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Doug is a tech-savvy, forward-thinking Medical Device Executive with a 20+ year track record of driving operational excellence for research & product development organizations. He has contributed millions to top- and bottom-line growth of companies through organizational design, operational performance improvement, and implementation of emerging and disruptive technologies. Since joining Corindus in 2016, Doug has transformed the organization from a robotics startup into a fast growing, healthcare technology company aimed at disrupting the care model for stroke and heart attack. He has positioned Corindus as the global leader in vascular robotics though development of a second-generation robotic system and advanced capabilities in procedural automation, AI, and telerobotics. Under Doug’s leadership in 2018, Corindus completed the world’s first-in-human remote robotic heart procedure. Prior to joining Corindus, Doug served as Vice President in Boston Scientific’s development organization, responsible for strategy and operations of its global clinical and preclinical research functions. During his tenure at Boston Scientific, Doug played a key role in returning the company to profitability and growth. He accelerated pivotal development programs such as the Promus Element™ Stent and Lotus™ Valve TAVI System and improved operations for multiple large-scale laboratory and research facilities. Doug holds Master of Science and Bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and served as an Engineer in the United States Army Reserves.