We have a seasoned leadership team with extensive experience in commercialization of ablation technologies.
Board of Directors
Profound Medical Inc., receives guidance and governance from a Board of Directors that embodies deep experience in the medical device industry and a strong history of success.
Damian Lamb – Director
Mr. Lamb is co-Founder and Managing Director of Genesys Capital, a Canadian-based venture capital firm exclusively focused on the life sciences industry. Mr. Lamb brings a unique experience base, blending skills in both the commercial and technical side of biotechnology. Since co-founding Genesys Capital in 2000, Mr. Lamb has been instrumental in raising over $225 million in venture capital funds and has been involved in deploying over $140 million across 28 investments. Other than Profound, Mr. Lamb currently serves on the board of directors of Affinium Pharmaceuticals Inc. and the Centre for Probe Development and Commercialization at McMaster University. Mr. Lamb has served on the board of directors of Ionalytics Corporation (acquired by Thermo Electron Corp.), Millenium Biologix (acquired by Medtronic) and was Chairman of the board of directors of DELEX Therapeutics Inc. when it was sold to YM BioSciences. Mr. Lamb works closely with Genesys Capital investee companies to strategically position the companies to build value for shareholders. Prior to co-founding Genesys Capital, Mr. Lamb was an investment manager with MDS Capital Corp. Mr. Lamb is a frequently invited speaker at biotechnology industry conferences. Mr. Lamb graduated from McMaster University, Faculty of Health Sciences, with an M.S. in Molecular Neurobiology and also holds a Master of Business Administration from Queen’s University.
Jean-François Pariseau – Director
Mr. Pariseau is co-founder and Partner at Amplitude Ventures. Amplitude is a capital catalyst for highly innovative companies at the point of value acceleration. The Firm works with Canada’s most promising healthcare companies with a shared vision of bringing groundbreaking technologies to patients. Amplitude is focused on building world-class Canadian companies in precision medicine and next-generation medical devices. Before co-founding Amplitude, Jean-Francois was Partner at the Healthcare Fund of BDC Capital and an investment manager with CDP Capital Technology Ventures, a $2 billion global fund investing in healthcare, information technology and advanced technologies, where he was responsible for healthcare investments in Canada and the US. Prior to joining the investment world, Jean-Francois was CEO of a consulting company specializing in regulatory affairs, and VP, R&D for a pharmaceutical-product distribution company, both of which he founded. Mr. Pariseau holds a Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology from Université de Sherbrooke, a Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences from Université de Montréal, and an MBA from HEC Montréal. Jean-François currently sits on the Board of Directors of Profound Medical Inc. (TSX: PRN) and Imagia Inc (Chair).
Brian Ellacott – Director
Mr. Ellacott is an experienced global medical device executive. Mr. Ellacott joined Belmont Instrument as Chief Executive Officer in December 2017. Belmont is a Boston based private equity owned medical device company with a leading global position in fluid warming and infusion systems. Prior to Belmont, Mr. Ellacott was the President and CEO of Laborie Medical Technologies (“Laborie”). Laborie is a Urology and Gastroenterology medical device company based in Toronto with manufacturing facilities in Toronto, Montreal, Enschede NL, Attikon Switzerland and Portsmouth New Hampshire. Mr. Ellacott joined private equity owned Laborie as President and CEO in July 2013 and in four years completed 14 global acquisitions tripling Laborie’s revenue and increasing EBITDA eight fold. The company was ranked as one of the fastest growing and most profitable medical device companies in the world. Prior to joining Laborie, Mr. Ellacott served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of Invacare’s (NYSE:IVC) $1 billion North and South American homecare and rehabilitation business. Mr. Ellacott has also held executive positions with Baxter International and American Hospital Supply, with assignments in Canada, Australia and the United States. Mr. Ellacott serves on the board of Belmont and is the past Chairman of the board of the Canadian Assistive Devices Association. Mr. Ellacott holds a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario Canada and is a dual United States and Canadian citizen.
Dr. Linda Maxwell – Director
Dr. Maxwell, a seasoned surgeon and entrepreneur, is the Founding and Executive Director of the Biomedical Zone, a first-in-class, hospital-embedded business incubator for emerging health technology companies. It is an innovative strategic partnership between St. Michael’s Hospital and Ryerson University. Under Dr. Maxwell’s stewardship, the Biomedical Zone has gone from concept to creation to going concern, supporting Toronto’s leading health technology businesses and driving disruption and innovation adoption in the clinical setting. Since its founding in 2015, the Biomedical Zone has developed over 34 startup companies, collaborated with over 150 clinicians on twenty-nine hospital innovation projects, helped companies raise in excess of $35 million dollars in private investment, and supported companies through two commercial exits. Dr. Maxwell’s breadth of experience and scope of expertise is founded on over a decade and a half as an accomplished head and neck/facial plastic surgeon. Her academic medical career is distinguished by university appointments as a clinical instructor, medical school faculty member, and published scientific author. A frequent public speaker and panelist, Dr. Maxwell has addressed national and international communities on scientific research, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Additionally, Dr. Maxwell has worked internationally as a senior tech transfer manager and partnership leader for innovation and commercialization for the National Health Service and University of Oxford. She also worked for Medtronic on business strategy for South America (Brazil) and continues to consult to Medtronic on international clinical trials as an external medical monitor. In addition to her professional endeavors, Dr. Maxwell is a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D). She serves as a Board Director for Profound Medical, MedicAlert Foundation Canada, Economic Club of Canada. She serves as an innovation and health technology subject matter expert for the Federal government, Canadian Space Agency, Canadian Medical Association, Ontario Chief Innovation Strategist. In 2016, Dr. Maxwell was named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network (WXN), an award recognizing talented leaders in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. In 2018, Dr. Maxwell was recognized as one of Top 30 Women Making a Difference in Tech. Additionally, in 2018, Dr. Maxwell was distinguished as a Top 100 Accomplished Black Women in Canada. Dr. Maxwell earned a Bachelor’s degree with honors from Harvard University (Biology, cum laude), M.D. from Yale University, and M.B.A. from University of Oxford. She completed six years of residency and fellowship training in surgery at the University of Toronto. Additionally, Dr. Maxwell successfully completed Royal College of Canada, American College of Surgery, and American Board of Facial Plastic Reconstructive Surgery certifications.
Clinical Advisory Board
Profound Medical’s research and clinical trials are further informed by the considerable collective expertise of well-experienced clinicians, specializing in urology and radiology.
Peter Albertsen, Chief and Program Director of the Division of Urology, Professor of Surgery, University of Connecticut Health Center
Scott Eggener, Co-Director, Prostate Cancer Program Director, Translational and Outcomes Research, Section of Urology, Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Chicago
Adam Kibel, Chief of Urology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Chief of Urology, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center
Eric Klein, Chairman of the Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute, Professor of Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic
We currently have openings
Clinical Educator (U.S.) - candidate should reside in U.S.
Market Development Manager (U.S. - East Coast) - candidate should reside in the United States, preferably Dallas.
Market Development Manager (U.S. - West Coast) - candidate should reside in the United States, preferably Southern California.
Social Media Marketing Associate (U.S.) - candidate should reside in the U.S.
Systems and Sustaining Engineering - Intern (Mississauga, ON. Canada)
Reliability and Sustaining Engineer - Full-Time (Mississauga, ON. Canada)