John Lewis has become vice president of worldwide sales for Eklin Medical Systems, the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based digital radiography company said this week. He has held senior sales positions at Beckman Instruments, Molecular Dynamics, Alara and Celera Genomics. Lewis holds a BS from the University of Florida in zoology.
Kirk Malloy has been promoted to vice president of customer solutions at Illumina, the company said last week. He joined the company in 2002 as senior director of customer solutions. Previously, he held positions at Biosite and Qiagen. Malloy received PhD and MS degrees in marine biology and biochemistry from the University of Delaware and a BS in biology from the University of Miami.
The Ontario Genomics Institute has named five new directors to its board: John Molloy, president and chief executive officer of Parteq Innovations; Mark Poznansky, president and scientific director of the Robarts Research Institute; Cheryl Reicin, practice leader of the technology and life sciences group at Torys; Niclas Stiernholm, chief executive officer of Trillium Therapeutics; and Brian Underdown, managing director of technology investing at MDS Capital.
Molloy holds an MBA from Queen's University, Poznansky received a PhD in physiology from McGill University, Reicin has a JD from Harvard Law School and a BA from Columbia University, Stiernholm holds a PhD in immunology from the University of Toronto, and Underdown has a PhD in immunology from Washington University in St. Louis.