert Rossi

Jan 19, 2017

True Health Diagnostics has appointed Robert Rossi as senior vice president and chief compliance officer. In this position, he will oversee True Health's rigorous compliance standards and ensure the company maintains its unblemished ethical and lawful operations. Rossi joins the company after serving as chief deputy attorneygGeneral of Pennsylvania, overseeing the state's Medicaid Fraud Unit. Previously, he has served as an adjunct faculty professor at Bay State College in Boston, served in various capacities for healthcare services companies, and supported the work of independent clinical and pathology laboratories.

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Viracor, Transplant Genomics: John Holman, Roz Mannon, Michael Abecassis, Fuad Shihab, Win Williams, Anil Chandraker, Allan Kirk, Jonathan Bromberg, Robert Fairchild, Matt Cooper

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NeoGenomics: Rachel Stahler

NeoGenomics announced Rachel Stahler would join the company's board of directors, effective immediately. She will serve on the board's audit committee. Stahler was recently named the chief information officer for Merck's intended women's health and biosimilars spinoff Organon & Co. Previously, she was the CIO at pharmaceuticals firm Allergan, Syneos Health, and Optimer Pharmaceuticals. 

Jun 02, 2020

Chembio Diagnostics: Chuck Caso

Chembio Diagnostics has appointed Chuck Caso as its vice president of sales and marketing for North America with responsibility for direct and channel sales efforts throughout the region.

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OraSure Technologies: Lelio Marmora

OraSure Technologies has appointed Lelio Marmora as a member of the company's board of directors, effective June 1. Marmora previously served as executive director of Unitaid and also held senior positions at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and, Malaria.

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Castle Biosciences: Federico Monzon

In a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Castle Biosciences said that Chief Medical Officer Federico Monzon notified the company on May 21 that he plans to resign, effective May 31. In November 2019, the firm had disclosed Monzon's intention to resign on or about April 1, 2020, but the move was subsequently delayed. 

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Gradientech: Gisela Sitbon, Rolf Ehrnström, Simon Turner

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May 28, 2020

First Light Diagnostics: Andrew Wilsack

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Myriad Genetics: John Henderson, Daniel Spiegelman

Myriad Genetics said that John Henderson will retire from its board of directors at its annual meeting in December. Henderson chaired the board from April 2005 through March 2020, at which point Louise Phanstiel was elected to serve as chair. The company has also elected to its board of directors Daniel Spiegelman, who was most recently executive VP and CFO of BioMarin Pharmaceuticals. After retiring from that role, Spiegelman has been serving on the board of Tizona Therapeutics, as well on the boards of several biotech firms.

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AXIM Biotechnologies: Sergei Svarovsky

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Progenity: Damon Silvestry

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Proteomedix: Maurizo Ballerini, Helene Peyro Saint-Paul

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Freenome: Bill Quirk, Gary Reedy

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Meridian Bioscience: Tony Serafini-Lamanna

Meridian Bioscience promoted Tony Serafini-Lamanna to executive VP of diagnostics, passing responsibility of the diagnostics division from CEO Jack Kenny and making Serafini-Lamanna an officer of the company. He was previously the global VP and general manager of diagnostics, a position he held since April 2018. The promotion became effective May 18. 

Before joining Meridian, Serafini-Lamanna worked at Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics as general manager for diagnostics Canada and VP of marketing for North America. 

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Sema4: Martin Chavez

Sema4 has appointed Martin Chavez to its board of directors. Chavez served in several senior roles at the investment bank Goldman Sachs, including chief information officer, CFO, and global cohead of the firm's securities division. He was also a member of the firm's management committee.

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