OTTAWA, Feb. 24, 2017 /CNW/ - Annidis Corporation (TSX Venture: RHA) ("Annidis" or the "Corporation"), announces that its Board of Directors has accepted the resignation of Mr. Cameron Bramwell as President, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of the Corporation. Mr. Bramwell has decided to pursue other opportunities and the Board wishes him well with his future endeavours. In light of Mr. Bramwell's resignation, the Board has appointed Mr. Gerald Slemko as Executive Chairman and interim Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Slemko will oversee the Corporation's newly appointed General Manager, Mr. Jason Wright, who will be responsible for the day to day operations of the Annidis' business. Mr. Wright has been with Annidis for a number of years and was most recently responsible for the Corporation's product engineering and development.
About Annidis Corporation
Annidis (TSX-V: RHA) has developed and is marketing a highly patented imaging platform technology based on multi-spectral imaging, embodied in the RHA which is a central retinal screening technology for use by primary care eye care professionals seeking early disease detection. The RHA is used synergistically with peripheral retinal screening tools and leads to greater use of adjunct diagnostic imaging technologies and timely treatment of a wide range of vision threatening diseases.
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For further information: Gerald Slemko, Executive Chairman, Annidis Corporation, 519-630-3389, [email protected]