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ERT Announces Upcoming Retirement of Michael McKelvey as Chief Executive Officer
Date:9/10/2010

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- eResearchTechnology, Inc. (ERT), (Nasdaq: ERES), a global provider of technology and services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries, today announced that Michael McKelvey will be retiring from his positions as President and Chief Executive Officer and a director of ERT.  The Company's Board of Directors has begun a search for a successor.  Dr. McKelvey will continue in his current position until a successor is appointed or earlier, based on mutual agreement of Dr. McKelvey and the Board.

"I am honored to have led ERT for more than four years," commented Dr. McKelvey. "The acquisition of CareFusion Research Services and the emerging opportunities in healthcare represent a fundamental strategic shift in our business. The Company has transformed into a multi-product and service provider.  We have built a strong, well-diversified company that is very well positioned for growth in the future.  After over four years at the helm and at the age of 58, I feel the time is right to retire from this marvelous Company, focus on other interests, and devote more time to my family.  I leave ERT in a strong financial position, with a well diversified portfolio of products and services focused in cardiac safety, respiratory, multi-mode ePRO, and medical devices that can serve the research, pharmaceutical safety, and healthcare markets, a well thought out strategic vision and focus, and an excellent group of senior executives who individually and as a group are outstanding. We have achieved this due largely to the support of our employees, customers, the Board, and investors, and I would like to take this opportunity to thank them."  

Commenting on behalf of the Board of Directors, ERT's Chairman, Joel Morganroth, MD, said, "The Board accepts Mike's decision to retire with underst
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