J. Michelle Urban | CEO
Urban holds a B.A. in Liberal Arts from St. John’s College and an MBA/Management of Technology from UNM. She has served as a founding member of two startups, won second place in the UNM business plan competition in 2014, and has worked in marketing, business development, writing, and consulting over the past several years.
Loraine Upham | Chairman
Upham has 26 years of experience in the biotech and pharmaceutical industry. Eli Lilly and Company, Merck and Company, Packard Bioscience, and Prolexys are among the companies for which she has worked. Currently, Upham is running her own consulting company while ensuring the PAC™ sensor will be a commercial success.
Dr. Scott S. Sibbett | Secretary
Dr. Sibbett, professor/inventor at the Biomedical Engineering Department at the University of New Mexico, invented PAC’s current prototype. He has over 20 years of research and managerial experience, and is serving as our technology advisor.
Dr. Brian E. Anderson | Research Collaborator
Dr. Anderson is a research scientist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) in the Geophysics Group where he develops new nonlinear acoustic techniques for the nondestructive evaluation of mechanical parts and structures. He is an associate editor for the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Dr. Anderson has been instrumental in testing and evaluation of the early PAC™ sensor.
Dr. Reed Selwyn | Research Collaborator
Dr. Selwyn is an Associate Professor, Chief Medical Physicist, and Vice Chair of Research in the Department of Radiology at the University of New Mexico. His research is focused on developing novel imaging techniques and image analysis algorithms to diagnose mild concussions. Prior to coming to UNM, he served 20 years as a Navy Officer and was the Chief of Medical Physics for the Navy and he designed and directed the first translational imaging facility for the Center of Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. In 2011, Dr. Selwyn deployed to Afghanistan to install the first ever MRI scanners in a warzone at Kandahar, Bagram, and Bastion Air Bases to monitor traumatic brain injury.