Dr. Magnin spent 17 years as a key contributor to Hewlet-Packard’s Ultrasound Imaging business. He was the General Manager of Hewlett-Packard’s Imaging Systems business from January 1996 through 1998. From 1998 through 2003, Dr. Magnin was the President and CEO of LightLab Imaging, a medical device start-up company. LightLab developed a proprietary Optical Coherence Tomography technology that employs infrared light to make images with resolution on the micron scale for Cardiology, Endoscopy, Neurology, and Surgical Microscopy. Subsequently he was the Founder and President of Novelis, Inc. a privately funded start-up focused on guiding therapy for Interventional Cardiology applications. Novelis was sold to Volcano Corporation in 2008. Dr. Magnin is an advisor and board member of a number of medical device start-up companies. He holds over 16 patents and has authored over 20 scientific journal articles. He has been studying and working in medical imaging since 1977 while an undergraduate at Princeton University. In 1981 he completed his doctorate in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University where he was part of the Ultrasonic Imaging research team.