Desai replaces acting CTO Mohammed Sohail Chaudhry, who’s held the role on an interim basis since 2015.
Ebb Therapeutics puts Röösli in the corner office
Insomnia device maker Ebb Therapeutics said yesterday that it put Eduard Röösli in the corner office, replacing Don Spence, who joined the company’s board.
Röösli’s CV includes stints at Image Skincare and Shaser Bioscience, Ebb Therapeutics said.
“I’m deeply honored to have been selected as Ebb’s next CEO, and look forward to working closely with Don, the rest of the Board and the great team of people, to continue our early growth momentum,” Röösli said.
Innovatus Imaging names Johnson as CEO
Pittsburgh-based Innovatus Imaging named ex-Joerns Healthcare chief Dave Johnson to replace founder Dennis Wulf as CEO. Johnson was also tapped as operating partner for healthcare at PE shop Resilience Capital, which owns a stake in Innovatus.
“Innovatus Imaging is an exciting leader for the imaging device repair and other medical device industries, offering forward-thinking methodologies, products, and services,” Johnson said in prepared remarks. “I am pleased to be part of what is already record growth for all product lines, and expand our business through my expertise in rapid new product ideation and commercialization, business development, strategic partnerships and more.”
“We are pleased for Dave Johnson to join Innovatus Imaging and applying his proven leadership to achieve greater efficiencies and growth while maintaining the high value already delivered to our customers,” added Wulf, who was named chairman. “I look forward to blending our leadership vision and expertise to further Innovatus Imaging as the thought and technology leader in the imaging and medical device industries and achieve our future business and financial goals as we continue to diversify into the medical device markets.”
“I look forward to working with the exceptional team at Echosens and to further expanding its impressive global footprint. Echosens will bring the benefits of its full range of products and services to an even greater number of physicians throughout the world and support their assessment and management of patients with chronic liver disease,” Legros said in prepared remarks.
Safran takes the wheel at RSIP Vision’s U.S. biz
RSIP Vision named Moshe Safran as CEO of its new RSIP Vision USA offices in San Jose, Calif.
“This is a great opportunity to increase our presence in Silicon Valley and collaborate with healthcare companies that need additional AI and computer vision support,” Safran said in prepared remarks. “It’s always exciting to take part in something that will disrupt the industry. It starts with the initial inspiration to pinpoint a particular need. Then our solution builds through a development phase and, eventually, goes through clinical studies which includes critical feedback from physicians. With the new office we are closer to the major names in the medical equipment industry, our clients, their R&D teams and clinical sites.”