David has more than a decade of experience in the medical imaging and pharmaceutical sectors. Previously, he was Head of Research Alliances at GE Healthcare and Head of Clinical Imaging at Novartis. Before joining industry, David served on the faculty of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, Department of Radiology. He holds a PhD from MIT and Harvard Medical School, and a BA from the University of Chicago.
David has more than 20 years experience in the medical device industry. Formerly the Executive Director of BSI Group, he was responsible for the worldwide Healthcare and Testing activity for the British Standards Institution. David is currently CEO at Ingenica Solutions and a Non-Executive Director at NHS TrusTECH. David has represented the United Kingdom at the World Health Organization, the FDA and the European Commission in developing policy for medical devices and medical device regulation. David was trained at St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London and at Brunel University, and holds an MBA from INSEAD.
Nadim is the President and Chief Executive Officer of CVRx. He has previously served as Vice President and General Manager of Medtronic Navigation, the leading global supplier of integrated image-guided surgery products. He also worked at GE Medical for 10-years, where he was Vice President of Global Marketing for the OEC Medical Systems and Vice President and General Manager of GE’s European X-ray business based in Paris. Nadim has an engineering degree from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, and an MBA from INSEAD, France.
Elizabeth has more than 20 years of experience in the medical device industry. She is currently the Executive Director & CEO of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), and was previously the Chief Marketing, Sales, and Communications Officer for the College of American Pathologists (CAP). Prior to joining CAP, she held executive leadership positions at GE Healthcare and Amersham Health. She has an MBA in International Business from Thunderbird School of Global Management and a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia Institute of Technology.
After completing his early career in the pharmaceutical industry at Wyeth and 3M, Martin worked for Smiths Medical. Over 16 years he took on increasingly senior Managing Director roles, finally as Managing Director Smiths Medical International. Latterly, Martin has served as CEO of Rayner Surgical and CEO & Chairman of Nextism Plc, a medical device company focused on improving rehabilitation for stroke patients using non-invasive brain stimulation. Martin currently works with a number of private equity houses and is a Non-Executive Director of a large NHS Foundation Trust Hospital and multiple medtech SMEs.
Graeme is a seasoned medtech industry executive with nearly three decades of experience successfully driving profitable business growth at global medical device companies. He has an exceptional track record in medical device sales and marketing; distributor management; and corporate financing. As CEO, Graeme is fully focused on the commercialization of Lightpoint's technologies.
Claire is responsible for the day-to-day management of Lightpoint. She has more than ten years of experience in commercial operations, including six years in the medical device industry. Before joining Lightpoint she held board level positions in technology companies specializing in research and development. Claire is a CTA-qualified accountant. She holds an LLB with Honors in Law with Accounting and Finance from the University of Liverpool.
Simon heads up Lightpoint's finance team. He has 30 years’ experience in blue chip international organizations in the life science, healthcare, and leisure sectors. As an experienced finance leader, his diverse experience includes business strategy, business analytics, pricing, M&A activity, process improvement and streamlining, and financial management. Simon has a BA with Honors in Geography from the University of Exeter.
Stewart heads Lightpoint's in-house engineering team, which includes electronics, mechanical and software engineering. The team develops Lightpoint's products from concept to regulatory-approved medical devices. Stewart is an electronics engineer with over 20 years of experience in managing engineering teams.
Tony is responsible for Lightpoint's regulatory and quality teams, as well as operational project management. He has over 30 years of experience in product development, project management and quality systems. Tony has held senior positions with blue chip companies such as GE, Unilever, the BBC.
Klaas manages all of Lightpoint's multi-center clinical studies and supports clinicans running their own independent studies with our technologies. He has been managing clinical research for medical device companies for over two decades, including senior clinical positions at Stryker, Wright Medical and DePuy Synthes.
Kevin manages Lightpoint's global network of sales distributors, as well as adding commercial insight into new product development. He has over 20 years of experience in medical device business development, sales and world-wide distribution managment. Kevin has also, over many years, consulted with numerous early-stage life science companies to support product launches, determine regulatory and reimbursement strategies; and provide price analysis/positioning.
Jo is responsible for Lightpoint's external communication, as well as marketing and grant management. She has secured in excess of £8M in new non-dilutive funding for Lightpoint's R&D and clinical activities. Previous to Lightpoint she worked for over a decade in the not-for-profit sector, securing large-scale funding for charitable projects. Jo holds a BA with Honours in International History & Politics and an MPhil in Russian & East European Studies from Oxford University.
Paul manages all of Lightpoint's manufacturing operations. He is a highly-experienced operations, manufacturing and project management professional with over three decades of experience across a diverse range of businesses, including medical device, automotive, telecoms and industrial products across the UK, USA, China and the Middle East.
Kunal is responsible for Lightpoint's early-stage research before it transitions to the engineering team for formal product development. He is creating a pipeline of highly innovative technologies for intra-operative cancer detection across a wide range of major cancer indications. Kunal has almost a decade of experience in technical R&D in imaging and advanced sensors for medical devices. He holds a PhD in Experimental Physics from the University of Cambridge.