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Joseph Charles Isola

Joseph Charles Isola, American clinical laboratory company executive. Board advisors Boston University School Medicine Division Laboratory Sciences; developer Medical Laboratory Ad of Year, 1981; counselor Project Upward Bound, Oakdale, New York, 1969—1970; Member of biomedical Marketing Association, Clinical Laboratory Managers Association (national speakers bureau since 1984).

Background

  • Isola, Joseph Charles was born on June 14, 1947 in New York City. Son of Thomas and Jennie Caroline (Campanella) Isola.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Adelphi University, 1970. Master of Science in Health Care Administration, Long Island University, 1976.

    Career

    • District manager, laboratory procedures Upjohn Company King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, 1975—1979, eastern regional sales and service manager, 1979—1981. Vice president, sales and marketing Damon Clin Laboratories Division Damon Corporation, Needham Heights, Massachusetts, 1981—1983, president, clinical laboratories division, since 1983, senior vice president, since 1987. Board advisors Boston University School Medicine, School Laboratory Medicine.

      Principal speaker, annual industry seminar Washington G2 Reports, 1985, Midwest Health Conference, 1987.

    Works

    • Contributor articles and interviews to professional journals.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Board advisors Boston University School Medicine Division Laboratory Sciences. Developer Medical Laboratory Ad of Year, 1981. Counselor Project Upward Bound, Oakdale, New York, 1969—1970.

    Member of biomedical Marketing Association, Clinical Laboratory Managers Association (national speakers bureau since 1984).

    Connections

    • Married Carolanne Marie Ward, July 18, 1970. Children: Dana, Kyle.
    • father: Thomas Isola
    • mother: Jennie Caroline (Campanella) Isola
    • spouse: Carolanne Marie Ward
    • children: Dana Isola
    • Kyle Isola
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    Born June 14, 1947
    (age 70)
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