#b#Management Moves#/b#

Derma Sciences Inc. (DSCIOB), 214 Carnegie Center, Suite 300, Princeton 08540; 609-514-4744; fax, 609-514-0502. Edward J. Quilty, CEO. www.dermasciences.com.

Derma Sciences, biotech company focused on tissue regeneration and advanced wound and burn care, has appointed John Caminis to the newly created position of chief medical officer. Caminis is a pharmaceutical physician with expertise in clinical drug development.

Caminis has a wide range of experience with clinical trials. Since 2011 he served as senior medical director in the immunology, and later in the bone patient value unit at UCB, a global biopharmaceutical company.

Prior to UCB he was vice president, clinical development at Warner Chilcott (now Actavis). At Warner Chilcott he planned clinical development programs in therapeutic areas such as bone metabolism, urology, dermatology and infectious disease. Earlier in his career, Caminis worked for NPS Pharmaceutical, Novartis Pharmaceuticals and Roche Laboratories.

“This is an exciting time to be joining Derma Sciences as we pursue a tight, patient focused business strategy and are well-positioned for a greater presence in the growing market of advanced wound care,” Caminis said.

Caminis has co-authored numerous conference abstracts and more than 20 publications in peer-reviewed journals. He holds an M.D. degree from the University of Athens School of Medicine in Greece. He served as a clinical research fellow of the McGill Bone Center and has masters certification in project management from George Washington University School of Business/ESI International.

Investors Bank, 2300 Route 33, Robbinsville 08691; 609-223-8200. Peter Inverso, president. www.myinvestorsbank.com.

Investors Bank has hired Janice A. Mills to the newly created executive position of vice president of business lending, based in the bank’s Robbinsville office headquarters.

“We look forward to Janice growing our presence in the middle market area in our key markets of Mercer, Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties,” said Erik Larsen, Investors vice president/team leader for business lending.

Mills has been a member of the central New Jersey banking community for more than 30 years, most recently with Santander Bank, where she managed a middle market portfolio and new business development.

A certified financial planner, Mills also was vice president of wealth management at Wachovia Bank.

Mills completed the Financial Planning Program at Fairleigh Dickinson University. She completed the CFPR in 2004. She earned a bachelor’s in Spanish with a concentration in international trade from the State University of New York College at Oswego.

A resident of Lawrenceville, Mills is a member of the Financial Planning Association of New Jersey and the Executive Women’s Golf Association.

Hopewell Valley Golf Club, 114 Pennington-Hopewell Road, RD 1, Hopewell 08525; 609-466-3003; fax, 609-466-0382. Jill S. Stabile, general manager.

Hopewell Valley Golf Club has appointed Jill S. Stabile as its new general manager and chief operating officer. The appointment came after an eight-month search. Said HVGC president John Lohse: “Her talent and extensive golf club experience are what we need to succeed in today’s highly competitive private golf club environment.”

Stabile was most recently the assistant general manager at Metropolis CC in White Plains, New York. She has also held management positions at Cherry Valley Country Club in Skillman, Roxiticus Golf Club in Mendham, Plainfield Country Club in Plainfield, Morris County Golf Club in Morristown, and Suburban Golf Club in Union. An avid golfer herself, she is a certified club manager of the Club Managers Association of America.

Founded in 1927, Hopewell Valley Golf Club boasts a 6,612-yard championship course designed by Thomas Winton.

“The golf industry is still recovering from the recession,” Stabile said. “But I’m thrilled to be facing that challenge here because of everything that Hopewell Valley has to offer for athletic, social, and business purposes.” Among the ideas currently under consideration, she said, are new corporate membership and trial membership programs, dedicated afternoons each week for transient play, cooperative relationships with hotels and business groups, and new incentives for golf outing planners.

“As we prepare the club for the upcoming spring, summer, and fall sports seasons, the board has made it clear that no marketing or membership development ideas are off the table,” Stabile said.

#b#Crosstown Moves#/b#

KJohnson Enterprises, 9500 K Johnson Boulevard, Bordentown 08505; 609-298-0085; Kevin Johnson, CEO.

KJohnson Enterprises, a commercial development company, has closed its Nottingham Way location. The firm is now headquartered on Route 130 in Bordentown, where it is building a 32-acre site called “Team Campus at Bordentown.”

The company was founded by former NFL player Kevin Johnson. The Team Campus will include medical office space and a fitness center.

#b#Leaving Town#/b#

Opus Software Solutions, 116 Village Boulevard, Princeton. www.opussoft.com.

Opus, an India-based IT consulting company, has left its Village Boulevard office. Its listed phone number was disconnected. According to the company’s website, the U.S. operations of the company are now based in Schaum­burg, Illinois.

#b#Deaths#/b#

Michael Graves, 80, on March 12. He was an architect who was famous worldwide for his whimsical postmodern buildings as well as consumer goods. Later in life he designed buildings and products for people with disabilities. A Princeton professor, Graves studied architecture at the University of Cincinnati and Harvard University. See page 2.

Philip D. Stein, 57, on March 12. Stein was an associate director of Bristol-Myers Squibb, senior director of chemistry at Redpoint Bio, and a researcher of medicines for malaria at Rutgers. He had a doctorate in chemistry from Pitt and a post-doctorate degree in chemistry from Harvard.

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