Mr. Wang Yiqun Bruce (王亦群), an executive Director and executive vice president of our company. He is primarily responsible for the R&D and the international business of our Group.
Mr. Wang has over 25 years of experience in the neuro-intervention industry. Prior to joining our Group, from September 1986 to December 1990, Mr. Wang worked as an assistant engineer at 621 Research Institute of Aviation Industry Corporation (航空工业总公司621研究所), a comprehensive scientific research institute principally engaged in the technological and engineering research of advanced aeronautical materials. From 1991 to 1995, Mr. Wang served as a researcher at the University of Florida in the United States where he was primarily conducting the research of materials science. From November 1995 to 2013, Mr. Wang successively served as a principal engineer, senior marketing manager and group product manager at Boston Scientific Corporation, a manufacturer of medical devices used in interventional medical specialties, where he was primarily responsible for the R&D and the sales and marketing of neuro-interventional products. From 2013 to 2015, Mr. Wang served as a managing director and chief executive officer of Medinova Global LLC, a company principally engaged in the development and consultancy of marketing channels for medical device companies. Mr. Wang was recognized as an expert of the Shanghai Foreign Elite Talent Introduction Program (上海海外高层次人才引进计划) in 2016. He was awarded the First Prize for Science and Technology Award of Shanghai (上海市科技进步奖一等奖) by the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government (上海市人民政府) in 2020.
Mr. Wang obtained his bachelor’s degree in polymer materials from Beijing Institute of
Chemical Technology (北京化工学院) (now known as Beijing University of Chemical Technology (北京化工大学)) in the PRC in July 1986, his master of science degree in materials science and engineering from the University of Florida in the United States in December 1992 and his second master’s degree of business administration executive program from Temple University in the United States in May 2006.