Board of Advisors
Harold Coons, M.D. is an internationally recognized pioneer in Interventional Radiology with over thirty years experience in the field. Dr.Coons holds several patents for medical devices for his designs along with authoring multiple publications.
Victor D. Hyder Commander, USN (SEAL) ret. - a combat decorated, career Navy SEAL; Security Specialist - cyber and physical; Post Graduate Degree in Strategic Planning; founding member and former COO of Silent Circle; CEO of the Blue Coral Advisory Group; international business operations; problem solving leader.
Commander Hyder served 20 years as a Naval Special Warfare (SEAL) officer with operational and management experience around the world in all environments. CDR Hyder’s leadership and decision-making skills under the most severe conditions earned him the Silver Star (our nation’s 3rd highest combat award - Afghanistan), Bronze Star (Iraq), Defense Meritorious Service Medal (Haiti), and Presidential Unit Citation, as well as other unit and service awards. He maintains a U.S. government TOP SECRET / SCI clearance.
A graduate of the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, he holds a master’s degree from the U.S. military’s premier college for strategic thinking and campaign planning, the School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Gerald B. Rosenberg, MBA held the position of Senior VP with over 30 years experience with the Bayer Corporation in the pharmaceutical and diagnostics industries. He was responsible for the development of key senior executives within Bayer Healthcare North America in addition to growing the U.S. pharmaceutical business from $300M in 1987 to over $2.7B in 2001.
James M. Sinclair, M.D. is the Medical Director of the Stevens Division of the Scripps Cancer Center in La Jolla, California.
Board certified in Internal Medicine, Hematology and Oncology. His specialties include Hematology and Oncology with a special interest in Geriatric Oncology. He is currently chairman of the Scripps Cancer Center committee at Scripps Memorial Hospital and actively participates in the advancement of cancer research through clinical trials.
E. Douglas Ward is an internationally distinguished businessman with considerable experience in finance and securities with prior experience as an Aeronautical Engineer, serving as Program Manger for the NASA Gemini program with the Aerojet General Corporation.
Arthur Yerman - Mechanical Engineer and Medical Products Designer whose experience includes contract management with Johnson and Johnson, having designed catheters, syringes, and x-ray equipment among many other key medical devices.