Robert Ellis has joined Advanced BioPhotonics (Bohemia, New York) as senior vice president, business development. Ellis has held executive positions at GE Medical Systems and Sony Electronics. He also was administrative director for the Hitchcock Clinic at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and a faculty instructor in the Department of Com-munity and Family Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School. Advanced BioPhotonics develops imaging applications using advanced infrared technology for the observation and measurement of changes of photonic activity within tissue.

Tim Attebery has been named senior vice president for business development with Cardiovascular Services of America (Brentwood, Tennessee), effective Feb. 1. Attebery has served as CEO of South Carolina Heart Center since 1998. Cardiovascular Services of America develops and operates outpatient cath labs and CT angiography suites in partnership with cardiovascular physicians.

• Millipore (Billerica, Massachusetts), a provider of bioprocess and bioscience products and services, made two appointments to its senior management team. Bruce Bonnevier, PhD, was named corporate vice president of global human resources and Roland Heinrich, PhD, was named vice president of R&D for its Bioprocess Division. Bonnevier previously was vice president of human resources for Hillenbrand Industries. Heinrich most recently was vice president, strategic operations planning, biopharma and vaccines, at Wyeth Biopharma.

Ebrahim (Ebbie) Shafizadeh, PhD, a former post-doctoral fellow in molecular hematology at Harvard Medical School and Brigham & Women's Hospital, has joined Pall (East Hills, New York) as director of blood services for the Western Hemisphere. Shafizadeh will work at the Pall Life Sciences Blood Laboratory in Port Washington, New York. Pall is a global leader in the field of filtration, separations and purification.

• Per-Se Technologies (Alpharetta, Georgia) made changes to its executive leadership team following the closing of its acquisition of NDCHealth. Chris Perkins has been named to the newly created position of chief operating officer. Perkins has been Per-Se's executive vice president and CFO since February 2001. He will continue to act as CFO until a successor is named. G. Scott MacKenzie has been named president, Pharmacy Solutions. Previously, MacKenzie was executive vice president and general manager for the pharmacy operations of NDCHealth. Patrick Leonard has been named president, Physician Solutions. Previously, Leonard was president of specialty operations. David Mason has been named president, Hospital Solutions-Revenue Cycle Management. Previously, Mason was president of academic and multi-specialty operations for the hospital-based physician outsourcing business. Philip Jordan, formerly president of Per-Se's Hospital Services division, will serve in the newly created role of chief of product strategy. Steven Kilguss, previously vice president and general manager of NDCHealth's PPM operations, has been named senior vice president and general manager, PPM solutions.

John Bojanowski has joined Scandius BioMedical (Littleton, Massachusetts) as vice president of sales. He brings to Scandius more than 20 years of experience in the medical device industry, most recently at Smith & Nephew's Endoscopy Division, where he served as vice president of U.S. sales. Scandius BioMedical makes products for the orthopedic sports medicine market.