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Autonomic Technologies Board of Directors

6 Board of directors

Autonomic Technologies has 6 board of directors, including Gilbert Kliman.

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Gilbert Kliman

Gil joined InterWest in 1996. As a leader of InterWest’s Healthcare investment team, he invests in a broad array of healthcare opportunities, with a special interest in ophthalmology, digital health, and AI/robotics. Gil pioneered InterWest’s highly successful ophthalmology franchise. He was an early investor in Avedro, Glaukos, LenSx, and IntraLase, category-creating ophthalmic companies that became standard-of-care for eye surgery around the world. As a successful digital health investor, Gil built this important franchise for InterWest over the last twenty years through multiple companies. He led the Series A of Epocrates, the industry-leading first mobile application for physicians, serving on the board through its 2011 IPO, and was the founding institutional investor in Doximity, helping to build it into the leading physician social network engaging over 70% of U.S. physicians with over one million total users.

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Joseph Lacob

Mr. Lacob has served as a Director since 2008. Mr. Lacob has been a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers since 1987. He has been closely involved with KPCB’s investments in over fifty life science companies, including the start-up or incubation of a dozen ventures and with KPCB’s medical technology practice, which includes over thirty therapeutic and diagnostic medical device companies. He is part of KPCB’s growing initiative in the fields of greentech and alternative energy. In addition to serving on the Board of Sundrop Fuels, Mr. Lacob also serves on the Board of Directors of two public companies, Align Technology and Orexigen as well as several other privately-held companies, including Ophthonix, NeuroPace, TherOx, Arresto Biosciences and Codon Devices. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from the University of California at Irvine, a MS in Public Health from UCLA and his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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Kevin Wasserstein

specializes in investing and building medical device companies at Versant. His work with entrepreneurs spans the earliest seed or concept stage of development through the entire life cycle of the company. </br></br> Kevin has more than eighteen years of venture capital and operating experience in medical device and high technology companies, and currently serves, or has served, in board or advisory roles with companies which include: Acclarent (acquired: Johnson &amp; Johnson), Autonomic Technologies, Cardiac Concepts, LipoSonix (acquired: Medicis), Lutonix, Microfabrica, NeoGuide Systems (acquired: Intuitive Surgical), Rox Medical, Second Sight Medical, St. Francis Medical (acquired: Kyphon) and The Innovation Factory. In addition, he serves as a member of AdvaMed's National Venture Capital Advisory Board, and MDMA's Venture Capital Advisory Group. </br></br> Before joining Versant in 2002, Kevin held a variety of marketing and business development roles at Guidant Corporation. Most recently he served as head of marketing in Guidant's Cardiac Surgery Group, where he led the group's product/market development and launch initiatives. In Guidant's Peripheral and Carotid Group, Kevin developed and launched several first-generation stent and embolic protection devices while leading the carotid stent program's marketing activities. Previously, in Guidant's Compass Business Development Group, Kevin's responsibilities included acquisition, licensing and investment with both private and public medical device companies, and corporate strategy. His operational experience also includes business development at Heartstream, and engineering design and engineering management at Hughes Aircraft Company. </br></br> Kevin holds both Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Mechanical Engineering, specializing in product design, as well as an MBA, all from Stanford University.

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Sami Hamadã©

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Sami Hamade

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Name

Gilbert Kliman

Joseph Lacob

Kevin Wasserstein

Sami Hamadã©

Sami Hamade

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Work History

Gil joined InterWest in 1996. As a leader of InterWest’s Healthcare investment team, he invests in a broad array of healthcare opportunities, with a special interest in ophthalmology, digital health, and AI/robotics. Gil pioneered InterWest’s highly successful ophthalmology franchise. He was an early investor in Avedro, Glaukos, LenSx, and IntraLase, category-creating ophthalmic companies that became standard-of-care for eye surgery around the world. As a successful digital health investor, Gil built this important franchise for InterWest over the last twenty years through multiple companies. He led the Series A of Epocrates, the industry-leading first mobile application for physicians, serving on the board through its 2011 IPO, and was the founding institutional investor in Doximity, helping to build it into the leading physician social network engaging over 70% of U.S. physicians with over one million total users.

Mr. Lacob has served as a Director since 2008. Mr. Lacob has been a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers since 1987. He has been closely involved with KPCB’s investments in over fifty life science companies, including the start-up or incubation of a dozen ventures and with KPCB’s medical technology practice, which includes over thirty therapeutic and diagnostic medical device companies. He is part of KPCB’s growing initiative in the fields of greentech and alternative energy. In addition to serving on the Board of Sundrop Fuels, Mr. Lacob also serves on the Board of Directors of two public companies, Align Technology and Orexigen as well as several other privately-held companies, including Ophthonix, NeuroPace, TherOx, Arresto Biosciences and Codon Devices. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from the University of California at Irvine, a MS in Public Health from UCLA and his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

specializes in investing and building medical device companies at Versant. His work with entrepreneurs spans the earliest seed or concept stage of development through the entire life cycle of the company. </br></br> Kevin has more than eighteen years of venture capital and operating experience in medical device and high technology companies, and currently serves, or has served, in board or advisory roles with companies which include: Acclarent (acquired: Johnson &amp; Johnson), Autonomic Technologies, Cardiac Concepts, LipoSonix (acquired: Medicis), Lutonix, Microfabrica, NeoGuide Systems (acquired: Intuitive Surgical), Rox Medical, Second Sight Medical, St. Francis Medical (acquired: Kyphon) and The Innovation Factory. In addition, he serves as a member of AdvaMed's National Venture Capital Advisory Board, and MDMA's Venture Capital Advisory Group. </br></br> Before joining Versant in 2002, Kevin held a variety of marketing and business development roles at Guidant Corporation. Most recently he served as head of marketing in Guidant's Cardiac Surgery Group, where he led the group's product/market development and launch initiatives. In Guidant's Peripheral and Carotid Group, Kevin developed and launched several first-generation stent and embolic protection devices while leading the carotid stent program's marketing activities. Previously, in Guidant's Compass Business Development Group, Kevin's responsibilities included acquisition, licensing and investment with both private and public medical device companies, and corporate strategy. His operational experience also includes business development at Heartstream, and engineering design and engineering management at Hughes Aircraft Company. </br></br> Kevin holds both Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Mechanical Engineering, specializing in product design, as well as an MBA, all from Stanford University.

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Autonomic Technologies Management Team

10 Team Members

Autonomic Technologies has 10 executives. Autonomic Technologies's current Chief Executive Officer, President is Niamh Pellegrini.

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Niamh Pellegrini

Chief Executive Officer, President

Current

Craig Patterson

Chief Financial Officer

Current

Shashidhar Kori

Chief Medical Officer

Current

Benjamin D Pless

Chief Executive Officer, President

Former

Benjamin Pless

Chief Executive Officer

Former

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Niamh Pellegrini

Craig Patterson

Shashidhar Kori

Benjamin D Pless

Benjamin Pless

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Chief Executive Officer, President

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Medical Officer

Chief Executive Officer, President

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