Wolters Kluwer Health
, a global provider of information, business intelligence, and point-of-care solutions for the health-care industry, appointed
president and chief executive officer of its medical-research business, effective Jan. 1. Wolfe was CEO of Wolters Kluwer U.K.
AmerisourceBergen Corp., a Valley Forge wholesale-drug supplier, hired Lawrence C. Marsh as chief strategy officer and senior vice president, new market development. Marsh had been managing director, equity research, at Barclays, where he covered the health-care distribution and technology industries.
Connexion Healthcare, a Newtown scientific-communications company, hired Marie DiFiore as senior director of strategy and client services, responsible for the rare-diseases and neuroscience business units. DiFiore had been director of critical-care marketing, new products, for CSL Behring.
Campus Apartments, a Philadelphia provider of student housing, hired Casey Van Zandt as vice president of management services. She had been vice president of business development at Campus Advantage.
Merleen Harris-Williams has been promoted to senior medical officer of medical affairs at Health Partners, Philadelphia, from medical director of quality management.
Continental Bank, Plymouth Meeting, hired Pamela Arms as vice president, commercial real estate lending. She had been associate dean of finance and administration for the School of Dental Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
Jim Paradis has been named president of Paoli Hospital, part of Main Line Health. He replaces Barbara Tachovsky, who has retired. Paradis had been vice president of administration at Paoli Hospital.
TD Bank has hired Jeffrey S. DeLay as vice president, specialty health care senior loan officer in health-care finance, in Philadelphia. He had been senior credit officer in health care and public finance at PNC Bank in Philadelphia.
Susquehanna Bank, King of Prussia, hired Ian Matlack as commercial-relationship manager in the commercial real estate department. He had been a commercial real estate lender at National Penn Bank.
American College, a Bryn Mawr educator of financial-services professionals, has hired Sophia Duffy as assistant professor of employee benefits. She had been a senior auditor with Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
PwC, Philadelphia, has promoted Michael Swanick to global pharmaceutical and life-sciences industry leader. He had been the firm's U.S. pharmaceutical and life-sciences leader and global tax leader for the practice.
Frankel & Kershenbaum has named lawyer Leah Snyder Batchis of counsel to the firm. Batchis had practiced law in the litigation and health law departments of Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis L.L.P.
ReSearch Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. a Fort Washington clinical-research organization that provides Phase 1-4 clinical-development services to the biopharmaceutical and medical-device industries, hired Jonathan M. Fishbein as executive vice president and chief medical officer. He had been a vice president at ICON Clinical Research.
Cadient Group, a King of Prussia provider of digital marketing services and software for the health-care industry, hired Chris Mycek as chief customer officer. He had been executive vice president at Influence Interactive, Philadelphia.
Sun Bancorp Inc., Vineland, said its wholly owned banking subsidiary, Sun National Bank, has named Thomas R. Brugger executive vice president and chief financial officer. Brugger is expected to be appointed as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Sun Bancorp Inc. following regulatory approval. He had been executive vice president and CFO of Customers Bancorp Inc., Wyomissing.
Moore College of Art & Design named Roy A. Wilbur director of marketing and communications. He had been senior marketing specialist for the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage.