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Howard Moody

MDS Pharma Services has named Howard Moody vice president of information technology. Moody will be responsible for implementing IT applications “to improve processes, increase operational efficiencies, and fuel business growth,” MDS said. He will report to David Spaight, president of MDS Pharma Services, and Tom Gernon, chief information officer at MDS.

Before joining MDS, Moody was CIO at Medifacts International, a contract research organization in Rockville, Md. Prior to that, he held a variety of IT management roles at Churchill & Harriman, Covance, Quest Diagnostics, SmithKline Beecham (now GlaxoSmithKline), and Deluxe Data Systems.

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