• AcuNetx (Torrance, California) reported the resignation of President/CEO Ronald Waldorf. His position will be filled on an interim basis by Chairman Robert Corrigan. AcuNetx makes diagnostic, analytical and therapeutic tools for audiologists, neurologists, otolaryngologists and physical therapists.

David Brazeal was named CFO of American Biosurgical (Norcross, Georgia). Prior to joining American Biosurgical, Brazeal was CFO of Dixie HomeCrafters. American Biosurgical is a custom medical cable company.

Christopher Eagle was named chief information officer of American Laser Centers (Farmington Hills, Michigan). Eagle most recently was director of eCommerce systems and retail systems at Borders Group. American Laser Centers is a hair removal, skin rejuvenation and cellulite reduction therapy company.

Christopher Mennone was named VP of international business for Artromick International (Columbus, Ohio). Previously, Mennone was VP of the Asia international business unit of Arrow International. Artromick International makes medication management and healthcare technology products for the long-term and acute-care markets.

Justin Barnes, VP of marketing and government affairs at Greenway Medical Technologies (Carrolton, Georgia), was elected chairman of the Electronic Health Record Vendors Association (EHRVA). Greenway Medical Technologies provides ambulatory healthcare business solutions. The EHRVA is a trade association of electronic health record companies that join together to lead the HIT industry in the adoption of EHRs in hospital and ambulatory care settings in the U.S.

• Illumina (San Diego) reported that Stephen Pentoney was named VP of array biochemistry. Previously, Pentoney held multiple positions at Beckman Coulter including his most recent role as director of technology management for the molecular diagnostics business center. Illumina makes life science tools and integrated systems for the analysis of genetic variation and biological function.

Val Bias was named CEO of the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF; New York). Bias previously was executive director of the Hemophilia Council of California. The National Hemophilia Foundation is dedicated to finding better treatments and cures for bleeding and clotting disorders and to preventing the complications of these disorders through education, advocacy and research.