Dick Moberg, Founder and CEO
Dick has been a leading force in the neurological monitoring industry for over 30 years. As a recent engineering graduate in the 1970's, Dick worked for a neurosurgeon, performing intraoperative neurological monitoring as well as research on neurological injury. This background and the chance meeting of Gary Trapuzzano, former VP of Engineering and Manufacturing, led to the development of the first low-cost EEG and evoked potentials monitor, the Neurotrac, in 1982. Over subsequent years, Dick formed two successive start-up companies that developed next-generation neurological monitoring products, the latest being Moberg ICU Solutions. These developments were funded through sales of research systems, profits, and grants from the National Institutes of Health as well as the Department of Defense. Dick continues his activities in developing future technology in neuromonitoring and informatics. He speaks frequently at scientific events, collaborates with multiple universities and industry partners, and is the author of several book chapters on this new topic.
Tom Moyer, Vice President of Engineering and Manufacturing
Tom has been with Moberg ICU Solutions since 2005. In his initial role as Senior Project Engineer, he had a wide range of responsibilities, including the design of our EEG Amplifiers and the creation and oversight of manufacturing operations. Tom is also the architect of Moberg’s Quality System. Now, as VP of Engineering and Manufacturing, Tom enjoys the privilege of working with our dedicated and talented staff to advance multimodal monitoring at Moberg ICU Solutions in combination with contributing to Micromed R&D efforts. In addition to his work at Moberg ICU Solutions, Tom has extensive experience as an Electrical Engineer in a variety of industries, including aerospace, material handling and manufacturing.
Anna Rodriguez, Product Manager
Anna holds a Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Engineering from Drexel University, with special focus on multimodal signal processing and medical devices. She has investigated the neurological underpinnings of cognitive performance differences between healthy subjects and traumatic brain injury patients. Anna was a research assistant professor with the School of Biomedical Engineering at Drexel University, during which time she engaged in creating solutions that would directly benefit patients by applying a translational approach to her research. She joined Moberg ICU Solutions in 2014; as part of her responsibilities, she manages collaborations with research centers and private partners for the advancement of multimodal data integration for clinical use within intensive care units.
Ben Goldberg, CFO
Ben Goldberg is a seasoned financial and operations management executive. He was the founder of BSG Advisors, a consulting firm with a practice focused on providing financial and operating management expertise to emerging growth and middle market companies, particularly in the technology, life sciences, cleantech, and advanced manufacturing industries. He served these clients as an interim or part-time CFO and/or COO, or on a project or transaction, such as an acquisition, divestiture or licensing transaction, due diligence, strategic and operational planning and budgeting, business plan and investor presentation development, cash flow management, turnaround and crisis management, financing, or systems selection and implementation. He also performed due diligence for early stage investors and assists them in transactions. As part-time CFO of an Israeli diagnostics company he helped establish a US presence, sought out partnering opportunities and helped raise the first US venture capital.
Eric Relkin, Vice President of Sales – Micromed USA
Eric Relkin efficiently conducted the integration of the Moberg and Micromed sales teams and is responsible for determining sales strategy in the US market. Eric brings to Micromed a unique blend of experience from both the medical and non-medical space. He worked for global medical company Cyberonics/LivaNova for over twelve years, starting off as a Sales Representative in New York before being promoted to Sales Leader, where he managed the Northwest and Southeast regions of the United States. He moved on as the Director of Marketing, which included Sales Training and Corporate Strategy, and was again promoted to VP of Global Marketing, Sales Training, and Strategy. His passion for the medical industry brought him to Micromed.
Kristen Hitner, Chief Marketing Officer – Micromed
Kristen oversees the downstream global marketing activities for both Moberg and Micromed, its parent company. She holds a B.S. in Sociology from the University of Ottawa, ON Canada and B.A. in Marketing with 15 years of marketing experience in the medical device space. She has a passion and demonstrated proficiency in developing Go-To-Market strategies, and has built several market-dominant brands throughout her career. Kristen is also experienced in managing multiple product lines, leveraging research, analysis and market insight for successful brand and product positioning on a global scale. Kristen’s primary focus is to continue to build brand recognition for the company and help evangelize the value of the CNS Monitor and multimodal monitoring to the neurocritical care market.