Chen is a seasoned leader in the healthcare space with vast experience in management and operational positions. Throughout her career, Chen contributed to and played an instrumental part of the Israeli biomed industry’s continuous growth.
Prior to leading XACT, Chen served as the Executive Director of BioJerusalem, an initiative of the Prime Minister’s Office of the government of Israel to foster the biomed industry in Jerusalem, where she established numerous ventures and collaborations. Before BioJerusalem, Chen served as the CEO of Biomagnesium Systems Ltd., a medical device incubator company. Prior to this, Chen played a key role in the establishment of BioLineRx, Israel’s first Biomed Incubator (now a TASE publically traded company).
Chen started her career in policy research, helping shape important government biomed industry support schemes. Chen is a member of the founding and steering committee of Women in the Life Sciences Organization (WLSO) in Israel.
Chen holds a BA degree in International relations and an MBA in finance, both from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Moran is a Technion graduate with 15 years of software systems development and project leadership experience. Moran has extensive experience in medical devices development, especially in the medical image-guided navigation area.
At his previous position, Moran managed the Software Development at ActiViews (a medical device start up). Prior to this, Moran held a position at IBM’s research lab in Haifa where his main focus was on developing tools and methods for software quality improvement.
Moran started his career at Odin Medical Technology (currently part of Medtronic Navigation) where he led the development of Odin’s MRI scanner navigation component.
Ofer holds a B.Sc. degree in mechanical engineering from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. Ofer brings to XACT over 15 years of mechanical design, project management, and team leadership experience in the medical device sector.
Prior to joining XACT, Ofer established and managed the mechanical team at Medingo, a startup company that developed an innovative insulin pump. During Ofer’s tenure at Medingo, the company matured from a small startup to 150 people at its peak, and was acquired by Roche. Other previous positions included working in Aran which provides development and engineering services to various companies, many of them in the medical field. This experience gave Ofer a wide perspective of many projects and areas of engineering.