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EmersonMarty Emerson is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Monteris Medical. Mr. Emerson has over 25 years of medical device industry experience, including CEO positions with both private and public companies. He has the leadership and market knowledge necessary to continue to grow Monteris into a world-class medical device company. Prior to joining Monteris, Marty spent eight years as the President and CEO of Galil Medical, a private company and leader in the cryoablation systems market. During his tenure, Galil’s sales increased fourfold, and the company was acquired by BTG plc in June, 2016. During the eight years leading up to Galil, he was President and CEO of American Medical Systems (AMS), a public urology and gynecology device company with sales of over $500 million. Prior to both Galil and AMS, he held various management positions, both domestic and international, with Boston Scientific Corporation and Baxter International. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Vascular Solutions, Incisive Surgical, and Tepha Medical Devices. Marty holds a B.S. degree in accounting from Marquette University.

EmmittRichard Emmitt is a General Partner of The Vertical Group, a leading venture capital firm specializing in the medical device industry, and was a founder of the firm in 1989. Mr. Emmitt has over 40 years of experience in investment research, investment banking, and investment management. He has been an investor and member of the Board of Directors of several of the medical device industry’s most successful companies including SciMed Life Systems, Xomed Surgical, American Medical Systems, ev3, Inc, and Wright Medical Group. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Tornier, Tepha Medical, Galil Medical, and Soft Tissue Regeneration. Mr. Emmitt holds a B.A. from Bucknell University and an M.B.A. from the Rutgers School of Business.

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ReinsteinMr. Reinstein has more than 25 years of medical device experience. Most recently, he was the President and CEO of Aptus Endosystems Inc. where he recently led the sale of the company to Medtronic. Prior to joining Aptus, James served as Executive Vice-President and Chief Commercial Officer at Cyberonics, a neuromodulation company focused on helping patients with epilepsy, depression and chronic heart failure. Mr Reinstein also spent 17 years at Boston Scientific in various leadership, much of it based outside the in Europe, Asia and Latin America. He graduated with a BA in Marketing from the the University of Georgia. James is currently a General Partner at Palo Alto Medtech Advisors and sits on the board of directors at two publicly traded medical device companies.

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