Augmedics: A Top Medical Device Company with Tim Murawski
With a master’s degree in Accounting, an MBA from North Dakota State University and numerous credentials in public relations, public speaking, finance and leadership, Tim Murawski knows a thing or two about business. But he also knows more about investing, finance, marketing, sales and strategic planning, and he has an eye for picking up a good startup. In his career, Tim Murawski has founded or been part of teams that have brought new medical technologies to market, raising over $6 billion from private investors. Tim earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, where he served on the University’s National Alumni Board.
He has also served on multiple university and industry advisory boards. Murawski holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Wayne State University. Augmedics is a leading manufacturer and supplier of medical devices and supplies and we’re excited about our latest developments. This includes the introduction of new products that will help meet the needs of our customers in the operating room and intensive care unit. Prior to his role as president and chief commercial officer at Augmedics, Tim Murawski was vice president of global sales at Intuitive Surgical, where he led the growth of the company from 3 to 15 percent of the $2 billion robotic surgical market. First and foremost, Tim Murawski states that the company targets the following segments:
- Gastroenterology/GI surgeries
- Sports medicine surgeries
- Coronary and cardiovascular surgery
- Major Markets
Tim Murawski roles include president and chief commercial officer of Augmedics, president and CEO of Manifold, LLC, president of Millennium Tissue Biomechanics, and medical director for Novation Inc. He has also worked with companies in the implantable medical device space including Medtronic, Alimed, J&J and Smith & Nephew. Prior to joining the medical device sector in 2013, Tim Murawski spent a decade in executive roles in medical technology companies focused on the cardiovascular and brain industries, including Abiomed, MultiStem, Janssen and Embarq.