Alchem Pharmtech Inc., 1 Deer Park Drive, Suite 119-M, Monmouth Junction 08852; 848-565-5694; John Huang, sales manager. www.alchempharmtech.com.
Alchem Pharmtech has moved from 380 Scotch Road in Ewing to Deer Park Drive in Monmouth Junction.
“We are one of the world’s leading suppliers of advanced and novel intermediates for pharmaceutical, biotech, and agrochemical drug research and development,” says the company website. “In addition to our more than 1,000 catalog products, we offer more than dozens of new products every month along with superior, low-cost services in custom synthesis, tolling and material sourcing.”
Ronin Development Corp., 101 College Road East, Princeton 08540; 609-452-0060; fax, 609-452-0091. Harry F. Bunn, president and CEO. www.ronin.com.
Ronin Development Corp. has moved from 2 Research Way to 101 College Road.
The company offers packaged market research software, as well as strategic planning, management consulting, and market research for businesses in the IT and telecommunications industries.
Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf LLP, 104 Carnegie Center, Suite 201, Princeton 08540; 732-846-7600; fax, 732-846-8877. Thomas P. Weidner, partner. www.windelsmarx.com.
Law firm Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf has moved from 104 Carnegie Center Boulevard to 120 Albany Street Plaza in New Brunswick.
The firm, headquartered in New York City, also has offices Madison, and Stamford, Connecticut. It has has some 135 attorneys and provides services in 18 practice areas.
Princeton Junior School, 90 Fackler Road, Box 672, Princeton 08542-0672; 609-924-8126; fax, 609-924-7456. Silvana Clark, head of school. www.pjs.org.
Silvana Clark was appointed head of school at Princeton Junior School by the board of trustees in April.
Clark will be the school’s third head, replacing Peter Rapelye upon his retirement in June after serving as headmaster for seven years. Clark’s appointment is for the 2012-’13 school year.
Clark, a Princeton native, is currently an educational consultant with Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart, responsible for curriculum, assessment, and professional development.
She is the former dean of faculty of Sheridan School in Washington, D.C., and has more than 20 years experience as an educator, researcher, consultant, and leader. Clark earned a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and a master’s in curriculum and instruction from Teachers College, Columbia University.
Princeton Junior School is an independent school for children ages two through the fifth grade. The school is situated on seven acres near the intersection of the Route 206 and Fackler Road in Lawrenceville.
Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Old Queens Building, 83 Somerset Street, New Brunswick 08901; 732-932-1766; Robert L. Barchi, president. www.rutgers.edu.
Robert L. Barchi has been named the 20th president of Rutgers University, effective September 1. He was also named a professor at the university with academic tenure.
Barchi currently is president of Thomas Jefferson University and previously served as provost of the University of Pennsylvania, where he was chief academic officer with oversight of the university’s schools, athletic and academic programs, and students and faculty.
Born in Philadelphia, Barchi earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Georgetown University, and Ph.D. and M.D. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. He is board certified as a specialist in neurology.
Barchi succeeds Richard McCormick, president since 2002, who is retiring this summer.
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 6-8 Charlton Street, Princeton 08540-5232; 609-683-0800; fax, 609-924-0578. Mary Emerson, administrative director. www.ascsa.edu.gr.
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA) has named Mary Emerson as the school’s new executive director. She succeeds Irene Bald Romano in the position.
The school is the U.S. headquarters for the research center in Athens, Greece, for post-graduate study in the classics and archaeology.
Emerson was previously associate director of development at the Frick Collection in New York. She was also executive director of the American Friends of Winchester College, and has held positions at the Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, the Metropolitan Museum of Art; and the Hewitt School.
Founded in 1881, the American School of Classical Studies at Athens oversees research devoted to the advanced study of all aspects of Greek culture from prehistory to the present day.
By agreement with the Greek government, the school serves as liaison with the Greek Ministry of Culture and Tourism on behalf of North American students and scholars for the acquisition of permits to conduct archaeological work and to study museum collections.
New In Town
Alcimed, 5 Vaughn Drive, Princeton 08540; 609-514-0145; www.alcimed.com.
Alcimed, a Paris-based consulting company, has moved into 5 Vaughn Drive.
Founded in 1993, the company provided consulting in life sciences, chemicals, and materials and energy. The company website says it is currently moving into the aerospace industries.
Integrity Consulting Group, 23 Route 31, Suite A-30, Pennington 08534; 609-737-4313; fax, 609-737-4314. Chuck Grande, principal. www.integritycg.com.
Integrity Consulting Group has moved into an office on Route 31 in Pennington. The company specializes in employee benefits.
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney (C), 997 Lenox Drive, Building Three, Suite 220, Lawrenceville 08648-2207; 609-538-4800; fax, 609-896-4178. Michael Grant, branch manager. www.morganstanleysmithbarney.com.
The Clarke Group at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney has opened an office at 997 Lenox Drive in Lawrenceville. According to a market report by NAI Fennelly, the company has leased 3,344 square feet at the location.
