Wilmington, DE and Or Yehuda, Israel, Oct. 21, 2021 (Globalrelease Wire) — Integrity Applications, Inc. (www.integrity-app.com) (OTCQB: IGAP), innovator of GlucoTrack®, a non-invasive device for measuring glucose levels in people with Type 2 diabetes and prediabetes, announced today that Paul V. Goode has been appointed as President and Chief Operating Officer, effective November 1, 2021.
Paul has served as a member of Integrity’s Board of Directors since December 17, 2020. Concurrent with his new appointment, Mr. Goode will be stepping down from the Board.
In this role, Paul will lead the company’s operations, overseeing strategy, design, manufacturing, business and product development and begin to build the U.S. infrastructure in preparation for the U.S. clinical trials of GlucoTrack.
Paul is a highly accomplished medical device professional with extensive experience in all areas of operations and product development, from initial concept to global commercialization. During his over twenty-year medical device career, Paul has spent considerable time working with innovative diabetes management technologies, including as Vice President of R&D at MetaCure, a neurostimulator device for Type 2 diabetes; Director of Engineering and Algorithm Development at DexCom, a global continuous glucose monitoring company; and, as Senior Engineer at MiniMed, Inc., maker of integrated insulin pump and continuous glucose sensor systems, prior to its acquisition by Medtronic. Paul received his BS, MS and PhD degrees from North Carolina State University, and is a named inventor on over 150 issued patents, including over 100 relating to DexCom’s continuous glucose sensing technology.
“Paul’s contributions to date as a member of the Board has been invaluable,” said Allen Danzig, member of Integrity’s Board of Directors and Chair of the Nominating, Governance and Compensation Committee. “We are excited that Paul is taking a more active, day-to-day role within the Company, and we look forward to his guidance and leadership as we continue driving the development of the GlucoTrack platform.
“I am delighted to take this new role at Integrity,” said Paul Goode. “In an area primed for innovation, we continue to advance on our mission to bring GlucoTrack to market and to improve the quality of life for all those suffering with diabetes and prediabetes around the world.”
GlucoTrack® is a truly non-invasive monitoring device that rapidly measures and displays an individual’s glucose level in about a minute without finger pricking or any pain. GlucoTrack® features an ear clip with sensors that clips to the earlobe and measures the user’s glucose level using innovative and patented sensor technologies. The measured signals are analyzed using a proprietary algorithm and then a calculated glucose level is displayed on a small handheld device the size of a small mobile phone. The glucose results are stored in the device and used to estimate HbA1c level using a proprietary algorithm. The device can also display glucose values graphically, enabling the user to monitor glucose levels over time. GlucoTrack® has received approvals for CE Mark in Europe and from the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety in South Korea for type 2 diabetes and prediabetes and is currently available in selected markets in Europe and Asia.
About Integrity Applications, Inc.
Integrity Applications, Inc. (OTCQB: IGAP) was founded in 2001 and is focused on the design, development, and commercialization of non-invasive glucose monitoring technologies for people with type 2 diabetes and prediabetes. The Company has developed GlucoTrack®, a proprietary non-invasive glucose monitoring device designed to obtain glucose level measurements in about a minute without the pain, incremental cost, difficulty, or discomfort of conventional invasive finger stick devices. Integrity Applications Inc. is a Delaware corporation, with headquarters in the United States and an R&D site in Ashdod, Israel. For more information, please visit http://www.integrity-app.com/ and http://www.glucotrack.com.
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