Desktop Health appoints Dr Wally Renne as Vice President of Clinical Strategy
Office metal Office health brand has appointed Wally Renne, DMD, as vice president of clinical strategy.
The company was founded earlier this year by Desktop Metal as the 3D printing company looked to strengthen its role in the medical industry. Dr. Renne joins us to advance Desktop Health’s clinical strategy for 3D printing technological solutions in digital dentistry.
As a highly experienced educator and researcher, Dr Renne leads all learning and innovation initiatives at the Modern Optimized Dentistry (MOD) Institute – which he founded – in Charleston, SC, while publishing over 30 dental studies. He is a contributing member of MOD Aesthetics, the private practice arm of MOD, and has also served as Professor and Associate Dean of Innovation and Digital Dentistry at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Renne also holds several patents, including one for a long-term antimicrobial dental materials platform.
In his role at Desktop Health, Dr. Renne will design and implement clinical studies that meet patient needs and provide strategic direction for product development, education and downstream business activities. He will also lead several clinical programs and guide the strategy and clinical development plan for the company’s global dental business.
“Dr. Renne is an exceptional addition to the growing Desktop Health team,” commented Michael Jafar, President and CEO of Desktop Health. “With years of experience as both an active researcher and award-winning educator, Dr. Renne knows what it takes to ensure patient success and we are delighted to have him join our leadership team in this vital role. . “
“I am delighted to be part of an organization that is focused on the laser to provide cutting-edge innovation and education to dental practitioners, while ensuring that clinical excellence is at the heart of everything we do.” , added Dr Renne. “I am inspired by the fact that Desktop Health has ambitious goals in all areas of digital dentistry and is quickly becoming an important and valued partner of clinicians in the United States and abroad. “
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