TISSIUM CEO’s Vision Is To Make The Tissue Recon Label Stick
CEO Bancel Envisages TISSIUM As A Tissue Reconstruction Specialist Rather Than Simply A Provider Of A Technology
Christophe Bancel, CEO of French medtech innovator TISSIUM, has made a career in various parts of the health care products industry, identifying business opportunities, founding, directing and leading ventures, and planning for contingencies. The ex-Serono and UCB executive, who has had many other postings, is now testing his adaptability and leadership qualities by bringing a versatile class III synthetic polymer device into key markets.
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