Peggy Sammon is an experienced entrepreneur with a background in multiple high-tech start-ups in environmental monitoring, wireless, and biotech. Co-founder of ADS Environmental Services, negotiated sale to Axel Johnson AB, now IDX (NYSE). Former executive team at Time Domain Corp, with focus on IP/Licensing. Past Chair of BIOAlabama. Sammon provides general mentoring for local start-ups. Bucknell Univ.
Dr. Krishnan Chittur, co-inventor of GeneCapture's technology. Expertise in biomaterials and genetic applications. Formerly with Battelle. Prof. Emeritus University of Alabama in Huntsville, where he was the first director of the Biotechnology Program. Rice University - PhD Chemical Engineering; Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay - B.S. Chemical Engineering.
Greg Thompson, former head of product design for Sanmina's Medical Division. Responsible for bringing hundreds of products to market over the past 35 years. Specialties include product commercialization, systems engineering, and project management. Deep experience with design controls, risk management, and medical device approvals. North Dakota State Univ. - BSEE in Computer Engineering.
Paula Koelle is a Molecular Biochemist and co-inventor of the CAPTURE rapid protocol. Koelle serves as Principal Investigator on grants and contracts. Technical liaison with scientific community. Leads clinical assay team initiatives in rapid identification, sample prep, and antibiotic sensitivity testing. Harvard University - Master's in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Rhodes College - B.S. Chemistry.