Sorin Marcovici has been named corporate senior technical vice president of Analogic (Peabody, Massachusetts), a newly created position. Marcovici, who has been with Analogic since 1976, recently served as president of Anrad, an Analogic subsidiary that has pioneered the development of flat-panel detectors for direct digital radiography. Analogic is a manufacturer of advanced health and security systems and subsystems sold primarily to OEMs.

Colleen Stern was named director of corporate accounts for HemoSense (San Jose, California). Previously, Stern was vice president, member relations for the Health Industry Distributors Association. HemoSense makes hand-held blood coagulation systems for monitoring patients taking warfarin.

John Mullen has been named vice president, U.S. sales for Smith & Nephew Endoscopy (Andover, Massachusetts). Mullen has been with Smith & Nephew since 1992, most recently serving as vice president, spine. Smith & Nephew is a global medical technology business specializing in endoscopy, orthopedic reconstruction, orthopedic trauma and advanced wound management products.

Michael Shoup has joined SurModics (Eden Prairie, Minnesota) as vice president of quality, regulatory and clinical affairs. Shoup most recently served as director of quality and design assurance for St. Jude Medical's Cardiac Surgery Division. SurModics is a provider of surface modification technologies in the areas of biocompatibility, site-specific drug delivery, biological cell encapsulation and medical diagnostics.

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