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February 2018

Bsc.Sc. Peter Mossner, Denmark appointed as CDO (Chief Development Officer).

With his vast experience in medical device development, he is a great asset for us with the following education:

2007 - 2011             Certified Senior Project Manager (IPMA-B, Prince 2, PMI, MSP)

2004 - 2005             Graduate, Pharmaceutical Process Academy (Novo Nordisk)

1986 - 1990             Bsc.Sc. Electronics & Computer Science (Danish Technical University)

 

He has held the following positions:

 

2012 – 2017            General Manager, New Businesses, GN Store Nord

2011 – 2012            Senior Director, Head of Engineering site CPH, Aricent

2007 – 2011            Senior SW Program Development Manager, Nokia Denmark

2002 – 2007            Project Manager, Contract & License Manufacture, Novo Nordisk

1994 – 2002            Manager, Automation, NNE Pharmaplan

1991 – 1994            Automation Engineer, Kemp & Lauritzen

 

Microbiologist Odd Odinsen, Oslo is engaged as CLO (Chief Laboratory Officer).

  

Course in Tropical Medicine (Diploma)                                         April 2015 – November 2015

Bjørknes University College Oslo, Norway

TICC, Tanga Tanzania

 

University College Exam in Project Management                   February 2011 – June 2011

Metier Academy/Oslo University College, Norway

 

Medical Laboratory Engineer, BSc                                                     August 1977- June 1979

Oslo Engineering College

 

Laboratory Course in general Chemistry KJ1                                1968 -1970

Institute of Chemistry,

Bergen University, Norway

 

Examen Philosophicum                                                                       August - December 1968

Bergen University, Norway

 

PhD Miroslav Havranek, Praha, Czech Republic engaged as scientific advisor related to acoustical measurement in soft tissue.

FUNDING

  • Export Finance Service AS engaged as a consultant in EU application for grants.
  • NFR (Norwegian Research Council) granted NOK 50.000,- for application to the SME instrument phase 1.

DEVELOPMENT

  • We are now planning to run a number of in-vitro tests in parallel with human test in ShareLab at Oslo Science Park.

  • 3M in Denmark is engaged to provide us with optimal medical grade tape for attaching the sensor to the body.
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