Philip Sullivan received his degree in Mechanical Engineering from Manchester University in the United Kingdom. In his decade spent as the Vice President of Global Operations for NeuroLogica, Sullivan oversaw the operations of both the CereTom® and BodyTom® product lines. Prior to that, Sullivan was the Corporate Vice President for Customer Operations at Brooks Automation and Director of Continuous Engineering and Test at Varian Semiconductor Associates. He holds several patents and has been recognized for process improvement, value engineering and customer satisfaction. With more than 25 years of international business experience, Sullivan has a track record of building highly efficient infrastructures around the world.
David Webster joined NeuroLogica in April 2005 as Director of Sales. Under his leadership, NeuroLogica successfully launched the CereTom portable CT scanner, CereTom OTOscan CT scanner and the CereTom Doro Skull fixation product line. Since then, the CereTom is fast becoming a standard of care for Neuro/Pedi/Cardiac/Neonatal ICU’s and Neurosurgical/ENT/Maxillofacial operating rooms worldwide. Prior to joining NeuroLogica, Webster worked at Brain Saving Technologies in a number of positions of increasing responsibility, most recently as Vice President of Global Sales. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from The Citadel and a Master's of Business Management degree from Troy State University.
As the Vice President of Engineering, Michael Limoli is responsible for all aspects of NeuroLogica’s engineering product development and day-to-day engineering operations. Limoli started with NeuroLogica in 2004 as the Principal Software engineer. He was vital in the release of NeuroLogica’s first product, the CereTom, a portable small-bore CT scanner. Most recently, Limoli served as Director of Engineering, leading the development of NeuroLogica’s latest product, the BodyTom, the portable, full-body, multi-slice CT scanner. Prior to his work with NeuroLogica, Limoli spent 10 years with Analogic as a software and project engineer and was key in the development of the many medical and security computed tomography systems. Limoli received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Salem State University and holds a Master’s of Science in Organizational Leadership from Norwich University.
As Vice President of Global Operations, Joseph Ywuc is building a world-class production center by leading NeuroLogica’s Manufacturing Operations team through direction, strategy, planning and execution. Prior to his joining NeuroLogica, Ywuc was Vice President of Manufacturing Operations/Corporate Facilities at Hologic, Inc. He was responsible for a high-volume manufacturing facility producing disposable breast biopsy hand pieces, breast biopsy site markers, and vacuum pump consoles. He was also responsible for the manufacturing operations of Suros Medical, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hologic in Indianapolis, Indiana. Ywuc received his Associate’s degree in Mechanical Power Technology from Wentworth Institute of Technology and his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Northeastern University. He has been a Six Sigma Black Belt since 2009.
Simon Kim was awarded his Mechanical Engineering degree in 1989. Prior to NeuroLogica, Simon was head of Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT)-America in Boston since 2011. Kim joined Samsung Electronics in 1990 as a mechanical engineer and managed Technology Strategic Planning at SAIT-Korea. As a dispatched employee of Samsung Electronics, he managed IP, strategic planning, and finances of Samsung R&D Institute Russia for seven years.
As Director of Regulatory Affairs & Quality Assurance, Ninad Gujar is responsible for regulatory strategy, domestic and international registrations, clinical research and quality compliance activities. Prior to joining NeuroLogica, Gujar was a Senior Management Consultant at Boston MedTech Advisors where he was working with medical device companies in areas ranging from market research, product strategy, business development, reimbursement and regulatory affairs. Gujar received his Doctor of Philosophy from University of West London, Master of Business Administration degree from Babson College and his Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering degree from University of Texas at Arlington.