• Amerinet (St. Louis) reported the resignation of its CEO Victor Samolovitch, employed at Amerinet from its inception in 1986. Todd Ebert, company president, has assumed expanded responsibilities for overall leadership of the organization. Amerinet specializes in non-acute healthcare products.

Robert Stockard has been named CEO of Atlantis Components (Cambridge, Massachusetts). Stockard has served on the board since December 2004 and as chairman since mid-2006. Atlantis makes dental implant devices.

Ronit Lerner has been named CFO of Compugen (Tel Aviv, Israel). Additionally, Rachel Bart was named general counsel. Lerner formerly was the CFO at Shunra Software. Bart previously was assistant general counsel for Teva Pharmaceutical Industries. Compugen specializes in the discovery and licensing of product candidates to the drug and diagnostic industry.

• Enova Medical Technologies (St. Paul, Minnesota) reports new additions to its executive staff. The appointments are: Fariborz Boor Boor as CEO; Roger Heegaard as president/COO; Vicki Ziglinski as CFO; and Stephen Smith as general counsel and chairman of the board. Boor Boor previously was president/CEO of Visiled. Heegaard formerly was president/CEO of MedTreo. Ziglinski most recently was the senior director of finance at United Healthcare. Previously, Smith served as general counsel and VP of Advanced Respiratory. Enova manufactures medical devices.

Paul Garrett has been named marketing director of Exagen Diagnostics (Albuquerque, New Mexico). Garrett formerly worked at Esoterix. Exagen makes genomic marker-based in vitro diagnostic kits.

Elliott Holloway has been named marketing communications specialist for SunTech Medical (Research Triangle Park, North Carolina). Most recently, Elliott was a graphic designer and account executive for Evolve. SunTech makes non-invasive blood pressure monitoring products and technologies.

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