Annika Kaisdotter Andersson has a wealth of experience in the quality management of both small and large companies. Prior to joining ABB, she worked as Manager Operations & Quality at Hök Instrument AB and Senseair. Annika holds a Ph.D. in Electronics/Biomedical engineering, and the product developed and launched by Hök Instrument was based on her Ph.D. thesis(1) on breath alcohol analysis. For three years, Annika Kaisdotter Andersson was Vice President of the company, where she took part in establishing the production and is one of the patent holders.
“I first encountered Calmark in 2009 through the Go Global Medtech program, where the founders Mathias Karlsson and Sofia Hjort af Ornäs were among the participants. We have been in regular contact since Anna became the CEO, and I have followed the company’s journey with great interest. It is very inspiring to get the chance to join the team now, in this exciting and expansionary phase,” says Annika Kaisdotter Andersson. “I hope that my broad background focused on quality will contribute to continued success for the company. It also warms my heart to get the opportunity to return to medtech!”
"It gives us immense satisfaction that we have been able to convince Annika to join Calmark," says Anna Söderlund, CEO. “In view of the forthcoming global launch, with a large number of registrations across continents, and with the IVDR coming into effect next year, it is essential for us to strengthen our QA/RA resources. We already have a high level of competence in this area, thanks to Micke Lundh, and Annika will complement the team very well with her extensive experience from a variety of industries. I really look forward to welcoming her to the team!”
Annika Kaisdotter Andersson is a shareholder in Calmark Sweden AB and holds 45,808 B shares. She will take up position on April 12.
(1) Improved Breath Alcohol Analysis with Use of Carbon Dioxide as the Tracer Gas Improved breath alcohol analysis in patients with depressed consciousness - PubMed (nih.gov)
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