WORCESTER, Mass., Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of an initiative to expand and accelerate its medical device designand engineering service offering, Cogmedix has added Paul Dunleavy to its team of Caring Associates as its Vice President of Engineering.
"Over the past two years we have worked hard on our engineering processes
Paul Dunleavy is a graduate of Northeastern University and has a Bachelor's of Science in electrical engineering and a High-Tech Master's Degree in business administration. He served in the United States Marine Corps and has developed an impressive career in medical device development spanning more than 25 years. His experience includes engineering, quality assurance, regulatory compliance, clinical studies, and team leadership. Paul is also the founder and cofounder of two medical device companies and possesses several patents for medical equipment. In his new role as Vice President of Engineering, Mr. Dunleavy will oversee the design and development of new medical equipment at Cogmedix and direct the engineering team.
Cogmedix is a team of talented Caring Associates that brings OEM medical technology to life. Providing turnkey medical device manufacturing services to a broad range of medical and dental OEMs, Cogmedix delivers high-quality products to market with compliance, competence, and commitment. Cogmedix provides a high level of flexibility in product launch and demand management and aligns itself with innovative companies that maintain similarly high standards in honesty and integrity. Cogmedix is a subsidiary of Coghlin Companies, Inc., a privately held concept-to-commercialization firm spanning four generations. Visit Cogmedix and sign up for the e-Newsletter at www.cogmedix.com.
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