Gerald Wolf, PhD, MD, joined Advanced Magnetics (Cambridge, Massachusetts) as the company's vice president of imaging. Wolf was most recently with Advanced Magnetics as medical director of Perceptive Informatics. He is also an emeritus professor of radiology at Harvard Medical School. Advanced Magnetics is developing its nano-particle technology for use in therapeutic iron compounds to treat anemia, as well as new imaging agents to aid in the diagnosis of cardiovascular disease and cancer.

Kenneth Ferry will join iCAD (Nashua, New Hampshire) on May 15 as president, CEO and a member of iCAD's board. The company's current CEO and president, W. Scott Parr, has been appointed non-executive vice chairman of the board of iCAD. Ferry was most recently senior vice president and general manager for the Global Patient Monitoring business for Philips Medical Systems. iCAD is a provider of computer-aided detection solutions that enable healthcare professionals to identify cancer and other life-threatening conditions earlier.

Daniel Valentino, PhD, has joined Radlink (Redondo Beach, California) as chief scientist and technology officer, a newly created position. Richard Gerlach, who co-founded the company and served as its chief scientist since 1999, will continue in his role as president. Valentino was most recently an associate professor and director of cerebrovascular hemodynamics research in the Division of Interventional Neuroradiology at University of California, Los Angeles. Radlink is a global radiography company that provides a range of medical film-to-digital image conversion, storage and delivery services to healthcare providers.

Gregory Fisher has been named vice president of sales with Stanbio Laboratory (Boerne, Texas). Previously, Fisher was with Fisher HealthCare, most recently as regional vice president of sales. Stanbio provides laboratories with clinical diagnostic reagents, clinical instruments and a variety of diagnostic products.