Richard Popp joins Advanced Technology Ventures of Palo Alto, Calif., in the position of technology partner. Popp will retain his appointment as a professor of medicine in the division of cardiovascular disease at the Stanford University School of Medicine as well as the position of director of ethics and policy for the Stanford Program in Biodesign. He is also principal medical consultant for both Agilent Labs and HP Labs.

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