Roswell Park fills two executive posts
Roswell Park Cancer Institute this week announced two executive appointments: Armen Gallucci is the new vice president of business development and outreach, and Kerry L. Kerlin has been named chief information officer.
Gallucci will lead the institute’s planning and development of business approaches to external clinical, research and educational relationships regionally, locally and nationally. He was most recently assistant vice president of business development, medical affairs, at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
Kerlin will plan, develop and manage the Institute’s information systems, including electronic medical records and research data management, and oversee the acquisition of new technologies aimed at improving operations. He arrives at Roswell Park with more than 25 years of experience leading and consulting for large complex networks, including health-care facilities in Pittsburgh and Skokie, Ill.