About EOS imaging

EOS imaging is a global medical device company that provides innovative, low dose 2D/3D imaging and software solutions. We design unique imaging systems and Advanced Orthopedic Solutions (AOS) to collectively bridge the entire spectrum of care, from imaging to surgical planning and post-operative assessment capabilities for orthopedic surgery.

As a team, our mission is to connect imaging to care. That means delivering safe, accurate, and consistent imaging data to improve patient outcomes while supporting clinical efficiency. Our company is challenging the status quo in medical imaging and orthopedic care workflows with powerful, patient-centered solutions.

Over 1 million patient exams per year
400 systems installed worldwide
Available in 40 countries

Our history

Originally founded as Biospace Med in 1989, EOS imaging has grown into a worldwide provider of advanced medical imaging systems and solutions.

EOS imaging is the result of years of collaboration between world-class physicists, engineers, radiologists, and surgeons. Our company was built by Georges Charpak, a brilliant scientist in the field of radiology and imaging, and recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1992.

The first EOS systems were installed in Europe and North America in 2008. In 2012, EOS imaging became a publicly traded company on Euronext Paris (EOSI). Today, we support providers who serve patients across more than 40 countries.

EOS imaging is based in Paris and has five subsidiaries in Besançon (France), St. Paul – Minneapolis (USA), Montréal (Canada), Frankfurt (Germany), and Singapore.

Our team

EOS imaging is a growing team of medical technology experts, innovators, and business leaders. We work alongside our clinical and academic partners to develop new image-based solutions that drive exceptional patient outcomes.
Governance
Management
  • Gérard Hascoët
    Chairman of the Board

    Gérard Hascoët began his career in the medical technology business of Thomson CGR. As a serial entrepreneur, in 1985, he founded Technomed International, which is now a part of EDAP TMS, a Company dedicated to non-invasive medical treatment in urology. In 1993, he founded Sometec, a hemodynamic monitoring company acquired by Arrow International, and IMMI, a neurosurgical robotics company acquired by ISS. From 2008 to 2011, Gérard was CEO of SpineVision, a spinal implant company, and he continues to serve on the company’s Board of Directors. In 2009, he co-founded MD Start, a European incubator for medical technology companies, where he holds the position of Executive Chairman. Gérard is also a Venture Partner of Sofinnova, one of the leading European healthcare venture capital firms.

    Gérard holds a degree in engineering from E.C.E Paris.

  • Mike Lobinsky
    Chief Executive Officer

    Mike Lobinsky brings over 20 years in Medical Device Development. Served as U.S. Vice President, Sales and Implementation – Robotics at Smith&Nephew, which he joined through their 2016 acquisition of Blue Belt Technologies, a global leader in surgical robotics. At Blue Belt, he served as Vice President, Sales, leading all sales related activities for the company’s Navio surgical system, which provides robotics-assistance in knee replacement surgery. From 2006 to 2013, Mr. Lobinsky served in roles of increasing responsibly at BioMedix Vascular Solution, most recently as Vice President, Sales and Marketing. He has also held sales, marketing and management positions at Stryker Imaging, BrainLAB and Dentsply.

    Mike has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Business Administration from University of Wisconsin – River Falls.

  • Marie Meynadier
    Board Member

    Marie Meynadier has over 25 years of experience in the high tech and medical device Industries. After receiving her PhD, she joined Bellcore (Red Bank, NJ) and ATT Bell Labs (Murray Hill, NJ), where she conducted research on semiconductor devices. She then returned to France to lead the management of major national and international development programs in electronics, optics and microelectronics, which enabled the creation of several start-ups in these areas. Marie joined the medical field in 1999, taking leadership at the start-up Biospace lab, where she specialized in preclinical imaging and rapidly turned it into a profitable business. She has been exclusively dedicated to EOS imaging since 2008.

    Marie holds a degree in Electronic Engineering from Sup Telecom and a PhD (Doctorate) from the Ecole Normale Supérieure.

  • Eric Beard
    Board Member

    Eric Beard joined Baxter Healthcare in 1975, where he pursued an international career, principally in North America, Asia Pacific and Europe. He held various positions of increasing responsibility in finance and later was in charge of Baxter's renal products in various countries and regions. In 1999, Eric assumed global responsibility for the dialysis business as President. In 2001, he was appointed President of Baxter EMEA. He joined Sorin Group in 2003 as International President in charge of worldwide sales and marketing. Eric is currently Director of Invizius .

    Eric holds a BSc in Finance and an MBA from Leuven University.

  • Antoine Vidal
    Board Member

    Antoine Vidal has more than 10 years of experience in asset management and corporate finance, mostly in the healthcare and medical equipment industries.

    Antoine has been an Executive Director in the health division of Fosun, in charge of European healthcare investments, since September 2017.  He has also been heading Fosun Management (France) since August 2018. Before joining Fosun, Antoine was a Partner at Valiance Advisors LLP, a London-based investment company providing growth capital to innovative medical device companies.  Between 2008 and 2013, Antoine held several positions in Mergers & Acquisitions and Capital Markets at Royal Bank of Scotland.

  • Michèle Lesieur
    Board Member

    Mrs. Michèle Lesieur was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Philips France from 2011 to 2016. She served as Chairman of the Executive Board of SuperSonic Imagine from 2016 to 2018, and as Chief Executive Officer of SuperSonic Imagine from 2018 to 2020. She also served as President of the subsidiaries of SuperSonic Imagine from 2017 to 2020. In addition, she has been an independent director of Prodways Group SA since June 2019.