Premier H.S.F.C., 3 Nami Lane, Suite 6, Hamilton 08619; 973-817-7750; fax, 973-817-8009. Daniel Bossi, president. www.premierhsfc.com.
Premier HSFC has located at 3 Nami Lane in Hamilton. The company specializes in the fast production of high density mid rise buildings.
According to the company website, Premier HSFC is the largest erector of panelized light gauge load bearing walls as well as Hambro Floor Systems in the New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut area — with an average annual production of over two million square feet and growing.
“We are also recognized by the industry as a leading erector of interior light gauge walls, stick frame light gauge load bearing walls, curtain walls and window walls as well as floor and roof systems from a variety of manufacturers,” says the website.
WSP Sells, 2445 Kuser Road, Hamilton 08690; 609-584-0050; fax, 609-584-2232. Robert Maschke, Project Engineer. www.wspgroup.com.
Engineering firm WSP Sells has located at 2445 Kuser Road. The company provides transportation engineering services including for bridges, highway, and infrastructure projects.
Dedicated Senior Advisors (DSA), 3673 Quakerbridge Road, Trenton 08619; 609-588-8704; fax, 609-588-8524. Also 707 Alexander Road, Princeton 08540; 609-750-0370; Leonard P. Hayduchok, CFP. www.dedicatedsenioradvisors.com.
Dedicated Seniors Advisors has opened a new office at 3673 Quakerbridge Road in Hamilton.
The company, whose main office is at 707 Alexander Road, is an independent financial services firm focusing on retirement income planning and long-term care crisis/asset protection planning.
“Since 2002 we’ve been proud to have helped over 300 families improve their financial situation, and we still consider it a privilege to positively impact all those who we come in contact with — regardless of whether or not they ultimately avail themselves of our services,” says Len Hayduchok, president.
CytoSorbents Inc., 7 Deer Park Drive, Suite K, Monmouth Junction 08852; 732-329-8885; fax, 732-329-8650. Phil Chan, CEO. www.cytosorbents.com.
CytoSorbents of Deer Park Drive has established a wholly owned European subsidiary, CytoSorbents Europe GmbH, with offices in Berlin, Germany.
The subsidiary will manage distribution, sales and marketing, and customer support throughout Germany and other European countries.
Earlier this year, the company signed a purchase agreement for the sale of up to $8.5 million of its common stock to Lincoln Park Capital Fund, of Chicago.
CytoSorbents, a therapeutic device company that uses blood purification to treat life-threatening illnesses, said the proceeds from the sale would be used in part to fund commercialization of CytoSorb — its flagship product — in Europe.
“Setting up our European subsidiary with a physical office in Germany represents a key step and commitment towards the commercialization of CytoSorb in the European Union,” says CEO Phillip Chan.
“This base of operations will enable us to be close to and support interactions with customers and businesses in real-time, and will provide a central location for our sales and marketing efforts,” Chan says.
According to the company, CytoSorb has demonstrated statistically significant reductions in mortality in septic patients at high risk of death and is now available for sale in Germany for the treatment of critical care illnesses under a controlled market release.
A broad product launch in Germany and availability in other European Union countries are anticipated during the first half of 2012, assuming the availability of funding, and continued positive results from clinical studies.
H4B Catapault, 300 American Metro Boulevard, Suite 220, Hamilton 08619; 609-945-9502; fax, 609-945-9569. Jeff Hoffman, president. www.H4Bcatapault.com.
Euro RSCG Life has changed its name to H4B Catapult. The company, based in American Metro Center in Hamilton, provides marketing and communications for the healthcare, pharmaceutical, and medical sectors.
Ascent Scientific Ltd., 263 Wall Street, Princeton 08540; 609-356-5109; fax, 609-228-6191. www.ascentscientific.com.
Ascent Scientific has vacated its Wall Street office. A custom chemistry business with global headquarters in the United Kingdom, the company was acquired by Abcam Biochemicals in Cambridge, MA, in September, 2011.
Segula Technologies Energy Division, 101 Interchange Plaza, Suite 101, Monroe 08831.
Segula Technologies Energy Division has vacated its office at 101 Interchange Plaza in Monroe Township. The computer consulting company still maintains offices nationwide including, New York City and King of Prussia, PA.
Tetra Tech Architects & Engineers (Thomas Group) (TTEK), 103 Main Street, Princeton Forrestal Village, Princeton 08540; 609-514-9333; fax, 609-514-9444. www.tetratechae.com.
Tetra Tech Architects & Engineers has closed its office on Main Street in Princeton Forrestal Village. The company, a full-service architecture and engineering firm, has six other offices in the Northeast: Newark, Delaware; and Ithaca, Syracuse, Rochester, Albany, and Farmingdale, New York.
Jo-Ann Spranger Blazes, 59, died on April 23. She was an interpreter for the Katzenbach School for the Deaf.
Mary Christine Grant, 65, died on April 15. She retired in 2011 from Educational Testing Service where she worked since receiving her doctorate degree in the early 1990s.