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Joseph Donahue, Jim Neville, Srini Chari, Jeff Augen


Lion Bioscience has appointed Joseph Donahue president of its North American operations, Lion Bioscience Inc. Donahue most recently served as VP of global life sciences and chemicals markets at Spotfire. Prior to that, he was VP of North American sales at MDL Information Systems.


Thermo Electron has appointed Jim Neville as director of marketing and business development for informatics and services, a new position for the company. The informatics unit was doing business separately as Thermo LabSystems and Thermo Galactic until March 2003. Neville previously led the IT and software consulting firm Cambridge Venture Advisors, which he founded in 1997.


Srini Chari has been tapped for the position of VP, technical operations at TurboWorx. Chari joins TurboWorx from IBM, where his most recent position was program director, emerging businesses and corporate strategy. Prior to that, he was senior manager of architecture and strategy for the life sciences business unit at IBM. Chari will report to CEO Jeff Augen.

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