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October 14, 2003

New Positions

Hopkins names Lacey chief security officer

The Johns Hopkins University has appointed Darren Lacey to serve as chief security officer/information security policy coordinator for its university and the health system.

He will supervise confidential medical, student and employee files, and will have responsibility for the safe and secure handling of paper and electronic data at the Homewood campus, East Baltimore medical campus, Bayview Medical Center, Howard County General Hospital and other Johns Hopkins facilities.

The Baltimore resident joined Hopkins in 2000 and is a law graduate of Harvard University.

Fila promotes Brewer to performance VP

Fila has named Chris Brewer vice president of performance footwear for the Sparks-based international sportswear company. In his new role he will oversee design and development of all performance footwear product categories and create global product ranges within each category.

A graduate of the University of Georgia, he was formerly with Mizuno USA as a director of footwear marketing.

Health Care

EntreMed names Klein research vice president

EntreMed Inc. has appointed Udo Klein vice president of research and development for the Rockville-based biopharmaceutical company.

A biochemist with 23 years in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, he will be responsible for the strategic and operational development of the firm's small molecule drug pipeline.

BioReliance promotes three to senior posts

BioReliance Corp. named John L. Coker senior vice president, finance and administration, chief financial officer, secretary and treasurer; Raymond F. Cosgrove senior vice president, Europe and international; and Allan J. Darling senior vice president, U.S. Biologics.

Coker joined the Rockville company in 2000 as vice president, finance and administration, chief financial officer and treasurer. He was formerly with Osiris Therapeutics Inc. A certified public accountant, he earned a master's in business from the University of Michigan.

Cosgrove has managed the company's European operations for more than 10 years, most recently as vice president, European testing and development. Formerly with Shandon Scientific Ltd., he received his doctorate from London University.

Darling, who received his doctorate from the University of Edinburgh, joined the company in 1995 from Q-One Biotech Ltd., where he was director of viral validation and protein chemistry.

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