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Lobinsky Appointed President of EOS Imaging North America
Jul 2017
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 31, 2017 — Medical imaging provider EOS Imaging SA has appointed Mike Lobinsky as the president of the company’s North American division.

Mike LobinskyLobinsky will report to CEO Marie Meynadier and will be responsible for the company’s North America business, with all continental functions reporting directly to him.

Prior to joining EOS imaging, Lobinsky served as U.S. vice president of sales and implementation for robotics at Smith & Nephew PLC, which he joined through its 2016 acquisition of Blue Belt Technologies Inc., a developer of surgical robotics. At Blue Belt, he served as vice president of sales, leading all sales-related activities for the company’s Navio surgical system. From 2006 to 2013, Lobinsky held positions at BioMedix Vascular Solutions Inc., most recently as vice president of sales and marketing. He has also held sales and marketing positions at Stryker Imaging, BrainLab AG and Ceramco Inc. Lobinsky received a bachelor’s degree in economics and business administration from the University of Wisconsin, River Falls.

EOS Imaging is a developer of medical devices for advanced imaging and image-based solutions in musculoskeletal pathologies and orthopedic surgical care.

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