September 4, 2012
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Dr. Amanda Beach, a pediatrician, has joined St. Vincent Medical Group in Carmel. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Dayton in Ohio and her medical degree from the Loyola Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago. She completed her pediatric residency at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health.

The School of Science at IUPUI has hired Steve Pressé as an assistant professor of physics. Pressé recently completed a fellowship in biophysics at the University of California at San Francisco. Pressé earned a bachelor’s degree from McGill University in Canada and earned his doctorate in chemical physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

OrthoWorx, the Warsaw-based orthopedics business development group, named Sheryl Conley its next CEO, replacing David Floyd, who plans to return to a position in the orthopedic industry. Conley is a 25-year veteran of Warsaw-based Zimmer Holdings Inc., where she was most recently chief marketing officer. She earned a bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry as well as a master’s in business administration from Ball State University.

Eli Lilly and Co. announced that Michael Harrington will become its general counsel on Jan. 1, replacing Bob Armitage, who will retire at the end of this year. Harrington is Lilly’s deputy general counsel, overseeing legal matters at Lilly’s five business units. He earned his law degree from Columbia University and joined Lilly in 1991. Armitage joined Lilly in 1999 as general patent counsel for Lilly Research Laboratories. He has been the company’s general counsel for the past decade.

Anesthesia Consultants of Indianapolis LLC added three new physicians in July. Dr. John Gripe and Dr. Evan Miller both did their medical training at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Lindsey Hansen earned her medical degree at St. George’s University School of Medicine.


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  1. What became of this project? Anyone know?

  2. Scott, could you post an enlarged photo of the exterior of the building? This will be a great addition to Walnut Street. This area will only continue to develop with additions like this. Also, please give us more updates on the "Cultural Trail light" expansion. Also a great move for the city, as long as there is maintenance money set aside.

  3. Great story IBJ! Citizens don't have a real sense of the financial magnitude of supporting Indy's sports and tourism sector. The CIB was a brilliant idea for creating a highly integrated public-private partnership to support this sector from the economic activity it generates. Unfortunately, most folks think the benefits of that economic activity accrue directly to the City budget, and it doesn't. So though the CIB is facing lean times (covering its costs while maintaining minimally acceptable reserves), the City is operating with deficit - less tax revenue than expenses each year - with a very fragile reserve balance. That's why it's so challenging for the City to fund basic needs or new intitatives (e.g. pre-k education; new jail), and some credit rating agencies have downgraded Indy from it's past stellar AAA status. More reporting on City finances would be welcomed.

  4. Sure, I'll admit that it bugs me to see that the IBJ.COM censors it's blog posts almost as much as the D of I does when someone points out the falsehoods and fabrications. _____But I think it bothers me almost as much that Captain/Defender/Disciple get his yanked too. You see, those of us with a sense of integrity, humanity, compassion, and a need for fact based opinion WANT to see all of his screeds posted. It makes our point so much better than we can do it ourselves.

  5. We're conflating two very different topics. Voter fraud is a myth and excessive gun violence is all too real. I just hope rational gunowners decide to stop being shouted down by the, well, let's call them "less rational" ones.