Ronald McClurg Is Appointed CFO of NeuroOne Medical Technologies: A 30+ Year Experienced Financial Executive

Ronald McClurg

January 7, 2021

Ronald McClurg has been appointed chief financial officer of NeuroOne Medical Technologies.

Ronald McClurg has over 30 years of financial leadership experience with both public and privately held companies.

Ronald McClurg has held the role of CFO for a number of public companies including Orthomet, Inc., Video Sentry Corporation, and Insignia Systems, Inc. He also held the role of CFO at Incisive Surgical, a privately held medical device company. He began his career in public accounting with Ernst and Young, where he earned his CPA certificate.

Dave Rosa, President and CEO of NeuroOne, says, “Over the past quarter the Company has made great progress in achieving key milestones and building our infrastructure. With our future goal to uplist to a major national securities exchange, it became critical to add a seasoned senior financial executive such as Ron. His broad experience with both public and private companies as well as his familiarity with medical device companies make him an ideal fit for the role of CFO at NeuroOne. We are very fortunate to have him as part of the NeuroOne family and look forward to working with him.”

Ronald McClurg states, “I’m excited to join the NeuroOne team because I believe in the Company’s growth strategy to improve outcomes for patients suffering from neurological disorders and enhance shareholder value. I feel that my skills and experience will complement those of the rest of the NeuroOne leadership team.”

NeuroOne received FDA clearance for its Evo™ cortical electrode technology in November 2019. It plans to submit a second 510(k) application for its sEEG electrode technology in the first half of 2021 to bolster its product portfolio for use in recording, monitoring and stimulating brain tissue for up to 30 days. In addition, the Company continues developing therapeutic electrodes for use in Parkinson’s Disease, epilepsy and back pain due to failed back surgery.

In partnership with Mayo Clinic, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) and other prominent academic medical centers, the Company began developing its cortical electrode technology in 2015. The Company initially focused its efforts on the epilepsy and intraoperative tumor monitoring markets. NeuroOne intends to continue to develop the technology for use in therapeutic applications for Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy and pain management due to failed back surgery procedures.

In July 2020, NeuroOne executed a distribution and development agreement with Zimmer Biomet that provides exclusive rights to distribute NeuroOne’s current Evo cortical electrodes and its sEEG electrode product line once it has received FDA clearance.

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