Marty 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.
Jim Erickson is the Chief Financial Officer of Monteris Medical. Prior to joining Monteris, Jim served in several executive financial leadership roles, including Vice President - Finance and Vice President – Controller, for Tornier. Tornier was a publicly traded, global, high-growth, extremities orthopedics company that was acquired by Wright Medical. Prior to Tornier, Jim was a Senior Manager within the Assurance and Advisory Services practice of the global public accounting firm Ernst & Young LLP, where he served a wide range of clients from large, publicly traded firms to small, private growth stage enterprises. Jim is a Certified Public Accountant (inactive) and has an undergraduate degree in accounting from the University of Iowa.
Ty Atteberry has over 16 years of progressive experience in the medical device market. Ty started his career working for KOL Biomedical, spent 10 years with Medtronic Neuromodulation in various management capacities before serving as Vice President, Sales with IMRIS. Ty led the sales force at IMRIS for three years before joining Monteris. Ty enjoys the challenge of bringing new therapies to the medical device sector. He has helped build markets for disposable devices, neurological implants, and high-end capital equipment. Ty has a proven track record of building high performing sales teams that meet objectives while having fun. Ty has a B.S. degree in Pre Medical Studies from Baylor University where he was an Academic All American on the football team.
Richard Tyc is the Vice President, Technology and Advanced Development for Monteris Medical. He is a co-inventor of the AutoLITT concept, having joined the research team at the St. Boniface Hospital Research Center in 1999 working on the AutoLITT technology that later became Monteris. He is a Professional Engineer with a Masters degree in mechanical and industrial engineering. Prior to working on the AutoLITT development, he has worked in the fields of pharmaceutical automation, industrial automation and the prosthetic device industry.
Daryle Petersen is the Vice President of Clinical Affairs and Regulatory. Daryle is responsible for all aspects FDA strategy, compliance and global regulatory affairs. Daryle also is responsible for establishing our clinical strategy and leading the Clinical team that will collaborate with our partners to establish clinical evidence that elevates our therapies to standard of care. Daryle has over 25 years of Medical Device industry experience, joining us from Tornier, Inc., where he was Director of Global Clinical Research. Prior to that assignment, Daryle spent 24 years at Medtronic in a variety of increasingly responsible positions. He was part of an early group which helped Medtronic create one of the industry’s leading portfolios of Neuro devices in areas such as Neuromodulation (deep brain stimulation) and Neuro Drug Delivery (intrathecal drug delivery).
Ginger Glaser is Vice President of Engineering - Devices at Monteris Medical. She was recently named one of "110 Women to Know in MedTech in 2017" by Becker Hospital Review. Ginger previously served as Monteris' Vice President of Quality and Regulatory. In this role, Ginger is focused on using robust design practices to bring innovation and reliability to our customers. Prior to joining Monteris, Ginger spent 19 years at American Medical Systems, serving in a variety of executive and leadership roles in Regulatory, Quality, Project Management, Operations and Clinical Affairs. As a project manager, Ginger was responsible overseeing the development and launch of several new products that were important revenue drivers for the company. Ginger is regulatory affairs (RAC) certified and is highly involved in a number of industry level activities, including recently serving as chairperson for the joint FDA/Industry working group convened by AAMI on integrating risk-benefit assessments into post-market compliance decision making. Ginger has BS and MS degrees in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A&M University and completed Ph.D. coursework in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Minnesota prior to moving into industry.
Gord Scarth is the Vice President of Engineering - Systems and Software. Gord is responsible for development of the NeuroBlate System including interactions with 3rd party devices, and the development of the system software. Prior to joining Monteris, Gord was Vice President of R&D responsible for development of a MR-compatible Neuro-surgical robot, an integrated MR-Angio system for Neuro and Cardiac procedures, an MR-compatible Neuro-Navigation system with automatic registration, and a hybrid OR with inter-operative MR and CT imaging. He has also worked in Medical Research in the areas of non-invasive Neurological cancer detection/classification and Functional Imaging, and has come from a high-reliability product development background from his experience in Telecommunications. Gord has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Manitoba.
Jordon Honeck is the Senior Director of Quality ensuring Monteris products meet or exceed the needs of physician users while also ensuring Monteris Quality Systems are compliant to regulatory requirements established in geographies in which Monteris distributes. Jordon has a diverse background in the medical device space having over 18 years developing and delivering new technologies supporting a variety of surgical applications. Prior to joining Monteris Jordon led the Project Management organization at both Astora Health and Greatbatch Medical-Cardiovascular ensuring successful delivery of new product development programs as well as executing critical quality remediation projects. Prior to this Jordon worked a variety of roles at Medtronic including product development, marketing, program management and research. Jordon has a B.S. in mechanical engineering, an MBA, is PMP Certified, and holds 18 patents supporting medical device innovation. He is an avid Crossfit athlete and a professional musician.