Matthew Autterson is the president and the CEO of CNS Bioscience, Inc. He is also a member of the board of directors of Falci Adaptive Biosystems. FAB is a non-profit organization geared towards assisting people with neuromotor disabilities gain mobility.
Matthew Autterson’s Education
His education journey started at Brother Rice High School in the state of Michigan. Later in 1980, he graduated with a B.A in Finance at the Michigan State University. His quench for education made him enroll for the graduate tax program offered at the University of Denver.
All this education he received, prepared him for 25 years of a very successful career in the financial services industry. His Career started off immediately after he graduated. His career in the finance industry recorded a tremendous growth; at one time he was a president of a financial service company.
About Matthew Autterson
25 years of his career life in leadership roles has really assisted Matthew Autterson with leadership skills to manage the Colorado Business community. Matthew Autterson acknowledges that being part of Falci Adaptive Biosystems portrays his current interest of a philanthropist because through FAB, many people’s lives have changed.
Matthew Autterson was once a member of the young presidents organization as well as world presidents organization. Through the organizations, he was able to network and exchange positive ideas with different presidents from different industries. He, however, ceased his membership.
Currently, Mr. Autterson is the president and the CEO of CNS Bioscience Inc.; a company founded by Dr. Scott Falci in 2013. The company develops drugs to be used by neuropathic pain patients to ease the pain. Matthew Autterson is also a board member at Falci Adaptive Biosystems. He is a leader as well; he leads the Colorado business community.
Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB)
The organization is located in Englewood, Colorado. Dr. Scott Falci, a chief neurosurgeon at Craig hospital, founded FAB. This non-profit organization is committed to helping neuromotor patients gain control as well as interacting with their environment.
According to a testimonial provided by one Mike Bauer, a paraplegic race car driver, who was assisted by the organization, through Dr. Scott Falci, to gain his mobility. Mike can now drive a race car around thanks to FAB.