D. Joseph Gersuk has been appointed senior VP/CFO of AngioDynamics (Queensbury, New York), effective April 16. Previously Gersuk was CFO of various emerging technology companies, including MapInfo, DataEase Sapphire International, and Staveley NDT Technologies. He succeeds Joseph Gerardi who has been a member of the AngioDynamics team since 1992 and will continue as a member of the company's management team, assuming the new role of VP of special projects. AngioDynamics provides devices used by interventional radiologists, surgeons, and other physicians for the minimally invasive treatment of cancer and peripheral vascular disease.

Mark Carberry has been appointed COO/chief information officer of Community MTM Services (CMTM; Alexandria, Virginia). Previously, Carberry was business information officer at Time Warner's AOL unit; CIO at Pearson pIc's Penguin Group; and senior information technology leader at Time Warner Corporate, Knight Ridder, Orion Pictures and Citibank. CMTM develops solutions intended to facilitate pharmacist-based medication management and patient care.

• LCA-Vision (Cincinnati), a provider of laser vision correction services under the LasikPlus brand, reported that Craig Joffe has resigned from its board. In addition, Joffe has resigned as COO and general counsel, effective March 30. Joffe had been with the company since March 2003.

Donna O'Neill-Mulvihill has been appointed VP of finance at Northfield Laboratories (Evanston, Illinois). Previously O'Neill-Mulvihill was responsible for financial reporting, capital budgeting, forecasting and taxation for a number of firms in the housing industry. She replaces John Hinds. Northfield develops an oxygen-carrying red blood cell substitute for the treatment of blood loss when on oxygen-carrying fluid is required and red blood cells are not available.

RehabCare Group (St. Louis) reported that David Groce, senior VP, general counsel and corporate secretary, will resign from the company, effective June 1, to pursue personal investment and new business opportunities, and the company is searching for a successor. RehabCare provides physical rehabilitation services in conjunction with nearly 1,400 hospitals and skilled nursing facilities in 43 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

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