Pro-Dex, a miniature rotary drive systems specialist, has appointed Harold Hurwitz as chief financial officer (CFO). Hurwitz succeeds Jeffrey Ritchey, who has left the company.
Through February 2010, Hurwitz was vice president and CFO for Interventional Spine, a medical device company focused on percutaneous systems for treatment of back pain. Prior to that, he was a principal consultant with McDermott & Bull, a retained executive search firm where he specialised in serving the life science industry.
From 1997 through 2004, Hurwitz was vice president and CFO for Micro Therapeutics, a developer and manufacturer of interventional neurovascular medical devices. He began his career with Coopers & Lybrand, where he served for 22 years, leading its life science and high technology practices in Orange County, California.
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