Robert W. Thomas has over 20 years of successful operational experience in the life sciences industry. Robert currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for several healthcare companies, as well as serving on the Board for several non-profit organizations. Prior to his Board work, Robert served as the CEO of Fox Hollow Technologies and led the company from 12 employees in start-up mode through a successful public offering with over $200 M in annualized revenue and a $1B market capitalization. Prior to FoxHollow, Robert served as Vice-President of Operations for Conceptus, and before that was a founder of TMP, Inc, a privately financed medical device start-up company. TMP was acquired in September 1992, by a current division of GE Healthcare, and Robert stayed on as Vice President for the TMP division through February 1998. Prior to TMP, Robert was a founder of Access Devices (acquired by Baxter Healthcare). Robert received a B.A. in Economics from Ursinus College.
Robert sits on the Board of Directors at Providence Medical.