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The Hague, Netherlands – Burlington MA, January 8th, 2020 – Cassini, a pioneer in the development of corneal diagnostic solutions, announced the appointment of Jan Egberts to the Board of Directors.
Jan has a medical degree from the Erasmus University, and pursued the clinical part of medical training at Harvard Medical School. Subsequently, Jan has obtained his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. His extensive executive career includes working for McKinsey & Company, serving as Vice President Business Development for Johnson & Johnson, as well as serving as CEO for OctoPlus N.V. and other private and public companies in the U.S. and Europe. In recent years, Jan has held numerous non-executive board positions in both public and private companies.
Joris Vogels, co-founder and CEO of Cassini Technologies, says: “Jan has an impressive career building and leading highly innovative companies within the medical space. I am very excited to have him on our Board of Directors. His guidance and involvement will be invaluable as our company continues to grow.”
Jan commented “I am very excited to join the Board of Directors of Cassini Technologies. Their highly talented team, as well as their unique and valuable contribution to improving clinical outcomes for cataract patients globally is exciting, and I am pleased to become part of the journey.”
For more information please contact:
Joris Vogels, CEO, +31 70 399 31 12 firstname.lastname@example.org
Cassini pioneers smart and highly accurate corneal diagnostic solutions that are affordable, fast and user-friendly, providing care providers worldwide with advanced technology that best serves their patients.
Cassini helps cataract surgeons to better understand properties of the total corneal in order to improve outcomes and increase premium patient satisfaction and volume. Cassini offers a full suite of examinations required for toric, extended depth of focus and multifocal IOL implantation, including corneal topography, posterior corneal analysis, mesopic and photopic pupillometry and full color photography. The technology employs red, green yellow and infrared LEDs that are positioned in unique relationships, giving each one a GPS-like coordinate. Cassini employs the ray-tracing principle to measure relative position, using the color LEDs as triangulation points.