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IRIDEX Names Veteran Healthcare Executive Dominik Beck President, CEO
Date:10/10/2011

adership of IRIDEX and that the Board wished to express its gratitude to Mr. Boutacoff for his tenure as Chief Executive Officer.  Mr. Boutacoff, who was originally CEO from 1989 to 2005, was asked by the Board to return to the Chief Executive Officer position in 2007 to manage a successful turnaround effort.  As Chief Technology Officer, he will manage R&D and will be focused on the commercial development of the Company's innovative MicroPulse technology, a laser delivery modality that promises to be more effective for ocular treatments with fewer collateral effects than conventional laser treatments and potentially greater durability than competing drug therapies.

Dr. Beck noted that it is an ideal time to take on the leadership role at IRIDEX and that the Company is poised to progress to the next level by driving innovation aimed at diagnosing and treating patients with diabetic- and age-related eye diseases.

"The Company today is on solid financial footing following a successful turnaround," Dr. Beck said. "We have a number of innovative new products moving toward the marketplace. My focus is to make IRIDEX a leading provider of products for the treatment of glaucoma and retinal diseases, such as proliferative diabetic retinopathy, diabetic macular edema and age-related macular degeneration.  The combination of diagnostic technologies with our tissue-sparing MicroPulse technology has the potential to shift the paradigm for retinal and other ophthalmic surgeries and transform today's invasive procedures to fully non-invasive procedures. Our goal is to create a better and more efficient experience for physicians, enhancing long-term visual outcomes and increasing quality of life for patients, which should result in substantial growth in the business and shareholder value."

Prior to working for Haag-Streit, Dr. Beck was CEO of the Zurich-based ODC (Ophthalmic Development Company). Previously, he was also COO of the medical di
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