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Rosetta Genomics Expands Management Team, Laboratory Capacities and Commercial Operations
Date:8/20/2012

d Rosetta Genomics in May 2012 as Chief Financial Officer, succeeding interim CFO Tomer Assis.  Previously Mr. Kalfus served as CFO and Treasurer of MabCure Inc., a publicly traded biotechnology startup company focused on early cancer detection using monoclonal antibodies.  Prior to that he was with Toys "R" Us for four years where he was responsible for the company's SEC reporting and later in the financial planning department managing the Toys "R" Us division's annual budget.  Mr. Kalfus previously worked in public accounting where he specialized in audits of medium-sized enterprises and public companies.  He is a licensed CPA in the State of New Jersey, and holds a Masters in Accounting from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a Bachelor's degree in Finance from the University of Georgia.
  • Guy C. Malchi will join Rosetta Genomics on September 2, 2012, in the newly created position of Executive Vice President of Corporate Development.  Most recently he was with Champions Oncology, Inc. where he was General Manager, UK Diagnostic Subsidiary and Head of Pharma Business.  At Champions he designed and implemented the drug pipeline strategy and business plan, and signed several licensing deals and strategic partnerships with leading biotechnology firms and academic institutions.  Previously he was CEO of Optimata, Ltd., an Israeli biotechnology company that developed and marketed biosimulation predictive software.  Mr. Malchi spent seven years at TEFEN Ltd., Management Consulting in London, where he was a Founding Partner and Head of European Life Science Practice.  Mr. Malchi holds a B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering from Tel-Aviv University and an Executive MBA from the London Business School.  Guy will focus on leading the Company's effort to leverage its microRNA platform in partnerships with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as well as with medical technology and diagnostic companies.  In addit
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