MANAGEMENT TEAM

tim boire

ceo and co-founder

Geoffrey Lucks

cfo and co-founder

 Tim received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Vanderbilt University and is an inventor of the novel shape memory polymers and SelfWrap technologies. He has vetted the commercial potential of SelfWrap by interviewing healthcare professionals from across the country as an Entrepreneurial Lead in the 2014 NSF I-Corps Program, a pre-intake company in the Life Science Tennessee Mentor Network Program, and awardee in numerous pitch competitions such as the 2016 Rice Business Plan Competition. It's Tim's dream to impact patients lives, and VenoStent's SelfWrap technology is an exciting opportunity to do so. Dr. Boire previously worked for 3 years at Genzyme Corporation as a Research Associate.

Tim received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Vanderbilt University and is an inventor of the novel shape memory polymers and SelfWrap technologies. He has vetted the commercial potential of SelfWrap by interviewing healthcare professionals from across the country as an Entrepreneurial Lead in the 2014 NSF I-Corps Program, a pre-intake company in the Life Science Tennessee Mentor Network Program, and awardee in numerous pitch competitions such as the 2016 Rice Business Plan Competition. It's Tim's dream to impact patients lives, and VenoStent's SelfWrap technology is an exciting opportunity to do so. Dr. Boire previously worked for 3 years at Genzyme Corporation as a Research Associate.

Geoff received his MBA from Vanderbilt with a concentration in Finance. He interned at Nashville-based Venture Capital firm, Jumpstart Foundry, where he worked with portfolio companies to build and execute marketing strategies while establishing and maintaining investor relationships. Prior to Vanderbilt, Mr. Lucks worked in Management Consulting for small to mid-sized manufacturers in the Mid-Atlantic region. Prior to this he worked in risk management for a behavioral and mental health company. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with majors in Biology and Economics and a Masters of Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania.


 

Scientific Board of Advisors

 
 

Strategic Board of Advisors