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Balan Biomedical, Inc. Announces the Formation of Battery Consulting Group
Date:10/27/2008

Mr. Michael Pyszczek to lead broad-based team of battery experts.

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Elisabeth Hager, Chairman and CEO of Balan Biomedical, Inc., announced the formation of the Balan Biomedical Battery Consulting Group. The newly created consulting group, reporting to Balan's Engineering Division, will be led by Mr. Michael Pyszczek, Balan's V.P. of Technology. Joining Mr. Pyszczek will be Dr. Christopher R. Feger (Biomedical Systems and Materials) and Dr. Kenneth C. Syracuse (Statistical Analytics and Mathematical Modeling). The group will operate out of Balan's USA Headquarters located in Rochester, New York.

Balan's team members have a combined 65 years of experience in the battery industry with expertise covering a broad spectrum of technology, from high-performance commercial batteries to high-reliability batteries for implantable medical devices. Services will include Battery Application Review, Educational Training, Technology Assessment, Patent Searching and Analysis, Quality Systems Review and Development, Materials Sourcing, Manufacturing Process Review, Safety & Performance Assessment, Data Analysis, and Documentation Support (ISO, GMP, and FDA).

"We've been working on a number of battery related projects over the last few years and have helped our customers - battery manufacturers, OEMs, and end-users - solve their power source problems," explains Dr. Hager. "Our team has successfully provided help with overseas manufacturing, data analysis, safety and handling practices, and performance issues. We've identified, through our work on these projects, a need within the industry for a broad-based Battery Consulting Group and we're pleased to be able to offer our expertise in this area."

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