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Sterling Expands Medical Device Development Capabilities, Hires Larry Bischoff

Author: Dan Sterling | Date: September 29, 2009

SterlingTech Software Expands Medical Device Development Capabilities, Hires Larry Bischoff as Embedded Systems Manager New hire bolsters firm’s hardware and software development solutions Rochelle Park, NJ—SterlingTech Software, a leader in custom solutions for the medical device industry, announced today that it has hired Larry Bischoff as Embedded Systems Manager.

Mr. Bischoff will oversee SterlingTech’s Development and Engineering division. His team has been tasked with expanding the company’s medical device software offerings while significantly ramping up its hardware development capabilities, including external and implantable hardware solutions.

Before joining SterlingTech, Mr. Bischoff served as Engineering Manager in the New Jersey offices of Sydney, Australia-based Ventracor, Inc. Prior to that, he was Technical Staff Manager/Senior Design Engineer for Budd Lake, NJ-based St. Jude Medical/Advanced Neuromodulation Systems. He holds an M.S. in Engineering Management and an M.S in Electrical Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology (where he graduated Summa Cum Laude), and a B.S in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers University.

“As our company has grown, our clients have looked to us to design and engineer medical device hardware solutions that complement the successful work we’ve done for them on the software side,” said Dan Sterling, SterlingTech’s President.

“Larry Bischoff brings tremendous knowledge and specialized software and hardware development expertise to our team, along with over 15 years of experience in every phase of the medical device development lifecycle. We’re thrilled to add an engineer and manager of his caliber to SterlingTech.”

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