Alex Vodenlich, MS
Alex Vodenlich is a business executive with 30 years’ experience in startup and early-stage life science ventures specializing in sales and business development, product and technology commercialization, and general business management. He is the former VP of Marketing and Sales for Lucigen (LGC Biosearch Technologies), Vice President of Business Development at Cellara, LLC, CEO of KromaTiD, Inc., President and CEO of Gentel Biosciences, Inc. (Intuitive Biosciences) and Vice President of Sales and Marketing for PanVera Corporation (Thermo Fisher Scientific). As an executive in these organizations, Alex has provided leadership by raising private equity funding, successfully commercializing products and services, and developing external relationships and collaborations to drive business growth and partnership success. Early in his career Alex was employed as a research scientist with Pfizer, Inc. and Abbott Laboratories in drug discovery research positions. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Medical Microbiology and Bacteriology.
Eric Schmuck, PhD
Eric Schmuck is the inventor of the Cellular Logistics technology. He currently serves as the Managing Director of the company. He is an expert in biomaterials and stem cell utilization. He leads product development and testing.
Amish Raval, MD
Amish Raval is an interventional cardiologist specializing in coronary and peripheral artery interventions. He has served as Principal Investigator on twelve Phase I, II and III clinical trials in the cardioregenerative medicine field.
Peiman Hematti, MD
Peiman Hematti is a professor of biomedical engineering and a hematopoietic stem cell transplant physician. He directs the Clinical Cell Processing Laboratory at UW-Madison.
Adam J. Bock, MBA, PhD
Adam J. Bock is an experienced medical device entrepreneur and financier. He provides business and administrative leadership to the team. He was a co-founder and executive at Stratatech, Nerites Corporation, and Virtual Incision.
Zach Bower, BS
Zach Bower is a graduate student in Biomedical Engineering at UW-Madison. He has held engineering or product management roles in multiple medical device companies including Medtronic, Zimmer Biomet and Medline Industries.