Craig has been active in the early stage medtech community for many years, as a partner at a leading family office, as a medtech investment banker, and as a growth strategy consultant. Among others, Mr. Davis recently put together the deal for Physician Software Systems, a Mayo Clinic spinout that has increased in value more than five times since his involvement. Craig was a senior member of a team that was backed by private equity firm GTCR to roll up companies in the urologic device space. Mr. Davis is an ex- partner at Healthios, a boutique healthcare focused investment bank founded by former Baxter CEO Vern Loucks. Mr. Davis has an MBA from the Kellogg School and a masters degrees in engineering from Northwestern, as well as a BS in mechanical engineering from Washington University.
Joel Ironstone is a medical device development expert. He has over 15 years of experience bringing novel and complex health care products from concept through full regulatory clearance, including over a dozen successful approvals for Class II and III devices in multiple specialties. Mr. Ironstone has deep experience in the electrical detection of cancer. He has held senior management positions with start-up and established companies including VP Product Development, VP Clinical and Regulatory Affairs. Joel is a prolific inventor with numerous pending and issued patents, including several in impedance technology devices. He attended graduate school in neuroscience and holds a BS in Electrical Engineering, both from the University of Toronto.
Vice President Clinical/Regulatory (Part-Time)
Kristine has developed numerous regulatory strategies and has led multiple clinical trials both in and beyond oncology diagnostics. Most recently, Ms. Canavan was VP Regulatory for Sapheon (acquired by Covidien for $248MM). Earlier in her career Kristine was VP Clinical, Regulatory and Quality for Dune Medical, where she led the FDA Clearance of the MarginProbe device. Ms. Canavan has regulatory experience in oncology diagnostics, wound care, breast surgery, orthopedics, and cardiology. Kristine obtained an Master of Public Health from Boston University and a B.S. in biomedical engineering from Rennselear Polytechnic Institute.
William Gregory, Ph.D.
Founder & CSO
Over the past thirty years, Dr. Gregory has been researching the electrical properties of materials and has been involved in other start-up companies as well as holding various academic positions. He holds numerous patents and is widely published, and most recently a joint appointment as a Professor of Electrical Engineering in the College of Engineering and in the College of Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Prior to this position, Dr. Gregory was the Dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science at UW-Milwaukee. Dr. Gregory received his Ph.D. in Physics from MIT, is a registered patent agent and holds a professional engineering license.