Frank Rasmussen, PhD, Chief Revenue Officer at Cerebriu. | Photo by: Oded Yair Menuhin
Copenhagen, Denmark, 29/11/2022
Cerebriu announces that Frank Rasmussen, PhD, an experienced executive in the medical device field, has been appointed as Chief Revenue Officer.
Frank has broad international experience from over 20 years in the medical device industry across senior leadership positions, within Business Development, Sales & Marketing, and previously across Quality, Product and Technology Development.
Moreover, Frank has a unique combination of technical and commercial leadership experience, and he also holds a PhD in Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark. He also has extensive experience in strategic collaboration with both public and private global customers.
As CRO, Frank will focus on commercialization of Cerebriu’s technology within hospitals, radiology groups and distributors worldwide and develop new revenue streams.
“I am excited to have Frank on our team,” said Robert Lauritzen, Chief Executive Officer at Cerebriu. “With his strong commercial MedTech background, Frank will be taking the lead on commercialization of Cerebriu’s radiology workflow automation solutions.”
“I am excited to join Cerebriu and lead its ambitious growth journey.” said Frank Rasmussen, PhD. “Cerebriu’s value proposition is hitting a sweet spot in the market by addressing a major pain point in private and public Radiology clinics globally: The need to increase throughput and improve quality of care and patient experience – without increasing workload. I look forward to commercializing Cerebriu’s solutions and together with the competent Cerebrians create a profitable and global, radiology AI business”.
“With more than a decade of senior-level sales, marketing, and business development experience in the medical device industry, Frank will make a valuable addition to Cerebriu,” said Board Chairman Peter Savas. “His extensive expertise will enable Frank to make a major contribution to the company’s goals and I look forward to working with him.”
Cerebriu aims to improve diagnostic imaging workflow efficiency, quality of care and patient outcomes. Cerebriu’s software solution, Apollo, aims to achieve this by automating image acquisition protocols and patient triage during MRI brain acquisition. Ultimately this results in improved productivity, prioritizing the right patients at the right time with less burden on clinicians.
For more information, please visit www.cerebriu.com
Oded Yair Menuhin
BD & Strategic Partnerships Manager