CEO and Founder
We are a spin-off from the Netherlands Cancer Institute and have our roots firmly embedded in the surgical clinic.
At the Netherlands Cancer Institute, researchers recognized the need and opportunity to simplify and improve the localization technology for the surgical removal of breast cancers. This work resulted in the first development and clinical demonstration of magnetic seed localization. Sirius Medical perfected this technique and further developed this to a product, the Sirius Pintuition System. We were born to make things better; we are passionate about bringing better solutions while making healthcare more affordable. We are proud of our partnerships with medical professionals; together we develop surgical solutions to improve care for cancer patients.
We improve care for cancer patients by delivering unsurpassed, yet affordable solutions that enable precise and efficient surgical removal of early stage tumors.
We strive to be a trusted partner in the clinic and for the surgical treatment of cancer patients:
CEO and Founder
Clinical Applications Specialist and Founder
Director of Operations
Director of Marketing and Sales
Director of Quality
Business Developer Strategic Accounts & Commercial Partnerships
Market access Manager
Business Developer Belgium, Netherlands and LuxembourgKees.firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Developer United KingdomChris.email@example.com
Business Developer Italy and SwitzerlandMarco.firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Developer Spain and PortugalThijs.email@example.com
Business Developer AustriaWolfgang.firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Navarra, Madrid, Spain
Leiden University Medical Centre, Leiden, The Netherlands
Guys & St Thomas, London, UK Great Britain
At Sirius Medical we are always looking for motivated and talented individuals to join our team and help us on our journey.
If you are looking for information about a career opportunity, vacancies or you are looking for a (graduation) internship don’t hesitate to get in touch. Want to make things better?