MolecuLight's management team has an extensive experience working with development companies in the medical device, pharmaceutical and wound care industry.
Craig has over 20 years of experience in medical device, pharmaceuticals, business turn-arounds and start-ups. Prior to joining MolecuLight Craig was the VP of Business Development for Systagenix (formally the J&J Advanced Wound Care business) that was successfully sold to KCI. He holds a BSBA from the University of Central Florida and a MBA from the University of Florida.
Nitesh is an experienced production and operations leader with over 20 years experience in medical device manufacturing. Previously he was the Vice President of Manufacturing at VisualSonics where he was responsible for the manufacturing of all products and the technical support to its customers.
Ralph S. DaCosta, PhD
Founder, CSO, Director
Ralph is the Cancer Care Ontario Research Chair in Cancer Imaging and a Principal Investigator at the Ontario Cancer Institute in Princess Margaret Hospital. His expertise is in developing optical molecular imaging and molecular probe technologies for clinical applications in disease diagnosis and treatment.
International Sales Director
Jamie has in excess of 20 years' experience in the medical device industry, building successful sales infrastructure and driving growth on a global scale. Jamie joined MolecuLight from a European Commercial Director position at Acelity, but spent the majority of his career as part of the Olympus group, where he held a number of senior Sales & Marketing roles in the UK, Middle East & Africa. He is passionate about rallying teams around a common goal and developing the necessary tools and systems to build sales capabilities.
Catherine Theodoropoulos, PhD
VP Marketing & Product Strategy
Catherine's scientific background is in biochemistry, molecular biology and pharmacology. In her previous position at VisualSonics, Catherine was instrumental in shaping product direction, market positioning and overseeing market expansion of the company’s high-frequency ultrasound and photoacoustic imaging devices.