Independent FUSE Oversight Board
Glen McLaughlin / IFOB Chair, Mindray Medical International
Glen has over 25 years of product development, innovation and leadership experience. He presently serves as President of Innovation & Development and Chief Product Officer of Mindray Medical International, the largest medical device company in China. He previously served as Zonare’s Vice President of Engineering for over 12 years, having led all technology and product development. Zonare was acquired by Mindray in 2013. At Zonare, he established and managed a world class engineering team to cover all aspects of engineering development, including electrical, mechanical, software, regulatory, transducers, and imaging physics. The team consisted of 30 engineers, 15 with Ph.D.’s.
Glen has brought over a dozen products to market generating over $500M of revenue. He holds 47 issued patents, 5 allowed, and 30 pending in the medical device field. His passion is to bring new technologies to market that can have a positive impact on humanity. He has established research collaborations with leading academic centers both in the US and abroad. At InCube Labs, he was instrumental to the growth of a number of medical device companies, such as Fe3 Medical, Corhythm, Neurolink, and Python Medical.
Glen also serves as a visiting professor at several institutions around the world along with sitting on the board or as an advisor to a number of medical technology companies.
Glen holds a BSEE from Carnegie Mellon University, a MSEE and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University where his doctoral research focused on a biosensor design.
Andrew Bell / University of Leeds
Andrew Bell was appointed Professor in Electronic Materials at the University of Leeds since 2000, following a 15-year career in industry. His research focusses on the fabrication, characterization, modelling and applications of novel ferroelectric and piezoelectric materials, resulting in the publication of over 200 scientific papers. He is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, of IoM3 and of IEEE. He received the IEEE Ferroelectrics Recognition Award in 2012, the IoM3 Verulam Medal in 2014 and the Japanese Ferroelectrics International Award in 2015.
During the 2000’s, he led work on novel piezoelectric materials based on BiFeO3-PbTiO3 ceramics, with operating temperatures over 500°C and in 2013 founded a spin-out company, Ionix Advanced Technologies Ltd, to develop and manufacture devices based on the new material, including high temperature ultrasound transducers for monitoring and inspection of hot industrial plant. His group is one of the few in Europe to have successfully grown relaxor-PbTiO3 single crystals through a collaboration with Thales Underwater Systems.
Larry Mo / LMo Consulting LLC
Larry obtained his BASc degree in Engineering Science, and MASc and PhD in EE (BME) all from the University of Toronto, Canada. His graduate research was centered around the area of Doppler ultrasound, including publication of two book chapters and a number of journal papers. Larry has about 30 years of R&D experience in the ultrasound industry in the USA, including 20 years at GE and about 10 years with start-up Zonare in Silicon Valley. In his most recent decade at GE Research center, Larry held leadership positions including Ultrasound lab manager, global ultrasound portfolio leader and Principal Scientist. Since the middle of 2020, he has become an independent consultant for a few start-up’s involved in novel clinical applications of ultrasound. Larry holds over 40 USA patents, many of which have been implemented on commercial ultrasound products. More details can be found in Larry’s LinkedIn profile. Outside of work, Larry enjoys spending time with his family, travel, hiking and church activities.
Hendrik J. Vos / Delft University of Technology
Hendrik J. Vos received the M.Sc. degree in Applied Physics from Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands in 2004, and his Ph.D. degree with the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, in 2010. He worked as a Postmaster Researcher with the University of Florence, Italy, on acoustic contrast agent characterizations and modelling. In a non-academic side path, he operated as a contract researcher for the petrochemical industry on cutting-edge ultrasonic monitoring solutions for three years. He currently is associate professor with Erasmus MC and Delft University of Technology, and received a 1-MEUR Dutch NWO-TTW-VIDI personal grant in 2018 and acts as PI in several research projects. His research interests include acoustical array technology for biomedical imaging in all its aspects: transducers, 2-D and 3-D beamforming, cardiac shear waves, ultrafast Doppler, contrast imaging, and related subclinical and clinical studies.