The Thermedical Team

The THERMEDICAL™ Team



Michael G. Curley | Katharine M. Stohlman | Patrick S. Hamilton

 

Michael G. Curley, Ph.D., Founder and President, Board Member

Michael G. Curley, Ph.D., Founder and President, THERMEDICALDr. Curley is the inventor of SERF™ Ablation Therapy. Dr. Curley previously founded Acuson’s Interventional Devices Business Unit and was its Vice President and General Manager with full profit and loss responsibility, from 1997-2002. He was the inventor of the AcuNav™ Diagnostic Ultrasound Catheter and led its successful development and introduction to the electrophysiology and interventional cardiology markets. Dr. Curley received his S.B., S.M., and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His graduate research focused on thermal therapy for cancer and on biological heat transfer during therapy. Dr Curley serves as a reviewer of NIH SBIR grant applications on various special study sections.


Katharine M. Stohlman, Chief Operating Officer and V.P. Regulatory and Clinical Affairs

Katharine M. Stohlman,Chief Operating Officer and V.P. Regulatory and Clinical Affairs, THERMEDICALMrs. Stohlman is a seasoned medical device executive and leads clinical, regulatory, and quality control for Thermedical™. Mrs. Stohlman was employed by Hewlett-Packard Company’s Medical Group for 20 years in cardiac ultrasound transducer operations management. For eight years, Mrs. Stohlman was Vice President of Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs for Viacor, Inc., a venture-funded structural heart repair medical device company. Mrs. Stohlman received her S.B. Materials Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an MBA degree from Harvard Business School. Mrs. Stohlman holds RAPS certification for Europe.


Patrick S. Hamilton, Ph.D., Founder and V.P. Engineering, Board Member

Patrick S. Hamilton, Ph.D., Founder and V.P. Engineering, THERMEDICALDr. Hamilton is the inventor of the SERF™ Ablation System and will lead Thermedical’s™ technical development and implementation of the pre-clinical and clinical system. Dr. Hamilton has considerable experience designing and implementing hardware and software for diagnostic and therapeutic medical systems. His ECG analysis software is the basis for five commercial ECG analysis systems, and he is the author of the predominant open source software for ECG analysis. Dr. Hamilton received his S.B. in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an M.S in Biomedical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.