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Bioheart Strengthens Executive Team in Order to Accelerate Business Plan and Enhance Its Position in the Cardiovascular Stem Cell Therapy Industry
Date:8/18/2009

SUNRISE, Fla., Aug. 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Bioheart, Inc., (OTC Bulletin Board: BHRT) a company committed to delivering intelligent devices and biologics that help monitor, diagnose and treat heart failure and other cardiovascular diseases announced today that several of its Directors have joined the Company's executive management team. In addition to assuming the position of Chairman of the Company's Board of Directors, Karl E. Groth, Ph.D., became the Chief Executive Officer; Peggy A. Farley became Chief Operating Officer; and Mark P. Borman became Chief Financial Officer. Howard Leonhardt will continue as Chief Scientific and Technology Officer, and Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board. Mr. Leonhardt, the Company's founder, thus will be able to focus on enhancing the Company's existing technologies and strengthening its position as the leader within the cardiovascular arena of the stem cell therapy industry.

Howard Leonhardt stated: "Karl Groth and I have worked together in the cardiovascular products industry since 1983. He has had many successful harvests of the companies he has developed. His vast experience has been an asset to the Board and will be an even greater asset to the Company's Executive Management with his increased commitment."

Karl Groth has an exceptional record of bringing medical technology companies from development stage to profitable operations and then to achieving exceptional returns for shareholders as the companies were acquired. He has demonstrated the ability to identify market opportunities and technologies, strengthen management, improve operations, focus strategy and guide companies either to acquisition by major companies in the health industry or to an IPO. After his tenure at the University of Minnesota conducting research, Dr. Groth joined Medtronic, having been recruited to help to start up the company's neuro division. His fast track manage
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