Robert Kline, Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Robert is a serial entrepreneur and executive with over 25 years of experience in the healthcare and life science industries. Most recently he was President and CEO of ViroCyt, Inc. ViroCyt was founded to develop and commercialize rapid virus quantification methods which can be used to accelerate development of new vaccines and gene therapy applications. The company’s products were quickly adopted by leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies and ViroCyt was acquired by Sartorius AG in July 2016. Previously Robert was the Founder, President and CEO of Medivance, Inc., which he built into the worldwide leader in therapeutic hypothermia treatment for critically ill patients. Medivance was acquired by CR Bard in 2011 for $260M and Robert was named Entrepreneur of the Year for the Mountain/Desert Region by Ernst and Young. Prior to Medivance, Robert held senior management positions at Pfizer and Covidien. Robert earned a MBA from the University of Colorado, a MS in Microbiology from the University of Illinois and a BA in chemistry from Colorado College.
Stephen Hanlon, Chief Technical Officer
Stephen has managed product development efforts for over 30 years in the medical device industry. Most recently he was Vice President, Product Development with Elekta Software, a leader in radiosurgery systems and oncology patient management systems. Previously Stephen was Vice President for Engineering, Research, & Development with Teleflex Medical and Vice President, Engineering for VasoNova, acquired by Teleflex. VasoNova pioneered catheter navigation technology for the cardiovascular system. He has also held positions as Vice President R&D for the Neurovascular division of Boston Scientific and Vice President, General Manager for Radionics, at that time a division of Covidien. He is listed on several patents and has been a guest speaker on the topic of product development processes. Stephen earned an MBA from the University of Colorado, an MS in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University, and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wyoming.
Michael Parmenter, Director, Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance
Michael has been in a medical device Quality and Regulatory role for over 15 years. His experience encompasses critical imaging durable equipment, intracardiac imaging catheters, blood handling and processing equipment, and embolization devices. He has authored numerous 510(k) and CE/Tech file submissions. BA; Diploma, Electronic Technology
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