Dallas’ Spectral AI Appoints Chief Commercialization Officer

Jeremiah Sparks has more than 20 years of medical device marketing experience, including global marketing and business strategy.

Dallas-based artificial intelligence company Spectral AI Inc. has appointed Jeremiah A. Sparks as chief commercialization officer. Spectral AI focuses on medical diagnostics for faster and more accurate treatment decisions in wound care.

Sparks brings over 20 years of medical device marketing experience, including global marketing and business strategy. He will be responsible for both domestic and international product commercialization, the company said.

“We are thrilled to have Jeremiah join the company as we move towards commercialization of DeepView,” Peter M. Carlson, CEO of Spectral AI, said in a statement. “With his strong track record, most recently as vice president of global strategy at AVITA Medical, he will hit the ground running as we drive market entry of Spectral AI’s products, allowing our innovative wound management solutions to reach physicians and the patients for whom they provide essential care.”

Sparks’ diverse experience includes driving market assessments and commercialization plans both domestically and globally. He has developed successful commercial teams across multiple ventures and managed market access strategies, including payer and pricing strategies over various geographies. He has also worked with U.S. government agencies to bring innovative therapies for skin restoration, targeting improvements in burn wound care.

The new CCO previously launched new products at Johnson & Johnson, Healthpoint, and Allergan on national and global scales.

“My previous roles have me well poised to bring Spectral AI’s technology to market across a broad range of locations, demographics, and clinical indications,” Sparks said in a statement. “This groundbreaking technology holds promise for several applications and I am excited to help the team deliver this advancement in wound care management to as many patients as possible.”

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