Medical & Technology
Dr. Minghsun Liu
Dr. Liu received his undergraduate degree from MIT, majoring in Biology with minor in Computer Science; and his M.D. and Ph.D. in Microbiology and Immunology from UCLA. He completed his internal medicine training at the University of Washington in Seattle and infectious diseases research and training at Stanford University. He has held academic appointments at UCLA, California Institute of Technology (CalTech), and the West Los Angeles VA Medical Center. His research has focused on fields including microbial pathogenesis, bacteriophage, biodefense, microbial genomics, microbiome, and bio/medical informatics. Dr. Liu has published in top journals including Science and Nature; and presented at international conferences including IDWeek, American Society for Microbiology General Meeting, and Academy of Physician for Wound Healing.
As an infectious disease physician with over 15 years of experience, he has chaired hospital committees on infection controls and antimicrobial stewardships. At Woundtech, he oversees the clinical wound care operations and provides support for development of cutting-edge wound management technologies and practices.
Dr. Philip H. Brodsky, Ph.D.
Dr. Brodsky received his Bachelor and Ph.D. degrees in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University. He had a 34 year career in Research and Development at Monsanto Company, and as Corporate Vice President he had responsibility for corporate R&D and the development of environmental technologies. His research and patents included developments in the fields of materials, chemical science, and pharmaceuticals.
He has served on advisory committees at Cornell, Washington University, University of Arizona, US Department of Defense, US Department of Energy, the Environmental Protection Agency, the American Chemical Society, and the Council for Chemical Research. He served as a Board Director of Metaphore Pharmaceuticals, Inc,, the Industrial Research Institute, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Society for Senior Executives, the St. Louis Research Council, Inroads St. Louis, and the Walking Mountains Science Center (Board Chair). He also served as Chair of the National Research Council’s Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology.
Mr. Cochey is UVC PureLight 36О's Director of Engineering and experienced chemical engineer who has spent his entire career in the lighting industry. In his role at UVC PureLight 360, Matthew is the Director of Engineering, he oversees all engineering related activities. In addition Matthew spent six years at Venture Lighting International where he gained valuable experience in new product development, testing and continuous improvement. Matthew received his B.S.E. in Chemical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and as an undergraduate worked as a research assistant where his work with microplasmas was published.