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Pavlidis to head Siemens’ ultrasound

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Siemens Medical Systems has named John Pavlidis, formerly vice president of the company’s U.S. MRI division, to the post of president of the company’s ultrasound division in Issaquah, WA. Pavlidis joined Siemens in 1990 as MRI product

Siemens Medical Systems has named John Pavlidis, formerly vice president of the company’s U.S. MRI division, to the post of president of the company’s ultrasound division in Issaquah, WA. Pavlidis joined Siemens in 1990 as MRI product specialist, and has served in its MRI unit in both Iselin, NJ, and Erlangen, Germany. He replaces Wolfgang Reim, who has left the company. The firm also named two other ultrasound executives to new posts: David Quist is now vice president of marketing and sales support, and John Benson is vice president of product creation.

Siemens has also appointed Joe Camaratta to the post of vice president for marketing, sales, and service. He replaces Alex Stein, who has left the position for another within Siemens. Camaratta’s duties will include strategic planning, program development, and marketing communications for Siemens’ Iselin-based divisions. He joined Siemens in 1984, and has previously served as vice president for international marketing in Siemens’ Medical Engineering Group’s MRI division in Erlangen, and as manager for the company’s MRI division.

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