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A new start February 14, 2012

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On early October 2010 I started working with Exodus S.A. in Athens, Greece, following my return from Germany. I was appointed as the coordinator of NEPHRON+, a multi-million, high-risk, ambitious EU research project aiming to help End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) patients with a wearable device for 24×7 haemodialysis. This period was challenging (moving in a completely new domain) and rewarding every time we achieved some next step towards this great vision. I feel grateful that I was given the chance to be part of this amazing consortium and I wish them the best of luck in the remaining two years of the project.

Tomorrow I’m stepping down from that position, ready to start chasing one more dream. I have an itch on my back that I need to scratch, it’s been there for a couple of years now and it just won’t go away. The time is far from ideal to start a company, but hey — no pain, no gain.

So wish me luck, and stay tuned for more information in the near future!

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1. adamo - February 14, 2012

Good luck! I am waiting to hear more details though :)

2. Alkis - February 14, 2012

Good luck mate! Keep us posted…

3. Ramin - February 14, 2012

All the best for your new endeavor.

4. Georgios - February 14, 2012

Good Luck from me too! Your decision is inspiring for all of us!

5. Panagiotis Astithas - February 14, 2012

You can’t go wrong listening to your heart. Knock our socks off!

6. Andy Edmonds - February 14, 2012

Best of Luck, Costas!

7. CK - February 14, 2012

Many thanks to everyone for the wishes and the positive reaction :-) I’ll post news as soon as there are some. A private beta is hopefully not _too_ far!

8. Uli - February 24, 2012

Godspeed, Costas! All the best! And let us know what’s itching you – and how you want to scratch it :)

CK - February 27, 2012

Thanks Uli! Will do :-)

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