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Leading Clinical Technology Organization M2S Inc. Announces the Appointment of Jeffrey Yablon as Senior Vice President, Business Development
Date:4/15/2009

M2S Inc., a clinical technology organization providing image management services for biopharmaceutical and medical device clinical trials and clinical data registries, announced today that it has named Jeffrey Yablon as its new Senior Vice President, Business Development. In his new role at M2S, Mr. Yablon will be responsible for managing all M2S sales efforts and overseeing the marketing strategy of the rapidly expanding Clinical Trials Imaging, endovascular, and Clinical Data Registries services, in addition to the development and implementation of strategic partnerships.

(PRWEB) April 15, 2009 -- M2S Inc., a clinical technology organization providing image management services for biopharmaceutical and medical device clinical trials and clinical data registries, announced today that it has named Jeffrey Yablon as its new Senior Vice President, Business Development.

Mr. Yablon brings over 20 years of experience in the life sciences industry, including senior management roles in pharmaceuticals, drug safety, laboratory management, clinical research, medical imaging and clinical technology. Before joining M2S, Mr. Yablon held the position of Vice President, Sales and Marketing with Sciformix Corporation, a knowledge process outsourcing organization providing pharmacovigilance services to biopharmaceutical and biotech companies. Prior to that position, he held the position of Vice President of Global Business Development at Perceptive Informatics, the technology division of Parexel International. He was also Chief Operating Officer at ICON Laboratories, a division of ICON Plc. Mr. Yablon is a founder of several companies as well as a current instructor and course director at Stony Brook University, Center for Biotechnology in Stony Brook, NY. He began his career at TAP
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