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People in the News: Hologic Promotions; New Hires at Insight Genetics

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Hologic President and CEO John Cumming disclosed during the company's third-quarter earnings call this week that the company has promoted Rohan Hastie to the position of group vice president, and David Harding to the position of group vice president, women's health.

Hastie has served in a number of senior-level roles at Hologic, most recently as general manager of diagnostics. Previously, he had senior roles in Hologic's molecular business and corporate development group. He joined Hologic from strategic advisory firm PA Consulting, Cumming said.

Harding previously served as leader of Hologic's international team, and has also managed the company's Interventional Breast Solutions business. Prior to this, Harding served as a principal at McKinsey.


Nashville, Tenn.-based molecular diagnostics firm Insight Genetics this week announced the hiring of three employees and the promotion of another, according to a report in The Nashville Post.

David Burg has joined the company as associate director of business development. Burg will lead sales and marketing for the company's Insight Molecular Labs. Prior to joining Insight, Burg was regional sales director for Response Genetics. He has also been a senior executive oncology account manager with GlaxoSmithKline.

Insight has also hired Dan Bailey as senior associate of new product planning, and Tyler Nielsen as a research associate; and has promoted Lindsay Chatfield to the role of research associate.

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