California Healthcare Institute names new board members

Carl Hull

Terry Hermiston, Ph.D., vice president of the U.S. Biologics Research unit within Bayer HealthCare’s worldwide pharmaceutical research organization, and Naomi Kelman, president of LifeScan North America, have been elected to the La Jolla-based California Healthcare Institute board of directors. The board also elected Carl Hull, president and chief executive officer of Gen-Probe Inc., to be its chairman for 2011-2012.

CHI is a nonprofit public policy research organization, representing leading California academic institutions, biotechnology, medical device, diagnostics and pharmaceutical firms.

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