March 5, 2018



Stephen Towe

Stephen Towe is the CEO of Leo Cancer Care having previously held the role of Head of Product Development since joining the company in 2017. Stephen has a track record of delivering the most innovative products in radiotherapy having led development teams in the completion and release of the Elekta Unity MRI guided radiotherapy system. Stephen has built a career innovating and commercialising radiotherapy products in the United States, Australia and across Europe and strengthened his business acumen graduating from the New South Wales Medical Device Commercialisation Training Programme in May 2018.


Prof. Thomas Rockwell “Rock” Mackie

Professor Mackie (PhD, Medical Physics) is a University of Wisconsin Professor Emeritus and serial entrepreneur who has co-founded many not-for-profit and for-profit organizations.
Rock co-founded the Geometrics Corporation to develop the Pinnacle Radiotherapy Treatment Planning System (TPS) now owned by Philips Medical Corporation and once the largest selling TPS in the world. Rock co-founded TomoTherapy in 1997, an image-guided intensity modulated radiotherapy machine company and was Chair of the Board from founding through exit. He is also co-founder and Board member of several companies including LCC, HealthMyne, Asto CT and OnLume.

Dr. Ajit Singh

Ajit Singh is the Managing Director at Artiman Ventures, a Silicon Valley based VC firm focused on early-stage technology and life science investments. Additionally, he serves on the Boards of Max Healthcare and Cadila Pharmaceuticals, and as a Senior Advisor to the Tata Trusts Cancer Care program. He also serves on the board of Trustees of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Foundation.
In the past he has served as the CEO of Siemens Oncology and the CEO of BioImagene, a cancer diagnostics startup that was acquired by Roche. He is currently the Chairman of the Board of two Oncology focused companies – CORE Diagnostics based in India and Sofie Biosciences based in the US. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the School of Medicine at Stanford. Ajit has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Columbia University, a Master’s in Computer Engineering from Syracuse University and a bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering from Banaras Hindu University. He has published two books and five patents.



Mark Strangeman


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