» » » I think Mr Whitfield is cooking the books - another ‘Mr Non-Delivery’.
» » Ive looked over his site.
» » Im a bit disapointed at what he is selling - i hope this is not a
» » reflection on whatever he is making!
» » Thanks
» » Pete
» he does say that he isnt “pushing” these products, just informing
» sufferers on what they can do to halt hair loss at the moment.
» what i want to know, was that interview from acell given to whitfield? or
» did some other company interview acell and he just put it up on his site?
» it looks as though hes interested in wnt from this interview???
» anyone know incube labs? theyre apparently a medical device development
» i hope he isnt making a laser brush style device!!!
Have you been to their site.
Are people sure Whitfield is working there? I also saw this small bio for the man who founded InCube Labs.
Mir Imran founded InCube Laboratories in 1995 to focus on his passion: creating medical device solutions that change the standard of care in critical healthcare markets. Mir began his career as a med-tech entrepreneur in the late 1970’s. Over the decades, he has become one of the world’s most successful inventors, entrepreneurs and investors in healthcare.
Mir now holds more than 200 issued patents - and is perhaps most well known for his pioneering contributions to the first FDA-approved Automatic Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator. Mir’s current crop of inventions includes advanced treatments for neural aneurysms, epilepsy, ulcerative colitis, obesity and chronic pain, among others. Most of these will enter clinical trials in the 2008 to 2010 timeframe.
As an entrepreneur, Mir has founded over 20 medical device companies, including: Vidamed (acquired by Medtronic), Physiometrix, Cardiac Pathways, Advanced Cytomextrix (acquired by Oncotech 1997), Percusurge (acquired by Medtronic 2001), Reflow, Inc. (acquired 1999), Safeview (acquired by L3 2006) Intrapace (founded 2001), Spinal Modulation (founded 2005) and Zonare (founded 1999). As an investor, Mir serves as the Life Science Venture Partner for DFJ ePlanet, where he has led 9 investments in a range of promising ventures around the globe. Mir is also an active angel investor, with a portfolio based around both medical and pharmaceutical ventures. Mir currently holds board seats with Bodymedia, Cardiovasc, Intrapace, Egeen International, Spinal Modulation, ZARS and Zonare.
Mir holds an MS in Bio-Engineering and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers, where he spent three years as a Research Specialist.