Previously Appointed Interim CEO in September 2022
LEXINGTON, Mass., Jan. 10, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — iSpecimen Inc. (Nasdaq: ISPC) (“iSpecimen” or the “Company”), an online global marketplace that connects scientists in need of biospecimens for medical research with a network of healthcare specimen providers, announced today that its Board of Directors has appointed Tracy Curley, former Interim CEO, as CEO, effective immediately.
“I am grateful to the Board and the entire team at iSpecimen for their support over the past four months, and for the confidence they have shown in my ability to lead the Company,” said Tracy Curley, CEO of iSpecimen. “The progress we’ve made this year in terms of operational and financial execution is encouraging. I am pleased to report that we generated record revenue during the fourth quarter of 2022 and look forward to continuously improving results in 2023.”
“Since being appointed interim CEO, Tracy has established herself as a goal-oriented leader,” added Andrew Ross, Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Company. “The Board is delighted to remove the ‘interim’ from the CEO title, and excited to have Tracy continue leading the team and executing on the promise of iSpecimen.”
Ms. Curley was previously appointed Interim CEO in September 2022, while concurrently serving as the Company’s CFO. With the appointment of Ms. Curley as CEO, the Board will be initiating a comprehensive search process to identify a new CFO.
iSpecimen (Nasdaq: ISPC) offers an online marketplace for human biospecimens, connecting scientists in commercial and non-profit organizations with healthcare providers that have access to patients and specimens needed for medical discovery. Proprietary, cloud-based technology enables scientists to intuitively search for specimens and patients across a federated partner network of hospitals, labs, biobanks, blood centers and other healthcare organizations. For more information, please visit www.ispecimen.com.
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