Tom is an intensivist, pulmonologist and engineer with extensive research, prototyping and clinical experience. Tom oversees NeuroSave’s pre-clinical and clinical programs and developed the first NeuroSave device. He has previously practiced medicine for 12 years at Kaiser-Permanente in the San Francisco Bay area. Tom completed his pulmonary/critical care fellowship and post-doctoral work at University of Washington (Seattle) where he developed pioneering in-vivo functional lung imaging technology and non-hyperbaric treatments for carbonmonoxide poisoning. He received his degree in medicine from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Villanova University.