Dr Lyle Bootman Ph D
Dean and Professor of the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy; founder and executive director of the University of Arizona Center for Health Outcomes and Pharmaco-Economic (HOPE) Research, one of the first such centers developed in the world. Dr. Bootman completed pharmacy residency at the world renowned National Institutes of Health Clinical Center; has authored more than 200 research articles and monographs and serves as an advisor to leading pharmaceutical companies, universities, and health care organizations throughout the world. Dr. Bootman was named to the prestigious Institute of Medicine and is past president of the American Pharmaceutical Association.
Managing Director of T2 Equity Partners and is an advisory board member of several healthcare firms including CardioCore, Tribiosys and others. He was president and CEO at Phase Forward, a software and service solution vendor for the data collection and management of clinical trials of new drugs and devices. Other roles have included CEO of Bluespec, Sr. Vice President at Viewlogic Systems Inc. and Senior Manager at Cadence Design Systems.
Faculty member of the Haas business school at the University of California Berkeley, and teaches Entrepreneurship & Innovation in the MBA program. Naeem co-founded 6 startups and was president and CEO of three high tech startups: Pyxis Technology Inc., Silicon Design Systems and Veridicom (a Bell Labs spin-off that invented the silicon fingerprint sensors today found on most laptops). He has lectured at UCLA, UC Berkeley, ISEMI (Israel), Brown University and at Lahore University of Management Sciences.
Veteran of executive positions at Kodak and Intel is presently Founder and CEO of CafeGive, a for-benefit company focused on helping nonprofit organizations and their supporters earn money through e-commerce. As general manager of Digital Imaging Services, Sandra was responsible for driving growth of the Kodak EasyShare Gallery and Kodak Mobile Service. As co-CIO at Intel, Sandra developed and led the vision to revamp many of Intel's business processes and business systems to enable a 100-percent e-Corporation. Sandra was also corporate vice president and general manager of business operations for Intel's Mobility Group.
Vice President of Division Technology for Matthews Marking Products. Previously Paul was founder and executive at Holjeron, a company that was acquired by Matthews in 2004. Holjeron designed and manufactured smart assembly line components for OEMS and major end users in material handling, semiconductor and other industries.
Rexanto has also recruited expert advisors in specific areas, including pharmacy managers, prescription benefit managers, experts on enterprise software reliability and security, and even an ex-CTO of WebMD.