Nick Damiano, CEO, and Shreya Mehta, CTO, are co-founders of Zenflow, a startup which recently raised $31 million for its device to relieve urinary symptoms of enlarged prostate.
Mehrdad Farhangnia, President and CEO of Roxwood Medical, acquired by BTG in 2017, has over two decades of technical and commercial experience, with prior management roles at Spiracur, Rubicor Medical, FoxHollow Technologies and CardioVention. Prior to his career in medical devices, Mehrdad spent six years at NASA Ames Research Center.
Kirsten Carroll holds over 15 years of experience in product development, marketing, strategy and business development for medical devices in stroke care. Currently VP for Strategic Development at The Stroke Project, she has held senior positions at Imperative Care and Stryker Neurovascular, where she built the Marketing Operations department into a nine-person strategic development team.
Michael Seres, founder and CEO of UK- and US- based 11 Health and Technologies, was the 11th Briton to receive an intestinal transplant. His company has developed a Bluetooth sensor and associated platform that allows patients with colostomies and similar conditions to monitor output and receive alerts when their medical bags need to be emptied.
Derek founded his company, Spinal Singularity, after he was shot by a sniper in Afghanistan and paralyzed from the chest down. Spinal Singularity's product, the Connected Catheter, enables people with spinal cord injuries and other conditions to control their urination wirelessly using a smartphone app.