Neil Camera, President, Chairman
Mr. Camera has been a businessman specializing in International marketing and management for over 20 years. He is a graduate accountant and interned with Ernst and Young. He was a senior auditor with Pannell, Kerr Forster & Co. and Director of Operations Analysis for American Airlines Americana Division and a Senior Vice President of First Hospitality Corporation. He served as President for Orion Corporation and Inter Grande Hotels and Resorts for over 10 years and will devote full time to the Company.
Julie Foshay, Vice President, Administration
Ms. Foshay comes to Laser Therapeutics with an extensive managerial and administrative background. She was positioned with one of the top fortune 500 companies where she was division manager specializing in government contract and liaison matters. She is in charge of FDA approvals and IRB submissions as well as a host of other duties. Her expertise has enabled Laser Therapeutics to make advances on both the clinical trials and the government approvals fronts.
Karen Kelley, L.I.C.S.W. Vice President, Mental Health Director
Ms. Kelley is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Since inception, she has participated in the administration of the Company on a part time basis and will continue her services. Ms. Kelley advises on the psychological effects of therapy on the patient and the transition back to normal lifestyle after successful treatment.
Prof. Paul Bradley, Consultant
Prof. Paul Bradley is Chairman, Oral Diagnostic Sciences, College of Dental Medicine, Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale Florida. Prof. Bradley is a widely published author and lecturer. His work in TMJ disorders utilizing the Omega Laser is known world-wide. He recently relocated to the U.S. from London where he was Head of the Dental College at the Royal London Hospital. Paul advises the company on dental applications for low level laser use.
Professor Bradley's Presentation Here.
Dr. Mary Dyson, B. Sc, Ph.D., C.Biol.,F.A.I.U.M. (Hon.). Biomedical Consultant
Dr. Dyson served as head of the Tissue Repair Research Unit of the Division of Anatomy and Cell Biology for the United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospitals in London. Prior to this, she was a Senior Lecturer in anatomy at Guy's Hospital Medical School. Mary is also a Dr. Dyson advises the Company on the physiological reaction of the body to laser light and the best wavelengths and protocols for each condition being treated.
Prof. Leonardo Longo, M.D. Strategic Alliance Director
Prof. Dr. Longo returns to the Board to assist the Company in forming additional strategic alliances within the field of medical lasers. Prof. Longo is president of the International Academy for Laser Medicine and Surgery as well as an expert in both high powered and low powered lasers. He is highly pro-active in the field and organizes Laser Florence each year. Prof. Dr. Longo has authored well over one hundred fifty scientific papers and presentations at scientific meetings worldwide and is active in over a dozen international scientific societies.
Thomas Szulc, M.D., Medical Director
Dr. Szulc is one of the most experienced doctors in the U.S. dealing with low level laser therapy, pulsed field magnetic therapy and other alternative medical procedures. He is Director of Long Island Pain Treatment Center and the chief investigator for the Company. He will render advice on medical protocols and procedures to achieve optimum results as well as host regional meetings with the Company’s clinical trial centers.
Jessica Nelson, Technical Director
Ms. Nelson is General Manager of Omega Laser Systems, Ltd. She regularly lectures and conducts training sessions on the safe clinical use of low level laser therapy devices throughout the world. She will assist the Company in the development of its training and education programs as well as new product function and design. Jessica regularly travels to the U.S to meet with the Company's trial centers and update them on the latest practices in laser therapy as well as answer any questions concerning safe and effective use of the devices.