G. Alexander (Zan) Fleming, MD, has been named chief medical officer of Boston Medical Technologies (Wakefield, Massachusetts), developers of the Anscore Health Management system. Fleming previously was senior vice president, global regulatory affairs, at Ingenix Pharmaceutical Services, and earlier was a supervisory medical officer at the FDA.

Grady Floyd has been named president and chief operating officer of CardioNow (Daly City, California). Floyd previously was president and COO of Cemax/Icon. CardioNow is a health care information technology company focused on cardiac imaging.

Marci Sindell has been promoted to senior vice president of business design for Haemonetics (Braintree, Massachusetts). Sindell has been coordinating implementation of the CORE (Customer Oriented Redesign for Excellence) program at Haemonetics, maker of automated blood processing systems.

Hub Langstaff, MD, has been named vice president of business development at Ischemia Technologies (Denver, Colorado). The company also named Judith Howard director of operations and Charlotte Waisman, PhD, director of human resources. Ischemia Technologies is developing the Albumin Cobalt Binding test, an in vitro diagnostic test for detection ischemia modified albumin.

Albert Luderer has been appointed president and CEO for Light Sciences (Issaquah, Washington). Previously, Luderer was president and chief operating officer at bioMerieux. Light Sciences develops minimally invasive photodynamic therapy systems for treating cancer and cardiovascular and infectious diseases.

Robert Andrews has been named vice president of engineering, a new position, at Magna-Lab (Syosset, New York). Previously, Andrews served as director of product development for PLC Medical Systems, and before that was disposables development manager at St. Jude Medical. Magna-Lab develops products designed to make MRI technology more effective for detection and diagnosis of coronary artery disease.

MedQuest Products (Salt Lake City, Utah) has named Timothy Walker director of marketing; Tim Krauskopf, director of regulatory affairs; Scott Miles, director of manufacturing; and Barbara Madsen, controller. Krauskopf most recently served as vice president of regulatory affairs for TCI. Miles has 17 years of experience in the design and manufacture of medical devices. Walker comes from Cordis Endovascular. Madsen was vice president of operations and general manager of Med-ecom. MedQuest is a developer of heart assist devices, including the HeartQuest left ventricular assist device.