Eddie Sitt

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Eddie Sitt
Nationality American
Alma mater Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Harvard University
Occupation Medical entrepreneur

Eddie Sitt is an American entrepreneur and leader in the New York City business community. Currently, Sitt serves as Chief Executive Officer at Wizard Research Laboratories, a medical device innovator based in Brooklyn, New York. Sitt has overseen operations at Wizard Research since 2016.[1]

Patents at Wizard Research

As CEO at Please Me L.L.C./Wizard Research Laboratories, Eddie Sitt and his team have been awarded six patents on the Dry Eye Breakthrough, a cutting-edge Dry Eye Mask found to deliver significant relief of dry eye following a recent study trial. Of the 1000 patients participating in the trial, more than 99.5 percent reported major relief of dry eye symptoms. Over 77 percent reported a marked improvement in their quality of life, while more than 37 percent discontinued their use of prescription eye drop medication. In short, this breakthrough Wizard Research Laboratories product continues to interrupt the dry eye industry and change how dry eye symptoms are addressed and treated throughout the medical field. Eddie Sitt and the Wizard Research brand are now in negotiations with three health insurance corporations and have secured a tentative commitment for each to cover the product by 2024. Other award-winning products available through Sitt and Wizard Research include a portable nebulizer, glucose monitors, and a cutting-edge blood pressure monitor.

Leadership and Legal Experience

Prior to his leadership role at Please Me L.L.C./Wizard Research Laboratories, Eddie Sitt served as CEO at Sitt Asset Management, a position held from 2010 to 2016. Sitt worked as Principal Managing Partner at The Sultzer Law Group, P.C. from 2006 to 2009. He held the position of Senior Patent Counsel at Lathan & Watkins from 1997 to 2006.


Sitt's academic background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business/Trade/Commerce from Harvard University (1991), an Engineer's degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1994), and a Bachelor of Laws degree in Intellectual Property Law (1997).


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