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EOS imaging appoints chief medical officer

EOS imaging announced the appointment of Fabienne Hirigoyenberry-Lanson, PhD, as the company’s first chief medical officer.

Bringing 22 years of experience of the medical device industry, prior to joining EOS imaging Hirigoyenberry-Lanson was vice president of Global Medical Affairs and Accuray Inc where she led clinical and key opinion leader programs to support and sustain market growth. She also held several positions in medical device companies and major clinical research organizations.

“We are pleased to welcome Dr. Hirigoyenberry-Lanson to the EOS team. She has a proven track record in the medical device industry, including relevant experience with capital equipment and software driven systems,” Marie Meynadier, chief executive officer of EOS imaging, stated in the company press release. “Her leadership will further enhance our clinical and medical affairs programs as we work to increase awareness and adoption of our unique low-dose, full-body 2-D/3-D imaging technology for orthopedics.”

EOS imaging announced the appointment of Fabienne Hirigoyenberry-Lanson, PhD, as the company’s first chief medical officer.

Bringing 22 years of experience of the medical device industry, prior to joining EOS imaging Hirigoyenberry-Lanson was vice president of Global Medical Affairs and Accuray Inc where she led clinical and key opinion leader programs to support and sustain market growth. She also held several positions in medical device companies and major clinical research organizations.

“We are pleased to welcome Dr. Hirigoyenberry-Lanson to the EOS team. She has a proven track record in the medical device industry, including relevant experience with capital equipment and software driven systems,” Marie Meynadier, chief executive officer of EOS imaging, stated in the company press release. “Her leadership will further enhance our clinical and medical affairs programs as we work to increase awareness and adoption of our unique low-dose, full-body 2-D/3-D imaging technology for orthopedics.”