Donald Rutherford, the CFO of Grant Life Sciences (Los Angeles), will retire on March 31, the company reported. His replacement, effective April 1, will be Steven Passey. However, Rutherford will serve as a consultant to the company for the next two years. Passey, a CFO Partner with Tatum in its Salt Lake City office, is a senior financial executive. Grant Life Sciences engages in research, development, marketing, and sale of diagnostic kits for the screening, monitoring, and diagnosis of diseases with emphasis on women's health, infectious diseases, and cancers.

• MdBio (Frederick, Maryland), a division of the Tech Council of Maryland, reported that C. Robert Eaton, president of MdBio and MdBio Foundation has resigned to pursue opportunities in the private sector. Eaton will leave the position March 31 but continue as a consultant to ensure smooth transition. MdBio and MdBio Foundation said that a national search for a replacement will be conducted and that Julie Coons, CEO of the Tech Council, will be interim president until a replacement is named. MdBio Foundation is a non-profit organization advancing bioscience in Maryland. Its flagship education program is MdBioLab, a mobile bioscience laboratory that travels to high schools throughout the state, giving students and teachers an opportunity to experience working in a modern industry laboratory.

John Vincent has joined Pacer (Miami) as the COO. Previously, Vincent served as Pacer Health's chief nursing officer and director of hospital operations. Prior to joining Pacer, he served as the manager of the emergency department, operating room, medical surgical, and intensive care unit at Women and Children's Hospital in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Pacer Health is an owner-operator of acute care hospitals, medical treatment centers and psychiatric care facilities.

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