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CareDx: Titte Srinivas, Steven Stone, Dustin Leach, Martyn Edney, More

CareDx has appointed Titte Srinivas as vice president of digital development and clinical integration, Steven Stone as VP of KidneyCare, Dustin Leach as VP of customer experience, and Martyn Edney as senior VP and head of human resources.

Srinivas is a transplant nephrologist who joins CareDx from University Hospitals in Cleveland, where he served as the chief of the division of nephrology and hypertension and Peter B. DeOreo Chair in Nephrology and Dialysis. Stone joins CareDx from from Myriad Genetics, where he served as VP of cancer genomics and developed products for personalized medicine in oncology. Leach joins CareDx from Teva Pharmaceuticals, where he most recently served as senior director of patient services – program development. Edney joins CareDx from Iqvia, where he served as VP of HR for the US and Canada.

The company also announced that it has promoted Marica Grskovic to VP of cell transplant therapy, and Jere Ramsey-Lester to VP of HR.

Grskovic joined CareDx nine years ago and has played a role in overseeing the design and development of the company's transplant diagnostic tests. Ramsey-Lester has been with CareDx since 2019, and has served as interim head of HR for the past year. She has held leadership positions in human resources at TreeHouse Foods, ConAgra Foods, and Fiserv.

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