CROnos Clinical Consulting, 1800 East State Street, Hamilton 08609; 201-299-2244. Guillermo Di Clemente, CEO. www.cronosccs.com.
Pamela Keenan has been appointed vice president of scientific affairs at CROnos Clinical Consulting, an East State Street-based neuroscience data control company. Keenan will serve as the primary liaison to biopharma customers, vendors and investigative sites for the company’s Alzheimer’s disease practice area.
Keenan joins the company from Johnson & Johnson, where she most recently served in global medical affairs for Janssen Alzheimer Immunotherapy. Keenan has more than 20 years of experience in Alzheimer’s disease as a clinician and researcher in the pharmaceutical industry. Keenan also served as director of the adult neuropsychology program at Wayne State University School of Medicine, where she was responsible for clinical training and research programs.
“Pamela is an accomplished leader with global experience across all phases of Alzheimer’s Disease clinical trials,” said Guillermo Di Clemente, president and founder, CROnos. “Having worked in large pharma for many years, she brings strong customer insight which allows her to anticipate our customers’ needs. This insight, along with her scientific background, will be instrumental in strengthening our customer relationships and the delivery of our innovative quality assurance solutions.”
Celator Pharmaceuticals , 200 Princeton South, Suite 180, Ewing 08628; 609-243-0123; fax, 609-243-0202. Scott Jackson, CEO. www.celatorpharma.com.
Celator Pharmaceuticals has moved its headquarters from College Road East to the Princeton South business park. The company is developing anti-cancer drugs including a leukemia drug in late-stage clinical trials.
CORE Education & Consulting , 4390 Route 1, Suite 110, Princeton 08540; 609-419-1640; fax, 609-419-1641. Prakash Gupta, CEO. www.coreecs.com.
CORE Education and consulting, an educational software company, has moved from Independence Way to a new office on Route 1. The company is a subsidiary of India-based CORE Products and Technologies.
Paradigm Technology Consulting LLC , 22 South Main Street, Allentown 08501; 609-890-4150; fax, 609-890-4154. Bridgette Hobart, president. www.ptcllc.com.
Paradigm Technology has moved from 50 Millstone Road in East Windsor to South Main Street. A company employee said the company moved its staff of 17 to the new building so it could buy rather than rent office space.
Center for Supportive Schools, 911 Commons Way, Princeton; 609-252-9300 fax, 609-252-9393. Daniel F. Oscar, president. www.supportiveschools.com.
The Princeton Center for Leadership Training has changed its name to The Center for Supportive Schools in order to convey the organization’s broader reach.
The Center for Supportive Schools describes itself as organization that “develops, disseminates, and promotes peer leadership, advisory, and other evidence-based K-12 solutions that enable and inspire schools to more fully engage students in learning, better connect students to their schools, motivate and equip students to make decisions responsibly, and accelerate academic achievement.”
“CSS has a 35-year history of changing life trajectories for students and effecting cultural transformations within schools. Our work touches tens of thousands of students, educators, and parents annually. We have served nearly 300 schools in New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania, and have operated in 10 other states, Asia, and South America.”
Advanced Media Research , 422 Executive Drive, Montgomery Commons.
Advanced Media Research has closed its Montgomery Commons office. A call to its listed phone number was not returned.
New Millennium Solar Equipment, 8 Marlen Drive, Robbinsville. www.nmsec.com.
New Millenium Solar Equipment Corp., a maker of solar panels, has closed its office on Marlen Road in Robbinsville. The company’s listed phone number has been disconnected.