|Seno's Development Team|
Seno’s management team has extensive experience in the commercialization of medical device products. This team has been selected based upon their experience in development in imaging, manufacturing and regulatory hurdles in commercialization.
Thomas G. Miller , President
Don Herzog, Director of Engineering, Seno Medical Instruments
Bill Ackerman, Principal Engineer, Seno Medical Instruments
This team is well supported by experts in such specific fields as electronic design, human subject clinical testing, acoustic transducer materials, ultrasound and laser systems, ergonomics and user interfaces, software structure and design.
BiographiesThomas G. Miller, President - Tom has over 23 years of medical product experience including design, development, manufacturing, and FDA regulatory compliance. Before joining Seno, Tom was Executive Vice President of Fairway Medical Technologies (formally KVM Technologies) where he worked with Seno’s Chief Scientific Officer and the father of medical opto-acoustics Dr. Alexander Oraevsky.
In his duties as Vice President of KVM Technologies, Tom was involved in developing over 75 medical products in market areas encompassing cardiovascular, immunology, microbiology, hematology, rehabilitation, and drug-abuse, as well as providing specialty consulting services. Earlier in his career, Tom managed the Houston Area Service Operations for Motorola Communications and Electronics. Tom earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry at Roanoke College, and received extensive electronics and mechanical engineering training with the U.S. Navy Nuclear Propulsion Program
Don Herzog, Director of Engineering, has extensive project management skills and expertise in diagnostic ultrasound, medical information systems, image management, recording, image processing, image printers, laser systems and electro-optics. He recently led the development of the first real-time, 4D Doppler-based diagnostic system for vascular application. This technology has been acquired by a West Coast company, where it is being used to develop a method for the non-invasive measurement of intracranial pressure. This company is a multi-billion dollar medical device company. He was the individual at RCA responsible for inventing the optical recording and laser diodes as used in today’s CD’s and DVD’s, which was one of RCA’s most profitable patents.
Bill Ackerman, Principal Engineer, has more than 30 years experience in development, design and test of electronic systems, many of which have been first of a kind, very complex, high speed and challenging. Ackerman is highly skilled in his expertise which ranges from analog to very high-speed, complex, digital electronic designs. He recently designed digital and analog circuits as well as firmware for the first real-time, 4D Doppler-based system for vascular application. His involvement in the testing and evaluation of the system resulted in many successful system improvements.