EOS Imaging to change leadership in 2019

Orthopedic imaging technology developer EOS Imaging is changing its leadership effective January 1, 2019.

The board of directors, in agreement with current CEO Marie Meynadier, unanimously appointed Mike Lobinsky to the position of CEO effective January 1. Lobinsky joined the company in August 2017 as president of North America.

Meynadier will retain her position on the EOS board of directors. The board is also considering Lobinsky's nomination to director of EOS Imaging.

Lobinsky has more than 20 years of experience in management roles in sales, marketing, operations, and business development in the fields of orthopedic robotics, navigation, imaging, and implants. He held leadership positions at Smith & Nephew, Brainlab, Blue Belt Technologies, and Stryker, and most recently he contributed to the acquisition of Blue Belt by Smith & Nephew prior to joining EOS in 2018.

Valérie Worrall also joins EOS as chief financial officer (CFO). Worrall has more than 20 years of experience in leadership finance roles and as the CFO within business units in the healthcare industry. She has held positions in Southeast Asia, the U.S., Switzerland, the U.K., and France. She most recently was CFO of Balt, a medical device company.

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