– UK, London – BTG plc (LSE:BTG), the global specialist healthcare company, today announces the appointment of Gregory Barrett as a non-executive director of the Board.
Greg has a broad range of commercial experience in the US medtech industry, with a focus on interventional medicine therapies. He is currently a non-executive director of Cutera Inc and was previously President and Chief Executive Officer of DFINE Inc, Barrx Medical Inc, and ACMI Corporation. Prior roles include leading a minimally invasive surgery division of Boston Scientific, both in US and in emerging markets. Greg has also held a series of senior sales and marketing roles at a number of companies including Baxter Healthcare and C.R. Bard.
Garry Watts, BTG’s Chairman, commented: “Greg brings a strong track record to BTG, with significant US commercial and international medtech experience, which will be of great benefit to us as we continue to implement our growth plans.”
BTG is a global specialist healthcare company bringing to market innovative products in specialist areas of medicine to better serve doctors and their patients. We have a portfolio of Interventional Medicine products to advance the treatment of cancer, severe emphysema, severe blood clots and varicose veins, and Specialty Pharmaceuticals that help patients overexposed to certain medications or toxins. Inspired by patient and physician needs, BTG is investing to expand its portfolio to address some of today’s most complex healthcare challenges.
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