Sherrie Perkins, Andrew Theurer, Edgar Braendle
Sherrie Perkins has accepted the postion of CEO of ARUP Laboratories, while Andrew Theurer has accepted the position of president at the lab. They replace Edgar Braendle who served in both positions during the past year. Braendle is leaving ARUP to pursue other opportunities and rejoin his family in New Jersey, ARUP said. Perkins was previously senior vice president of R&D at ARUP, as well as professor, vice chair, and division chief of clinical pathology. She is a tenured professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Theurer was senior VP and CFO at ARUP.