Live Interview with CEO of Asante Solutions - makers of the Snap Insulin Pump, Mark Estes

Mark has over 26 years of medical device experience in both marketing and engineering. Prior to joining Asante, Mark was the Director of Marketing for Advanced Bionics -- a Boston Scientific Company. While there, he brought to market the company's first commercially available implantable spinal cord stimulator for the treatment of chronic pain. Prior to Advanced Bionics, Mark was the Director of Marketing for Medtronic MiniMed. There, he helped develop and launch the Paradigm insulin pump and also helped to integrate Continuous Glucose Monitoring technology into the pump. Before Medtronic MiniMed, Mark worked his way up from Design Engineer to Senior Market Manager at Respironics. To date, he holds over 35 medical device patents. Mark earned his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and MSIA from Carnegie Mellon University.

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