Who: Dr. Gianrico Farrugia, 50
Current roles: Director of the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine in Rochester, Minn., and a professor of medicine, physiology and biomedical engineering at Mayo's medical school. “We now can quickly decode every letter in a patient's genes and their whole genome,” he said on the center's website. “This information opens remarkable opportunities in our ability to individualize the way we prevent, predict, diagnose and treat diseases.”
New position: President and CEO of Mayo Clinic's Jacksonville, Fla., campus, effective Jan. 1. The 214-bed Mayo Clinic Florida opened in 2008.