The management team of Infrared Medical Technologies, LLC. has the experience and expertise to complete the research and development phases, develop a prototype, as well as interest investors in our product, ThermoWand®.
David has over 20 years of National Award winning sales experience in the healthcare sector with several years in the health insurance industry and then embarking into the pharmaceutical industry 20 years ago. David has successfully launched products in both industries, from rolling out HIP health insurance's 1st Medicare D program as well as 4 product launches in pharmaceuticals. David holds a BA in English from King's College as well as a MS in Marketing from NYU.
Holds an MSEE from New York Institute of Technology and is a registered Professional Engineer in Massachusetts. He has taught fifteen years at Wentworth Institute of Technology in their Electrical Engineering department as an Associate Professor. He recently completed a Doctor of Professional Studies in Computers at Pace University defending a dissertation on Improving Infrared Sensor Temperature Readings using Machine Analysis of Emissivity. He is listed as an Investigator with the National Institute of Health.
Tom Bennett is a Boston area serial entrepreneur with more than thirty years of experience in the Boston tech sector. Tom’s first startup, Lexington Software Associates, was acquired by Interwoven in 1999 resulting in a more than 10x ROI for investors. In 2008 Tom co-founded Eldarion, a web application development consultancy which has built dozens of web applications and provided managed DevOps services for a wide range of clients as an early adopter of the Kubernetes container orchestration platform. In August of 2016, Tom was hired as CEO of Gemr, a social commerce platform for pop culture collectors where he raised an additional $7 million in capital and rebuilt the team, application and business model from scratch. ...
Andy is an experienced consultant, financial advisor, venture capitalist and investment banker who works with early-stage companies. Previously he was Chief Development Officer with VOYCE, a healthcare services company, where he oversaw sales and marketing and assisted with fundraising and strategy. Before that he was Managing Partner for Arctaris (a royalty capital fund); and for two venture capital funds which he co-founded, Brook Fund I, Brook Fund II (a licensed SBIC). Previously he was a Partner at Downer & Company (transatlantic investment bankers); President at Equifax Research div. of Equifax, Inc.; and Manager of Corporate Development with Arthur D. Little. He began his career at General Electric’s Aircraft Engine Group in Lynn, MA. Andy holds a B.S. Industrial Distribution from Clarkson University and an MBA from Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School.
An Advisory committee has been established for Infrared Medical Technology, LLC. The purpose is to help guide IMT through the technological, regulatory, and business/financial hurdles anticipated.
Bob received a Ph.D. in Marine Geology (MIT-Woods Hole Oceanographic Joint Program) in 1975) and joined NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Labs where he carried out research programs on sediment transport in the offshore US and internationally. In 1982 he joined Exxon’s Production Research Company where he did research in seafloor stability at drilling platform sites and carried out a variety of international projects to analyze the geology of potential reservoirs. Bob left Exxon to form EGS, an environmental geology consulting company where he did numerous seafloor stability projects in the US and overseas. In 1988 he left EGS and joined Schlumberger to manage their geologic consulting services, eventually becoming their chief geologist. One major achievement at Schlumberger was to form a team of scientists and engineers who created a unique method to guide drilling through deformed formations using conductivity measured at the drill bit. He then asked for an assignment in Houston to manage Schlumberger’s geologic analysis software development, responsible for $30 million in sales. After retiring in 2004 he formed his own website development and consulting company. Dr. Young has published over 40 scientific papers and internal reports.
Ed is the accountant for Infrared Medical Technology, LLC., and was the originator for the name Infrared Medical Technology. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree at St. Johns University in 1958. He is a Certified Public Accountant, and president of Edward T. Leuschner, CPA, PC, a tax practice specializing in taxes, tax planning, and financial planning. He’s been in business in Manhasset, NY, for over 35 years. See more information at www.etlcpa.com.
Stephen J. Kuperberg is an Internist and Pulmonologist, as a diplomate of American Board of Internal Medicine. He received his medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine, where he was chapter president of the American Medical Student Association. He went on to complete internship and residency at the State University of New York, Health Science Center at Brooklyn. After residency, he was appointed to the medical staff with a faculty position at two major academic medical centers in New York City. He is currently with Stonybrook University’s new Cancer Care Center as Faculty, Critical Care, Interventional Pulmonary Medicine, Pulmonary Diseases. His Board Certifications are: Int. Med (CSQ: Crit. Care Med), Int. Med (CSQ: Pulmonary Disease), member: American Association for Bronchology & Interventional Pulmonology. He is one of the essential healthcare workers serving Suffolk County residents to control the Covid19 rates for New York State.
Richard is a technology guru, hands-on developer, and business leader for entrepreneurs.
His background includes imaging technology with a number of companies including Imaging
Technology Inc., Phillips/ElectroScan Corporation, Polaroid Medical Imaging Systems, NEC
Computer Systems Division, PCI Communications Group, EMC Contractor for Data General,
InfoLibria Inc., and State Street Bank. In these position he rose from Lead Engineer, Systems
Engineer, Senior Engineer, Senior Hardware Development Engineer, Project Lead Engineer,
Principle Engineer, to Assistant Vice President Architecture/DB for State Street Bank. Rich
obtained his Degree in Technology from Wentworth Institute of Technology graduating in
1984. Rich is an expert in performing cost reduction and system design optimization. He
is most proud of assisting Dr. Robert Ballard Applying Imaging Technology Corporations
Image Processing Systems to the Alvin/Jason Submersibles that lead to the discovery of
the Titanic wreck in 1985.