The Board of Advisors includes the founding partners, President and experts from the medical community.
Founders: Terry Colip, Greg Colip and Jerry Bryant
President: F. David Rollo, M.D., Ph.D.
Wayne Yakes, M.D.
Director, Vascular Malformation Center, Interventional Neuroradiology and Interventional
Radiology – Swedish Medical Center, Englewood, Colorado.
Dr. Yakes is board certified in Radiology, Interventional Radiology and Neuroradiology with thirty one clinical professor appointments with university medical centers around the world including the University of Michigan Medical School, University of London Medical Center and Royal St. Albert’s University Medical Center. Forty eight medical publications have been authored or co-authored by Dr. Yakes in addition to five hundred and eighty five medical presentations. Dr. Yakes is a 1975 Distinguished Military Graduate and selected by Department of Army for the Military Intelligence Corps. Dr. Yakes received both his Airborne Paratrooper Badge and Ranger Tab in 1974. Dr. Yakes received his B.A. from Rice University in 1975 and M.D. from Creighton University School of Medicine in 1979.
President, Neem, L.L.C.
Mr. Hanley is an experienced global business leader who has managed highly complex pharmaceutical and medical device operations with annual global revenue exceeding $1 billion. Prior to establishing Neem, Mr Hanley served as the President of Covidien’s Imaging Solutions business unit where he led a multifunctional organization that included sales, marketing, logistics, manufacturing, as well as research and development. Mr. Hanley led Covidien Imaging Solutions in 2007 and 2008 to high single digit revenue growth with rapid expansion outside of the United States. His leadership included guiding investments in new products and technologies. Mr. Hanley earned his MBA and BS, Business Administration from Marquette University.
Saad Zakko, M.D.
Consultant – Nuclear Medicine
Former Director of Department of Nuclear Medicine, Dubai Hospital
Dr. Zakko was Director of Nuclear Medicine at Dubai Hospital from 1986 through 2004. He has also served as an expert for the International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna; Lecturer, Dubai Medical College; Member of the Editorial Board, World journal of Nuclear Medicine; Member of the International Council, American Society of Nuclear Cardiology and Adjunct Faculty Member, College of Health Sciences, Sharjah University. Dr. Zakko received his M.B.Ch.B from Bagdad Medical College and MSc. Nuclear Medicine from St. Thomas Hospital London, United Kingdom. In February 2005, Dr. Zakko received the Specialist Achievement Award for Imaging presented by Arab Health Awards 2005..