Leadership

Dallas Hack, M.D.

CEO & CFO, Board Director

Colonel Dallas Hack has led a decorated medical and military career. Prior to his service with the United States Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC), he developed a background in computer sciences and engineering, and served as Vice President for several biomedical companies. As a brain injury expert, he directed the Combat Casualty Care Research Program (CCCRP) at USAMRMC, where he was accountable for coordinating traumatic brain injury (TBI) research and technology across all Department of Defense groups. From 2008 to 2014, he oversaw projects that received over $2 billion in grant funding to advance TBI research and technology. His other appointments include Command Surgeon for the Multinational Force in Iraq and, up until his retirement in 2015, Senior Medical Advisor to the Principal Assistant, Research and Technology, USAMRMC.

Paul Blunden, M.D.

Board Director & Medical Advisor

Dr. Blunden is a board certified physician in obstetrics and gynecology with over twenty years in practice. Currently acting as the vice president and partner of a large multi-million dollar multi-provider practice servicing urban, suburban and rural patients. He has previously served as a department chairman for a major health system and has been a member of the executive leadership committee focused on fiscal management, quality improvement and recruiting. Mr. Blunden specializes in both Micro and Macro level managerial decision making with an emphasis on patient care and efficient business/medical coalescing.

Phil Bendick, Ph.D.

Board Director & Medical Advisor

Dr. Bendick received his BS and MS from MIT and his PhD from Stanford University.  As an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Purdue University from 1973 to 1975 he helped establish the Medical Ultrasound Research Laboratory and worked on the development of random signal processing techniques for blood flow detection and measurement, precursors to today’s coded excitation and B-flow techniques.  Dr. Bendick became involved with the clinical application of ultrasound with his move in 1976 to the Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis, where he established the non-invasive Vascular Laboratories for the University Hospital, Wishard Memorial Hospital (county hospital) and the VA Hospital.  In 1986 he moved to William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan as both Director of Peripheral Vascular Diagnostic Center and Director of Surgical Research, all while establishing the Vascular Lab at Beaumont, which performs over 25,000 non-invasive vascular studies per year.

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