People and Business News — 2/21

February 15, 2021

All of the latest industry happenings, all in one place.

People news

Labcorp announced the appointment of Maryland Franklin, PhD, as Vice President and Enterprise Head of Cell & Gene Therapy for Covance by Labcorp.

Quanticate has named Lee Patterson as the company's Chief Operating Officer.

Medable Inc announced the hiring of Parag Vaish as Chief Product Officer.

Datacubed Health has named Kirk McPoyle as Chief Commercial Officer.

Worldwide Clinical Trials announced the appointment of Peter Lammers as Executive Vice

President, Global Marketing and Commercial Operations, as well as Brian Tuttle, CPA, MBA, joining as Chief Financial Officer. Additionally, Phillip Doyle will join the company as Global Head of Quality. 

Raremark has named Caroline O’Connor as its new Chief Commercial Officer and Dale Jessop as Chief Technical Officer.

Albany Molecular Research, Inc. announced the appointment of Scott Waldman as Senior Vice President, Corporate Development.

Business news

Calyx has announced that its medical imaging and other eClinical solutions have helped support half of the oncology treatments approved by the FDA.

Firma Clinical has joined the Decentralized Trials & Research Alliance.

CluePoints announced that its Risk-Based Quality Management platform has been supporting numerous pharmaceutical companies and CROs to interrogate data in their global COVID-19 vaccine and antiviral antibody trials.

Reify Health announced that StudyTeam is available to over 2,700 clinical research sites in 100 countries worldwide.

MMS Holdings has joined the Decentralized Trials & Research Alliance.

PHARMASEAL announced that its Engility Trial Management Platform has secured its first medical device customer.

IQVIA announced that 140 life science companies in nearly 90 countries have selected Orchestrated Customer Engagement as their customer engagement solution.

eClinical Solutions LLC announced a more than 40% annual license growth of its elluminate Clinical Data Platform in 2020.

Greater Gift has donated $2,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, which is committed to diversity in honor of participants in the COVID-19 Community Research Partnership Study.