Switzerland is a global leader in medical innovation, with many startups originating as spin-offs of its renowned universities like the ETH Zurich. Find out what it takes to bring an idea from research to the market and what support programs are available for Swiss founders.
In this online event, part of the Startup Stories series by STARTUP CAMPUS, founders from ETH will share the experience and knowledge they’ve gained on their journey and discuss how they are shaping the future of health.
Myriam LinggCEO & Co-Founder
Dr. Myriam Lingg is the Co-Founder and CEO of macu4, which provides people with arm deficits with reliable and user-centric products that meet basic needs and reduce costs through simplicity. Myriam is 41 years old and has 15+ years of expertise in orthopedics with assignments such as global product manager (at Heraeus medical, Germany), and regional distributor manager, and national marketing manager (at Smith&Nephew, Mexico). She has profound experience in budgeting, operations, marketing, sales & leading teams.
Philippe GanzCo-Founder & CEO
Philippe is the Co-Founder & CEO of aiEndoscopic. aiEndoscopic combines artificial intelligence with robotics to simplify complex endoscopic procedures, aiming for autonomy. The first application is intuBot – an assistive device for easier and safer tracheal intubation. Philippe graduated in biomedical engineering at ETH Zürich and has a background in regulatory compliance for medical devices. Growing up in Austria, he gained working experience from several medical companies, such as the Austrian Center for Medical Innovation and Technology. In his free time, you can find him either with a chess board or on the mats practicing Brazilian jiu-jitsu.