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.
Soomin received his degree in Materials Engineering from Seoul National University in 1990, and MBA in Corporate Finance from Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University in 2001. Soomin started his carrier at Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology beginning 1992 and worked for seven years managing R&D projects and focusing on technology strategy of Samsung Group. After getting his MBA in 2001, Soomin started his career in Finance at the International Financing of Samsung Electronics Headquarters for five years and then served as Treasurer of North American Headquarters of Samsung Electronics for five years in New Jersey. In 2011, he came back to TV Business of Samsung Electronics in Korea and served as Director of Financial Management for three and a half years. He came back to USA in 2014 and began his role as CFO of NeuroLogica.
Dr. Bechwati earned his Ph.D. and M.S. in E.E. from Boston University, and his Diploma of Engineering from Saint Joseph University, Beirut, Lebanon. While a doctoral student, he received the GRS-ENG Research Assistant Scholarship award for research in Continuous Speech Recognition which was sponsored by DARPA. Dr. Bechwati worked for two winners of the National Medal of Technology: Bernard Gordon, the father of high speed analog-to-digital conversion and the futurist Ray Kurzweil. At Kurzweil AI, he worked on the first voice activated word processor. In his eight years tenure at Analogic Corporation, Dr. Bechwati participated in the development of several pioneer scanners including the first multislice explosive detection scanner as a part of the government deterrent initiative, and the first low cost multislice scanner equipped with off-the-shelf PC based reconstruction computer. He also worked on one of the first sub-second scanners as well as low cost security scanners for carry-on luggage. As a founding member of Neurologica, Dr. Bechwati worked on the CereTom, the first mobile head and neck scanner, and on the development of the BodyTom, the first mobile full body scanner. Dr. Bechwati has more than 20 patents and more than 100 technical reports. Dr. Bechwati has published in academic journals such as IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, and Neurology. He recently co-authored a chapter for the Neurophotonics and Brain Mapping book published by the Taylor and Francis Group.
As Vice President of Marketing, Strategy, and Business Development Henry Floreal is responsible to lead all aspects of marketing and to develop the organization strategy and business development activities. Prior to joining Neurologica, Henry Floreal lead the Product Management function at Smiths Medical where he was the Director of Global Product Management. Prior to Smiths Medical Henry led the strategy and global product management team at Philips Ultrasound, where he led the new product introduction teams of both premium and mobile ultrasound solutions. Henry has also led engineering and marketing organizations at Medtronic in the Cardiac Implant device divisions and at a startup CardioVox. Henry Floreal has a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from the Royal Military College of Canada in 1992 and a Master’s of Business Administration degree from the Arizona State University in 2002.
David Legg was appointed Vice President, Sales & Service, in January 2018, leading all commercial Sales and Service responsibility for the Digital Radiography and Ultrasound businesses in the US market. Prior to this, David held the position of Vice President, Corporate Accounts, responsible for the commercial strategy and execution planning for three critical areas – GPO’s, Government Accounts, and Integrated Delivery Networks. Prior to joining Samsung, David held a number of senior leadership and General Management positions in both Sales and Corporate Accounts with GE Healthcare. David is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University with a B.S. Degree in Business Administration and Marketing.
As Director of Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance, Roberto Cunha is responsible to lead all aspects of regulatory, quality and compliance activities. Roberto is an engineer with 17+ years global medical device experience and 22+ years in regulated industries, from initial phases of product development to commercialization/post-market activities. Prior to joining Neurologica, he had progressive quality and regulatory roles in the imaging, orthopedics, cardiovascular, GI and IVD industries.Roberto has a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree from UFPE, Recife-Brazil, 1996 (US Equivalent).