Chairman of the Board, CEO & President
Mr. Spoor previously held the title of CFO for Sunstone BioSciences. Mr. Spoor holds a Nuclear Pharmacy degree from the University of Toronto as well as an M.B.A. from Columbia University with concentrations in finance and accounting. Mr. Spoor has been a guest lecturer at Columbia Business School, Kings College in London and the University of Newcastle in Australia and has presented at medical grand rounds and psychiatric grand rounds at various hospitals on the role of brain imaging.
Prior to joining Sunstone BioSciences, he worked as a consultant at Oliver Wyman focusing on helping pharmaceutical and medical device companies evaluate their global revenue potential given the complex interplay of regulatory approvals, the reimbursement environment, as well as the impact of physician preference within constantly evolving standards of care. He further specialized on the implications of healthcare reform on new product approval and health insurance reform.
Mr. Spoor has also been an equity research analyst at J.P. Morgan and Credit Suisse covering the Biotechnology and Medical Device industries. Mr. Spoor worked in the pharmaceutical industry spending 10 years with Amersham / GE Healthcare where he worked in 7 countries in a variety of roles including setting up GMP facilities meeting ISO 9001 standards, accountability for the entire nuclear cardiology portfolio and most recently as the Director of New Product Opportunities leading the PET strategic plan.
Boyan Goumnerov, MD
COO & Vice President Clinical Trials
Prior to his appointment with FluoroPharma Dr. Goumnerov has held executive positions in the healthcare and biomedical research fields most recent of which are President of VasoStent, Inc. and managing director of CardioVas Inc.- start-up medical device companies targeting the field of intravascular cardiac imaging and therapy. His academic background includes research within the departments of Surgery and Molecular Biology at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and The Shriners Burn Hospital for Children, Boston, where he held academic appointments with Harvard Medical School. Dr. Goumnerov also did extensive work within the Department of Pathology/Neuropathology at Children's Hospital Boston, in developing image analysis protocols for evaluation of neuromuscular diseases before moving to MGH. He is co-author of numerous scientific publications. Dr. Goumnerov obtained his M.D. from the Medical University of Sofia, Bulgaria, and worked as a clinician prior to relocating to the US.
Ms. Rhein joined FluoroPharma in 2011 as Controller. Prior to FluoroPharma, she was Controller of Manhattan Pharmaceuticals, where in addition to maintaining the critical financial functions for the company, she was also responsible for a wide range of activities including financial statement preparation, footnote disclosures for SEC filings, stock option accounting and quarterly and year-end audits. Before Manhattan Pharmaceuticals, Ms. Rhein was with Vyteris, where her primary role was to manage the SEC accounting and reporting department. In addition to her financial responsibilities, Ms. Rhein worked with the CEO on the launch of a new product. In this capacity, she managed critical aspects of coordination, timing and tracking of the initiative.
Before joining Vyteris, Ms. Rhein was Vice President of New Business at Credit Suisse First Boston, where she provided comprehensive research and analysis to guide Senior Management on certain projects and complex business transactions.
Prior to its merger with Credit Suisse First Boston, Ms. Rhein was a Vice President of External Reporting at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, where she prepared and reviewed SEC filings for both Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette and Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette direct. She was extensively involved in the Initial Public Offering of the Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette direct tracking stock issued in May 1999.
Ms. Rhein began her career as a Senior Auditor for Deloitte & Touche, where she planned and administered audit engagements for several large banks and insurance companies.
Ms. Rhein received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from California State University, and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Edward L. Lyons Jr.
Vice President Marketing
Prior to joining FluoroPharma, Mr. Lyons was with GE Healthcare where he held management positions of increasing responsibility, culminating in his appointment to Global Marketing Director, Nuclear Medicine, where he was responsible for the worldwide marketing of the general purpose, hybrid imaging and direct-conversion detector camera portfolios. During his tenure with GE Healthcare, Mr. Lyons successfully launched AdreView ™ and was responsible for the Cardiology commercial and development portfolios.
Before GE Healthcare, Mr. Lyons was with Bristol-Myers Squibb Medical Imaging, where he held positions in Medical Affairs Field Operations and Marketing. Prior to Bristol-Myers, Mr. Lyons was with DuPont Pharmaceuticals, where over the span of ten years he held positions in Nuclear Cardiology ranging from Sales and Marketing to Medical Affairs, where he was appointed to Director. Mr. Lyons began his career within the hospital environment, where he was Chief Technologist in Nuclear Medicine and Nuclear Cardiology at Philadelphia Heart Institute, and Temple University Hospital.