Matthew Autterson

Autterson has 25 years of experience in the financial services industry and he is Board Member, President, and Chief Executive Officer of CNS Bioscience, Inc. He graduated from Michigan State University with a B.A. in finance, in 1980. He finished the University of Denver Tax Graduate Program, beginning his first job at First Trust Corporation, a supplementary of Fiserv. In 1982, he spearheaded his career change, which resulted in a new Colorado State trust company that was a supplementary to Integrated Resources, Inc. By 1986, Matthew Autterson was President of Resources Trust Company. Broad Inc. acquired Resources Trust in 1989, which then became Sun America, Inc, acquired by AIG in 1998 for $18 billion.

 

CNS is a drug development company working on medicines and treatments for neuropathic pain. It is the goal of Falci Adaptive Biosystems to work on new technologies for those who are wheelchair bound. 2.2 million people depend on wheelchairs in the United States as well as caregivers. People in wheelchairs use arms as well as upper body strength to get anything done at all. FAB is working on human-machine interface devices that can help people with limited upper body function control their automobiles, wheelchairs, homes and work environments. See This Page for additional information

 

Neurosurgeons help patients with brain problems, and spinal cord problems. Some people simply can’t grab objects, put on clothing or brush their hair. FAB is trying to figure out how to help a spinal cord patient for life. Some divisions of FAB are working on cars that a paraplegic can drive. People with mobility impairments do not always do everything for themselves. FAB wants to put wheelchair bound racers back into racing experiences. Technology of this sort leaves wheelchair bound participants using their phone. FAB’s goal is to build adaptive technology for the disabled, creating a huge degree of control in their lives through technology. Autterson a philanthropist and racer, himself, Autterson participated in the Baja 1,000 race in order to emphasize his high aspirations in life. Matthew Autterson cares deeply for many charitable causes, and Autterson has quite a few philanthropic interests that he spends his time donating to.