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Management Team

SegAna’s core management team and advisors consist of individuals having extensive experience in radiation oncology, biomechanics, materials processing, additive manufacturing and the medical device industry. Their talents combine to ensure a well-rounded management structure.

Rodney Bosley
Rodney Bosley

Chief Executive Officer and Director SegAna, LLC

With more than 30 years of experience in the medical device/products industry, Mr. Bosley has an impressive track record of inventing, developing, manufacturing and growing product sales within multimillion-dollar Medtech companies. During his 21 years at Cook Medical, one of the largest privately held medical device companies offering devices to a variety of medical specialties, he held various management positions within sales, R&D, product and business development. Mr. Bosley held senior positions at Kensey Nash, a public company offering cardiac devices, polymer and xenograft products.

 As past President and Chief Operating Officer of ACell Inc., offering regenerative medicine devices within the wound care and surgical fields, Mr. Bosley’ experience and vision grew the company from a startup to more than $70 million in revenue. Mr. Bosley is an inventor on numerous patents and a member of the Board of Directors.

Saty Seshan
Saty Seshan

Vice President of Engineering SegAna LLC 

Mr. Seshan’s depth and experience began in 1991 when he worked as a programmer for the International Space Station.  He has over 20 years of proven experience in medical device.  Recently serving as a Senior Director for IMMUCOR, Mr. Seshan lead an international team of software engineers distributed across US, Europe and India to develop and deliver the company’s transfusion and molecular diagnostics, automation products.  Previously, Saty served as the Director of Software Engineering at GE HEALTHCARE, he was directly responsible for a team of 100 plus, global software engineers.  Mr. Seshan was directly accountable for vision, strategy, technical direction, and execution of GE’s multi-generation technical and product roadmap of the company’s re-usable / extensible software platform and next generation of products.

Tres Riley
Tres Riley

Vice President and Chief Commercialization Officer

Mr. Riley has more than 20 years of medical device experience. He has a proven history of commercializing multiple, early/incubation stage, and disruptive platform technologies for multi-million and billion-dollar corporations. Mr. Riley has held positions of increasing responsibility with Biomet Inc. and served as the Vice President of Sales for ACell for the previous five years. In a pre-IPO setting at ACell, he oversaw 150 employees with 20 direct reports. His skillsets are broad and not limited to strategic planning, channel design and distribution, identifying virgin markets, operational and organizational management, economic modelling/reimbursement, and executive P&L experience. Mr. Riley is a pioneer in emerging market technologies with the experience and perseverance necessary to establish SegAna as the market leader inside the medical device space.

Medical and Scientific Advisors
Professor Percy Lee, M.D.
Professor Percy Lee, M.D.

Medical and Scientific Advisor

Associate Professor, Vice Chair, Education, Director, Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy Program, University of California Los Angeles

Dr. Percy Lee is an Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Education for the Department of Radiation Oncology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center. He serves as the Residency Training Program Director as well as the Director for the Medical Student Clerkship. Dr. Lee attended the Johns Hopkins University and graduated with the highest honors majoring in Biomedical Engineering with a concentration in Chemical Engineering. He attended Harvard Medical School and the Harvard-MIT Health Science and Technology program (HST) where he received his M.D., and graduated Magna cum laude. At Harvard, he was also a Howard Hughes Medical Institute fellow. He interned at the Massachusetts General Hospital and received specialty training in Radiation Oncology from Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Lee is the Clinical Director of the Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) program and the Chief of Service for the Thoracic and GI Radiation Oncology programs in the department.

Professor Anand Santhanam, Ph.D.
Professor Anand Santhanam, Ph.D.

Founder, Director and Advisor

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Radiation Oncology, University of California Los Angeles

Dr. Santhanam has researched the biomechanical modeling of lungs since 2002 for different applications ranging from computer animation, virtual reality, rehabilitation, tissue engineering to radiation oncology. His PhD dissertation was focused on developing High Performance Computing based algorithms for physics and physiology- based 3D lung dynamics using state of-the-art Graphics Processing Units (GPU). His research focus is on developing algorithms for 3D/4D image processing, model based lung registration, lung anatomy deformation modeling, lung deformation based elasticity estimation, tumor dosimetry and lung deformation based radiotherapy evaluation. He has published several journal papers in the field of biomechanical organ modeling.

Professor Olusegun Ilegbusi, Ph.D.
Professor Olusegun Ilegbusi, Ph.D.

Founder, Director and Advisor

Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Central Florida

Dr. Ilegbusi is the Provost Research Excellence Professor and the Director of the Biomedical Research and Modeling Laboratory at UCFR, specializing in biomedical systems modeling and computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Dr. Ilegbusi co-developed a novel optical coherence Tomography Imaging catheter for intra-coronary plaque characterization on a project sponsored by the Florida Photonics Center of Excellence. Prof. Ilegbusi is widely published with 7 books and more than 200 technical papers in scholarly journals and his research has attracted more than $25 million in grants from highly competitive sources.

Professor Jihua Gou, Ph.D.
Professor Jihua Gou, Ph.D.

Founder and Advisor

Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Central Florida

Dr. Gou is a professor and director of the Composite Materials and Structures Laboratory at UCF and his research focuses on Polymer nanocomposites with the goal of developing new material formulation and synthesis, processing and manufacturing techniques for structural and multifunctional applications.  Dr. Gou has developed some innovative synthesis, processing and manufacturing techniques for polymer nanocomposites, including the spray-infiltration process to make polymer nanocomposites film and a 3D printing process to make polymer nanocomposites products.