Tuesday, July 29 15:35:51
Neuromod Devices has hired a new Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) as it prepares for the launch of its flagship device to help people with tinnitus.
It announced the appointment of Padraig Rushe as the company's new CCO. His history is in strategic roles in companies such as Bank of Ireland, RBS and GE to the company.
Neuromod Devices, founded in 2010 by Dr Ross O'Neill, is headquartered at NovaUCD, the Centre for New Ventures and Entrepreneurs at University College Dublin (UCD). The company has developed mutebutton, a non-invasive medical device, for the treatment of chronic Tinnitus.
Mr Rushe will be working closely with Dr O'Neill in supporting the company's next stage of growth as it prepares to launch the mutebutton device, which is currently in the pre-approval phase of development, across Europe in 2015.
Making the announcement Dr Ross O'Neill, founder and CEO, Neuromod Devices said, "I'm delighted to have someone of Padraig's calibre joining the company. He brings both a new breadth of experience to the company and a great energy which makes him the perfect fit, as we begin what will be an exciting new phase for the company."
Padraig Rushe, who graduated from UCD with a BA (Hons) and with an MBA from TCD, also has extensive experience in product management, marketing, sales, risk management, distribution and operations management.
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