PEOPLE - Irish Medical Devices Association elects vice-chairman:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Irish Medical Devices Association (IMDA) has elected Michael Loftus, general manager for Becton Dickinson in Ireland, as vice-chairman. Mr Loftus has been with BD for 15 years, including four years in the US as head of the "world's largest syringe-manufacturing site". He is currently a member of the European operating committee for BD Diabetes Care and a director of Benex, a Shannon-based transaction centre for BD. His election at IMDA's board meeting of February 16 follows the decision of Pat Forristal (Stryker Orthopaedics) to step down due to other work commitments.
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