Cerebriu Appoints Martin Lillholm as Chief Operation Officer

Martin Lillholm, PhD, Chief Operating Officer at Cerebriu. | Photo by: Oded Yair Menuhin

Martin Lillholm, PhD, co-founder & Chief Operation Officer at Cerebriu. | Photo by: Oded Yair Menuhin

Copenhagen, Denmark, 09/01/2023

Cerebriu announces that co-founder Martin Lillholm has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer.  

Martin Lillholm is a professor at the University of Copenhagen and one of the co-founders of Cerebriu. Martin is specialized in machine learning and medical image analysis and has an extensive background in compliance of medical devices, ensuring license to operate, regulatory compliance, and quality certification. Martin has led the regulatory affairs at Cerebriu simultaneously to his work as a full professor at the Department of Computer Science at University of Copenhagen. Moreover, until recently, Martin served as Deputy Head of the Department of Computer Science and has previously worked in industry in R&D and managerial roles.

As COO, Martin will be responsible for Cerebriu’s  day-to-day operations  as well as driving  realization of the company’s short and long terms goals in collaboration with the Cerebriu management team. Having a  strong scientific and managerial background, Martin will ensure the company  meets its strategic goals as Cerebriu is entering the commercial phase.

“I am excited to have Martin join full-time after driving our regulatory work since inception,” said Robert Lauritzen, Chief Executive Officer at Cerebriu. “Martin brings both scientific and organizational leadership critical for our growth as a deep tech company.”

“I am very happy that I’ve been given the opportunity to join Cerebriu full time as COO.” said Martin Lillholm, PhD. “Cerebriu is on an exciting journey where a unique combination of AI solutions and clinical relevance could bring much better and faster MR workflows to many more patients.”

À propos de Cerebriu  

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

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