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Originally published Sunday, January 26, 2014 at 8:01 PM

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Lyman appointed as co-director at ‘The Hutch’

Notable hires and promotions.

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Dr. Gary Lyman was appointed co-director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.

Lyman had served as professor of medicine and senior fellow at the Duke Center for Clinical Health Policy Research and also director of the Comparative Effectiveness and Outcomes Research Program in Oncology at the Duke Cancer Institute since 2007.

Advertising: Tara Newton was named managing director at Admosis Media, Seattle.

Banking: Jon Collavo was named Washington business banking sales manager at Wells Fargo, Seattle.

Construction: Jeff Lawson and Todd Wingerson joined Builder Venture General Contracting, Seattle.

Health care: Austin Ross was named vice president of planning at Northwest Kidney Centers, Seattle.

Law: Gena Bomotti, Mindy DeYoung and Hilary Bramwell Mohr were elected to principal at Riddell Williams in Seattle. Ana-Maria Popp, David Herrman and Randall Olsen were named principals of Cairncross & Hempelmann, Seattle. Catharine Morisset was named shareholder at Jackson Lewis, Seattle.

Nonprofit: Brenne Schario was hired as executive director at Bridge Disability Ministries, Bellevue.

Restaurant guides: Keela Robison was appointed senior vice president and general manager at Urbanspoon, Seattle.

Tax services: Dennis Morrissette joined Kovarik & Kim in Bellevue as a senior accountant.

Technology: Roei Ganzarski was promoted to CEO at BoldIQ, Seattle.

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