Several new members of staff have joined RSP

Several new members of staff have joined RSP to support the development of the business.


Jens Johansen is appointed new QA/RA Director, and will be leading the implementation of a Quality Management System. Furthermore Jens will take the lead on the regulatory process for obtaining CE certification.

Jens has held a variety of senior quality roles in the medical device industry. Besides positions for Prent Corporation and Cook Medical Europe, he has been employed at Oticon A/S. Jens brings to RSP Systems, experience with ISO 13485, auditing and manager of external audits comprising Notified Body and Regulatory audits.

Optical Engineering

Anders Pors joined RSP systems as an optical engineer in December 2016. Anders has a solid scientific background in the field of Nano Optics. This also includes work on the analysis, design, and optimization of flat optical components (known as metasurfaces.) Anders will strengthen our development and design phase decisively. Specifically, Anders will focus on the probe head optics and numerical tests of high-potential concepts for future devices. Anders comes from a position as Post-doctoral researcher at University of Southern Denmark.


Stig Visti Andersen is our new Chief Commercial Officer. In this role, Stig will be leading the development of our Go to Market strategy, as well as the company fundraising and administration. Stig has held numerous senior management position in MedTech start-ups developing new disruptive technologies. Latest as CEO for Acarix A/S, a cardiovascular diagnostic company, based in Copenhagen. Stig’s deep experience with medical technology and diagnostics, coupled with his extensive sales and marketing background, makes him the perfect choice to lead RSP System’s operations as we embark on the next phase of our development.

Clinical Trial Manager

Christina Aaen Andresen most recently joined RSP Systems as our new Clinical Trial Manager. Christina has a PhD in Molecular Biology, and joins RSP Systems after 3 years as Lecturer at University College South Denmark. She was there teaching molecular biology, cell biology, protein chemistry, microbiology and statistics. Christina has previously held positions as research assistant at the Center for Cancer Immune Therapy at Herlev University hospital. Drawing on her more than 10 years’ experience in research and coordination, Christina will be in charge of our clinical trials as well as project reporting.