People news from the 09/26/06 News Brief

MANUFACTURERS Eisai has announced the following new hires and promotions. Marcia Diljak has been hired as associate director, corporate planning and communications. Constance Robinson has been hired as senior district manager, specialty sales force (Chicago district). Bernhard Hawkins has been hired as national account manager (West Coast), trade relations. James Lin has been hired as senior forecasting manager. Robert Fogleman has been hired as senior human resources manager, sales and marketing. Heather Pollack has been promoted from hospital sales specialist to associate manager, sales training. Daniel Rozmiarek has been promoted from manager, trade accounts to national account manager (East Coast), trade relations. AGENCIES The Noesis professional advertising and promotion unit of CommonHealth has announced the following new hires and promotions. Steven Whiteley has been promoted from VP, group copy supervisor to VP, associate creative director. Denise Fuchs has advanced from traffic manager to director of operations. Paulette Langguth has been elevated to group managing editor from her previous position of senior editor. Melissa Ricardo has advanced from account supervisor to account group supervisor. Sara Baker comes to Noesis as a copy supervisor from Harrison & Star. Jessica Skowyra joins Noesis as a senior copywriter from Torre Lazur McCann. Jason Ruggiero comes to Noesis as a traffic coordinator from at Software House International of Somerset, NJ. SUPPLIERS Healthcare information provider VerusMed has named Paul Mattioli VP of sales. Previously, Mattioli served as VP of sales for health care media and business information company HealthLeaders-Interstudy.
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