  • Mike Lobinsky
    Chief Executive Officer

    Mike Lobinsky brings over 20 years in Medical Device Development. Served as U.S. Vice President, Sales and Implementation – Robotics at Smith&Nephew, which he joined through their 2016 acquisition of Blue Belt Technologies, a global leader in surgical robotics. At Blue Belt, he served as Vice President, Sales, leading all sales related activities for the company’s Navio surgical system, which provides robotics-assistance in knee replacement surgery. From 2006 to 2013, Mr. Lobinsky served in roles of increasing responsibly at BioMedix Vascular Solution, most recently as Vice President, Sales and Marketing. He has also held sales, marketing and management positions at Stryker Imaging, BrainLAB and Dentsply.

    Mike has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Business Administration from University of Wisconsin – River Falls.

  • Valérie Worrall
    Chief Financial Officer

    Valérie Worrall has over 20 years’ experience in Finance in the Healthcare industry. She had a long tenure with Novartis and worked in a number of their divisions. Her international career led her to the United States, South East Asia, Switzerland, Great Britain and France. Most recently, she was the CFO of Balt, a French medical device company.  She joined EOS imaging in 2018 as the Chief Financial Officer.

    Valérie Worrall has a Masters in Management from HEC Paris.

  • Eric Maulavé
    Chief Operating Officer

    Eric Maulavé has over 25 years of experience and began his career as business engineer for the IT and Multimedia sectors within the Philips Group. He subsequently held various international positions as Sales and Marketing Director in several high tech departments of the group. After two years in Hong Kong, he joined the Healthcare division of Philips in 2007 to lead the sales and marketing activities of radiology for EMEA, LATAM, APAC, then the Home Healthcare Solutions activity for emerging markets. Eric joined EOS imaging in 2012 and brings a strong background in international medical equipment sales.

    Eric has an MBA in Finance from the University of Hartford in Connecticut, Massachusetts, USA.

  • Carl Denys
    VP Global Marketing

    Carl Denys brings over 25 years of global medical industry experience in upstream/downstream marketing, business development, and sales operations. Carl has held senior management positions at IMRIS, St. Jude Medical, and Boston Scientific where he excelled at global market and sales planning, cross-functional leadership, lead generation, global commercialization and product management.

    He joined EOS imaging in January 2019. Carl has a B.S in Biomedical Engineering degree from Belgium and an Executive MBA from the Carlson School of Management at University of Minnesota.

  • Didier Saint-Felix
    Transformation Director

    Didier Saint-Félix has over 30 years of experience in the research and development of innovative medical imaging systems. Didier began his career at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). In 1986, he joined General Electric Healthcare to develop the first 3D angiography system used with a 2D detector, a system that is now in daily clinical use. He then led GE's research and development on mammography, completely renewing the product line and introducing digital technology. Didier is also a specialist in the quality and regulations that apply to medical imaging. He joined EOS imaging in 2006 to adapt the EOS® prototype to an industrial and commercial setting and now manages the company's production and service activities.

    Didier holds a diploma in Electrical Engineering from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Electricité, France, and a PhD (Doctorate) in Signal Processing from Paris XI University.

  • Hélène Roty
    Director of Human Resources

    Hélène Roty has over 20 years of Human Resources experience in various high technology companies. She began her career in the Smart Card industry at Gemalto, which is now the Digital Security Business Unit of Thales Group. In 2009 she joined Dassault Systèmes and led the integration of a recently acquired start up, Exalead, into the Dassault Systèmes Group. She then spent 4 years as HR Business Partner for South Europe in MathWorks. Helene joined EOS imaging in October 2019 bringing strong knowledge in HR Business Partnering, People Development, Employment law and cultural change management.

    Helene graduated from Audencia Business School, with a major in Human Resources.

Partners

Clinical Partners

EOS is the result of strong interactions with orthopedic surgeons and radiologists, who shared with EOS engineers their dissatisfaction with the dose and diagnostic information available through standard CT and X-ray exams. Amongst them was Pr. Jean Dubousset, one of the twentieth century’s most famous spinal deformity surgeons. Today, EOS imaging nurtures a strong collaboration with clinical research teams in dozens of top-ranked hospitals around the world on topics that range from musculoskeletal radiology and dose reduction to advanced orthopedic applications based on 3D personalized patient models.

Academic Partners

EOS imaging maintains long-term collaborative relationships with several leading institutions such as ENSAM ParisTech Human Biomechanics Institute Georges Charpak in Paris, the lmaging and Orthopedics Research Laboratory of the Ecole de Technologie Supérieure (ETS) in Montreal, Telecom ParisTech’s Laboratory of Excellence for imaging processing and others, and is an active member of the Competitiveness Cluster MEDICEN Ile de France. EOS is a supporting partner of several French and European collaborative research projects, some of which include FP7, Eurostars, FUI and ANR Tecsan.

The EOS solution refers to the following medical devices manufactured by EOS imaging:
- EOS System
- EOSedge
- sterEOS workstation
and to the following medical devices manufactured by oneFIT medical:
- EOSapps refer to hipEOS and spineEOS

Outsourced 3D modeling uses the FDA cleared sterEOS workstation and does not provide diagnostic or treatment recommendations. The 3D information proposed by outsourced 3D modeling is limited to the intended use of the sterEOS workstation. The sterEOS workstation is intended for use in the fields of musculoskeletal radiology and orthopedics in both pediatric and adult populations as a general device for acceptance, transfer, display, storage, and digital processing of 2D X-ray images of the musculoskeletal system including interactive 2D measurement tools. When using 2D X-ray images obtained with the EOS imaging systems, the sterEOS workstation provides interactive 3D measurement tools.

Please read carefully the labeling provided with the devices.
Caution: US Federal law restricts these devices to sale by or on the order of a physician.