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Indiana University Health will appoint Dr. Paul Haut as interim president of its Riley Hospital for Children on April 17, when CEO Dr. Jeff Sperring departs to lead Seattle Children’s Hospital. Haut, Riley's chief medical officer, has a bachelor’s degree from Brown University and received his medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He specializes in pediatric hematology and oncology.

Ken Carlson on March 10 was named director of the clinical trials office at Indiana University. The office was created in July to streamline administration of medical experiments throughout the IU system, as well as its health care partners, Indiana University Health and Eskenazi Health. Before joining IU, Carlson served 19 years at Eli Lilly and Co., most recently as manager of global sourcing and study delivery solutions in Lilly’s clinical pharmacology division. He holds a master's degree in toxicology from the University of Arizona and a bachelor's degree in biology from Roanoke College in Virginia.

Indianapolis-based Pearl Pathways hired Chad Pannucci as director of business development. He was most recently global product manager at Bloomington-based Cook Medical Inc. He holds a bachelor’s degree in health and human development from Montana State University’s Bozeman campus.

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