Pulse Biosciences Announces Two Appointments Focused on CellFX™ Commercialization: Promotion of Edward Ebbers and Addition of Robert Tyson

Pulse Biosciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:PLSE), a medical technology company bringing to market its proprietary CellFX™ System, today announced the promotion of Edward Ebbers to Executive Vice President and General Manager, Dermatology, and the addition of Robert Tyson as Vice President of Sales, North America. The leadership pair brings more than 35 years of combined experience commercializing novel technologies in the aesthetic dermatology market and the necessary skillsets to launch and scale the CellFX System and its growing pipeline of applications into the aesthetic dermatology market.

Mr. Ebbers will assume the new role of EVP immediately and will continue to lead the strategy and execution of the launch of Pulse Bioscience’s CellFX System. Mr. Ebbers joined the Company in July 2016 as Vice President and General Manager, Dermatology, bringing over 35 years of leadership and management experience with major dermatology, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, including deep experience introducing products with utilization-based revenue models in the private pay aesthetic dermatology market. During his tenure at Pulse Biosciences, he has led the development of the strategic roadmap and managed the Company’s applications of its proprietary non-thermal Nano-Pulse Stimulation™ (NPS™) technology in dermatology. Mr. Ebbers has assembled a prestigious network of key thought leaders in aesthetic dermatology who are key in guiding the Company’s pursuit of an expanding array of challenging skin applications that take advantage of the CellFX System’s differentiated cell-selective effects.

“In a short period of time, Ed has proven to be an exceptional leader with a deep understanding and strong relationships in the dermatology field. He is uniquely qualified to lead the commercialization of our CellFX System as we build an exciting business in dermatology,” said Darrin Uecker, Pulse Biosciences’ President and Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Tyson joins Pulse Biosciences to build and deploy a sales team after serving as a business and sales planning consultant for the Company for the last six months. He brings a proven track record as a sales leader with over 20 years of medical technology experience. Mr. Tyson began his medical technology sales career with a strong foundation at Ethicon, Inc. and Edwards Lifesciences, and more recently led successful North American Sales teams for Zeltiq Aesthetics, Miramar Labs, Ulthera, Inc., and Reliant Technologies, all of which featured utilization-based revenue models.

“I am delighted to welcome Bobby to the Pulse team as we create a successful sales force to introduce the CellFX System. Bobby has a stellar reputation among physicians and peers that reflects his strong commitment to customer relationships, ongoing service and practice growth. We are confident that Pulse will benefit greatly from having two strong leaders like Ed and Bobby spearheading our first product launch,” concluded Uecker.

Procedures conducted with the novel CellFX system continue to demonstrate strong positive results in clinical studies clearing benign lesions, including seborrheic keratosis and sebaceous hyperplasia. Encouraging data from ongoing immunotherapy studies of the CellFX procedure in human Basal Cell Carcinoma, combined with a growing pipeline of potential indications, have also been recently reported by the Company.

“I am honored to work with an innovative team committed to evolving an exceptional mechanism of action into a first-rate, new treatment category that will bring high value for our customers and stakeholders. It’s exciting to reunite with Bobby to drive CellFX commercialization and business growth for Pulse Biosciences,” said Ebbers.

Tyson commented: “I look forward to once again working with Ed and the entire Pulse Biosciences team to launch the breakthrough potential of the CellFX system and deepen our collaboration with key opinion leaders in the field of aesthetic dermatology.”

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