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Miracor Medical Systems GmbH

There is No Better Way to Cure a Broken Heart ®

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Medical Devices and Equipment
  • Location Atzgersdorf, Vienna, Austria
  • Currency EUR
  • Founded June 2008
  • Employees 14
  • Website

Company Summary

More than 350,000 severe heart attack patients have poor microcirculation even after a successful stent/PCI procedure. These heart attack patients are younger (35-65 years old) and improving their outcome is essential to reduce health care costs. Miracor has developed the PICSO technology to address this big unmet clinical need, has obtained CE-mark and is currently conducting post-market clinical trials in acute coronary syndrome patients.


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    Jon H. Hoem

    Jon was part of the founding team of Miracor in May 2008. He has 20 years experience in advanced medical device development and international sales&marketing in cardiology and cardiac surgery. Jon started his medical device career in 1988 with Prof. Bjørn Angelsen after completing his high-speed electronics MSc degree in Trondheim, Norway. In 1990 he joined Vingmed Sound developing single- and multiplane transesophageal probes for ultrasound card

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    Ludwig Gold

    Ludwig has several years of experience in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries working as CFO/COO for Austrian-based subsidiaries of multinational companies. In his most recent position as CFO/COO for Bilfinger Berger Industrial Services Group, Ludwig had full P&L responsibility for the company operating in the international process industry. In his position, he negotiated international contracts with pharmaceutical companies (e.g., S

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    Lars Schiemanck

    Lars has almost 20 years of experience in the medical device industry. After graduation from the Technical University of Eindhoven, the Netherlands where he studied medical electrical engineering and information technology he worked as a lead embedded software engineer for a company designing and building high tech computer controlled industrial machines. He was asked by Prof. Reiber from the Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands to

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    Stephanie John
    Vice President Clinical & Regulatory Affairs

    Stephanie has more than a decade of clinical trial experience in the medical device field ranging in positions of increasing responsibility, from study coordinator to head of a clinical department. In her most recent position before joining Miracor, Stephanie was manager of Clinical & Regulatory Europe for Otologics, a U.S.-based company developing an implantable middle-ear device. At Otologics, she was responsible for device registrations, vigil

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    Delta Partners
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