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The Importance of Going All In On Your Medtech Business: Interview with SynerFuse Co-Founders Justin Zenanko and Greg Molnar

July 06, 2022 Scott Nelson
Medsider: Learn from MedTech and HealthTech Experts
The Importance of Going All In On Your Medtech Business: Interview with SynerFuse Co-Founders Justin Zenanko and Greg Molnar
Show Notes

In this episode of Medsider Radio, we sat down with Justin Zenanko and Greg Molnar, co-founders of SynerFuse.

Justin is a Certified Public Accountant who previously led fundraising efforts at Recombinetics and Greg is the former Director of Neuromodulation Research at Medtronic. In 2018, they joined forces to build SynerFuse, a clinical-stage startup developing an innovative therapy to relieve chronic back pain.

In this discussion, the two SynerFuse co-founders share their experience launching an innovative therapy to address chronic back pain, how they are navigating challenging regulatory waters, and why they chose to invest heavily in their own venture.

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Lastly, here's the link to the full interview with Justin and Greg if you'd rather read it instead.