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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

ment career there culminated with his position as Director of Business Development, in which he oversaw corporate acquisitions. During his years there, he led marketing, product development, and research units. Subsequent to Medtronic, Karl Groth was Chief Executive Officer or Chief Operating Officer of a number of start-up companies, all of which he took public and subsequently saw divested for exceptional returns to investors in short periods of time. Those companies included InStent, Inc. and Heart Technology, acquired, respectively, by Medtronic and Boston Scientific. Since 1999, Dr. Groth has been working in the venture capital arena quite successfully.

Peggy Farley has a superior record of raising capital and investing both in publicly traded and privately held companies. She started her investment banking career at Morgan Stanley, where she was a member of the international group in the investment banking division. She led a strategic planning task force that was critical to the firm's international positioning in the early '80's, and then worked with sovereign governments, focusing on the People's Republic of China as it emerged from isolation. Earlier, she was a consultant to major U.S. corporations, and advised both manufacturing and financial organizations, among them Morgan Stanley. Subsequent to her time at Morgan Stanley, she founded a firm that engaged in important capital markets activities, including acquisitions and venture capital investments, particularly in health care. Ms. Farley has had a top tier record of returns in the equity management arena and is well regarded for expertise in the IPO markets. Since 1999, Peggy Farley and Dr. Groth have worked together to build the Ascent Group, which has two venture capital funds, both of which have invested in Bioheart.

Mark Borman has an accomplished record of CFO achievements and has helped technology companies achieve strategic growth, profitability, ca
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