Robert F. Rosenbluth, Ph.D.
Bob has an extensive background of leadership, innovation, and
entrepreneurship in the medical device industry. Bob is one of the
co-founders of Inceptus Medical, LLC a medical device incubator founded in
June 2011. Prior to Inceptus, he was a founder of Sequent Medical. Bob
served as President and CEO of Sequent from inception to 2010 and remains
Chairman of the Board. Before Sequent, Bob was a founder of MicroVention,
serving as President and CEO since its inception in 1997 through September
2002 and as Chairman of the Board from inception through March 2006. Prior
to founding MicroVention, he founded Advanced Surgical Intervention and
served in various business development and senior management positions at
Medtronic, Pfizer, and Cardiothoracic Systems. He holds a B.S. in chemical
engineering from Columbia University, an M.S. in chemical engineering, and a
Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from UC Berkeley.
Brian is one of the co-founders of Inceptus Medical, LLC founded in June
2011 a medical device incubator. Prior to Inceptus, he was a founder of
Sequent Medical. Brian served as Vice President and Chief Technical Officer
since the Company's founding. During this time, Brian led the Sequent team
in developing the Company’s initial technology platform from incubator to
concept, through preclinical testing, and on to successful initial human use
and CE mark. Prior to Sequent, Brian was a founder of MicroVention. At
MicroVention, Brian served as Vice President of Business and Technology
Development. Prior to MicroVention, Brian was Engineering Manager at
Medtronic AneuRx, Inc. Prior to AneuRx, he held various managerial and
technical positions with Advanced Surgical Intervention, Inc., Allergan
Medical Optics, and Shiley. He earned a B.S. in mechanical engineering from
Oregon State University and a M.B.A. from Pepperdine University. Brian is an
inventor on over 40 issued U.S. and international patents.
Mr. Lubock is a Principal and one of the co-founders of Inceptus Medical,
LLC a medical device incubator founded in June 2011. Prior to Inceptus, he
was one of the co-founders of SenoRx, Inc. established in January 1998 to
design, develop and market instruments for the diagnosis and treatment of
breast cancer, which was successfully acquired by C.R. Bard, Inc. in July
2010 for $213M. He served as Chief Technical Officer from October 1999 and
Senior Vice President from April 2009 until his departure in April 2011. Mr.
Lubock also served on the Board of Directors from January 1998 to December
2001 and served as Chief Operating Officer from January 1998 to October
1999. Prior to January 1998, Mr. Lubock was the co-founder and a principal
at Abacus Design & Development, a medical product development company, and
the founder of Laparomed, a laparoscopic medical device company acquired by
Advanced Surgical, Inc. in 1994. Mr. Lubock held various positions at
Laparomed, including President, Vice President of Engineering and served on
its Board of Directors. Mr. Lubock holds over 75 issued and pending U.S.
patents. He earned his B.A. in Applied Mechanics and Engineering Science
from the University of California, San Diego and his M.S. in Mechanical
Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.