Hull manned the corner office at Gen-Probe up until Hologic acquired the company in a deal worth almost $4 billion, after which he took on a role as the senior vice president and general manager of diagnostics.
Hull will stay with Hologic in a consulting capacity until mid-August 2013, and his SVP and general manager role will be filled by Rohan Hastie, formerly a VP and GM in the women’s health group of the diagnostics division, according to a press release.
Hologic moved up the planned "organizational changes" due to the faster-than-expected integration with Gen-Probe, which the company officially acquired in August 2012.
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