Bill Dagar was named president of the South Central Region for Cogdell Spencer's (Charlotte, North Carolina) wholly owned subsidiary, Erdman (Dallas). Dagar previously was alliance director with CB Richard Ellis–Healthcare Services. Cogdell Spencer is a real estate investment trust that invests in specialty office buildings for the medical profession, including medical offices and ambulatory surgery and diagnostic centers.

• Evogen (Kansas City) reported the appointment of two senior executives to its management group to lead the business efforts for the newly launched EvoCycler HD12 molecular diagnostics platform. Kevin McCormack was named VP of sales and marketing. McCormack has held positions from sales manager to CEO of companies including Amersham, Imaging Research, Guava Technologies, MDS Sciex and Chip-Man Technologies. Joanne Stephenson was named VP of corporate business development and clinical diagnostics. Previously, Stephenson was VP of business development, sales and marketing at Response Biomedical. Evogen is a molecular detection and diagnostics company.

Joseph Capper was named president/CEO and director of Home Diagnostics (Fort Lauderdale, Florida). Capper was most recently president/CEO of CCS Medical. Home Diagnostics makes diabetes management solutions.

• Medicsight (New York) reported the following restructuring of its management team, effective March 19. David Sumner, currently CEO, becomes executive chairman; Allan Rowley, currently CFO, becomes CEO; and Tim Paterson-Brown becomes a non-executive director. Rowley has been CFO since 2006. Medicsight specializes in computer-aided detection and image analysis software for medical imaging.

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