10 Spine Device Company Executive Moves FeaturedWritten by Laura Miller | June 12, 2012
Here are 10 spine device company executive moves.
Alphatec Spine named former DJO Global leader Mark Francois senior director of investor relations.
Salt Lake City-based spine device company Amedica named Eric Olson president and CEO of the company.
Globus Medical appointed Richard A. Baron, a veteran of more than 30 years in financial management, senior vice president and CFO.
InVivo Therapeutics, a company focused on solutions for patients with spinal cord injury, named former Stryker Spine executive Robert Housler Jr., vice president of business development.
LDR Holdings appointed Robert E. McNamara CFO.
Spine device company SI-BONE named Michael Mydra vice president of health outcomes and reimbursement.
Simpirica Spine appointed Milena Ridl as vice president of international sales and marketing, where she will be responsible for expanding commercialization of the company's LimiFlex Spinal Stabilization System.
Ada, Miss.-based spine device company TransCorp Spine named Christopher Welch president and CEO.
Spine fixation device company VG Innovations named John Kippenberger vice president of sales.
Minneapolis-based Zyga Technology named Jim Bullock president and CEO.
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