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M. Isabel Chiu was appointed vice president of translational and clinical sciences at Enumeral Biomedical Holdings. She develops and implements internal and external translational programs using human patient-derived tissue samples in ex vivo preclinical trials. Previously, Isabel spent 10 years at AVEO Pharmaceuticals. The soccer facility at the University of Delaware was officially named for Stuart Grant and his wife, Suzanne ’83, during a ceremony in November. The Stuart and Suzanne Grant Stadium, formerly known as the Delaware Mini-Stadium, seats 1,400 and has a modern press box. The Grants made a $1.5 million gift, the largest in the history of University of Delaware athletics. Stuart is a member of the university’s board, and co-founder and managing director of the Wilmington, Del., law firm Grant & Eisenhofer. Teta Moehs is temporarily back in Washington, D.C. She and her husband, Bill, are studying French at the Foreign Service Institute in preparation for their next posting, at the U.S. Embassy in Conakry, Guinea. They are scheduled to depart in June. Sharon Underberg was promoted to general counsel, and elected secretary and senior vice president of Eastman Kodak, joining the executive leadership team. “Sharon is a dynamic people leader, and the combination of her excellent track record on complex commercial transactions, her skills, and her strengths as a team builder make her a perfect fit to help drive Kodak’s comeback,” CEO Jeff Clarke said.

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