Di Silvio resigns as Pyng CEO
This article was originally published in Clinica
Robert Di Silvio has resigned as president and CEO of emergency trauma care and resuscitation firm Pyng Medical. His resignation is effective as of 30 September, after which he will join an unnamed medical company based in the San Francisco Bay area. Mr Di Silvio will remain as a member of Pyng’s board of directors. Mark Hodge will become Pyng’s interim president and CEO on 1 October, a role he is expected to hold for six months. Mr Hodge is a management consultant that has been working with Pyng since June 2009. He previously worked for Medtronic and Boston Scientific in a marketing, operations and engineering capacity.