• Dan Maye has been named vice president, donor services, and Robert Brook has become vice president, operations of AlloSource (Centennial, Colorado). Both men held previous positions at AlloSource before taking over their new posts. They join the AlloSource executive leadership team, driving growth and strategy for the organization. AlloSource provides bone and soft tissue allografts, as well as allograft skin for burn applications.

• Prakash Rao, PhD, has been named vice president and chief science officer for GW Medical Technologies (Phoenix). Rao has more than 18 years of experience in the educational, clinical research, and laboratory services fields at major medical and academic institutions throughout the U.S. At the University of Pittsburgh, Rao served as assistant professor and director of the Transplant Research Laboratory. GW Medical is an in vitro diagnostic company focused on the early detection of Alzheimer's disease.

• Mike Connolly has been named president/CEO of Mirabilis Medica (Seattle). Connolly succeeds Mirabilis founding CEO Michael Lau, MD, who will continue as the company's chief medical officer and chairman. Previously, Connolly was a principal with venture capital firm vSpring Capital. Mirabilis develops noninvasive solutions for conditions that traditionally require invasive surgery.

• Ian Felix has been named vice president of operations for NeoGuide Systems (Los Gatos, California) Felix will be responsible for helping the company ramp up operations for the commercial launch of its NeoGuide Endoscopy System. Most recently, he was vice president of operations at Velocity 11. NeoGuide develops the NeoGuide Endoscopy System, a computer-assisted colonoscopy system designed to enhance physician control of the colonoscope and to eliminate looping, the principle limitation of the conventional colonoscopy procedure.

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