Tuesday, 01 December 2020


Indian medtech veteran is ERBA operations VP

08 February 2013 | News | By BioSpectrum Bureau

Mr Mohan Gopalkrishnan - The new operations vice president of ERBA Diagnostics

Mr Mohan Gopalkrishnan - The new operations vice president of ERBA Diagnostics

Singapore: ERBA Diagnostics has appointed Mr Mohan Gopalkrishnan as vice president of operations. He will be based in ERBA's Miami headquarters.

Mr Kevin Clark, president and chief executive officer of ERBA Diagnostics, said, "Mohan Gopalkrishnan's appointment as VP operations is a welcome strengthening of our management team. With a lifelong career in the healthcare industry, we expect that Mohan's experience will strengthen the management team and improve efficiencies to help the company reach its full potential."

Mr Gopalkrishnan, age 57, has over 30 years of experience in the diagnostics and medical devices industry. He started his career with Boehringer Mannheim in India and spent the last 15 years with Becton Dickinson, starting as a business leader for medical devices in India and then as ERP Leader for Asia and business director for Asia, based in Singapore and during the last five years, in the US as senior director with global responsibility for a $550 million franchise.

Mr Clark continued, "Mohan Gopalkrishnan has demonstrated that he is an experienced business leader with a consistent track record of building sustainable businesses across countries, regions and global platforms with strong strategic capabilities balanced with intense execution focus to drive growth through customer centric product and services innovation."

He also added, "We are confident that Mohan will be a catalyst of change for driving and sustaining growth and developing talent within our organization."


Sign up for the editor pick and get articles like this delivered right to your inbox.

Editors Pick
+Country Code-Phone Number(xxx-xxxxxxx)


Comments

× Your session has been expired. Please click here to Sign-in or Sign-up
   New User? Create Account