neuroloop is designing a novel, closed loop implantable device.
We as B. Braun co-founded neuroloop in order to extend our experience and expertise in neurosurgery into the field of functional neurosurgery. Functional neurosurgery provides new treatment options for patients. We are excited to explore this innovative field with a dedicated and diverse team in Freiburg.
Dr. Jens von Lackum, Member of the Board B. Braun SE
The neuroloop story is a prime example of how technologies from science and research can be implemented in market-ready products through an aligned partnership between the university, the medical center, and international medical device players located in the region.
Prof. Dr. Hans-Jochen Schiewer, former Rector Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg
Diploma in Biology. Assistent professor at Dept. of Microsystems Engineering and Dept. of Neurosurgery. Focused on signal analysis and electronical engineering.
Esther is a healthcare people leader with a proven track record in several strategic and commercial roles across the MedTech Industry. Focused on delivering above-market performance and driving organization’s strategy and marketing.
Team Leader and Project Manager for many years in the medical device Industry, experienced in development, design transfer, production and approval of medical devices.
Diploma in Mechanical-Engineering. 20+ years of experience in various forms of companies.
Chief Digital Officer B. Braun SE
Member of the Board Aesculap AG
CEO Campus Technologies Freiburg GmbH
Vice President, Global Marketing and R&D Neurosurgery, Global Marketing Power Systems, Aesculap AG
Fomer PhD in Neurophysiology, board certified neurosurgeon. Chairman of the Dept. of Neurosurgery, University Medical Center Freiburg. Research focus on epilepsy.
PhD in Biomedical Engineering. Chairman of the Department of Biomedical Microsystems, University of Freiburg.
Attending, Dept. of Neurosurgery, University Medical Center Bochum Langendreer bei Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Head of neurosurgical Baroloop-team and preclinical studies.