Touch Bionics welcomes new CEO

Touch Bionics, developer of advanced upper-limb prosthetic technologies, today announced the appointment of its new Chief Executive Officer. Ian Stevens has taken over as CEO from Stuart Mead, who led Touch Bionics through its formative years as a commercial organisation.

“I am very pleased to be joining Touch Bionics at such an important point in the company’s evolution,” said Stevens. “I am looking forward to working with the team at Touch Bionics to ensure that the company enjoys continued success.”

“We are delighted to welcome Ian Stevens to the role of Chief Executive Officer of Touch Bionics,” said Colin McGill, Chairman of Touch Bionics. “We strongly believe he is the right person to lead the company through the next phase of its growth.”

About Touch Bionics

Touch Bionics is a developer of advanced upper limb prosthetics designed to bring a greater return to form and function for amputees and people with congenitally missing limbs. Touch Bionics created the i-LIMB Hand, the world’s first powered prosthetic hand with five articulating fingers, and was the first company to offer a powered prosthetic solution for patients with missing fingers, ProDigits.

In addition to its powered prosthetic hand and partial-hand products, Touch Bionics offers a range of custom aesthetic restoration solutions through its LIVINGSKIN offerings, passive prosthetic devices designed to match exactly to a person’s natural skin tone.