Leadership Team

Paul Gam

Paul J. Gam, President and CEO. Over 25 years in medical devices. Formerly St. Jude Medical (now Abbott) Vice President of International Development where he actively led and engaged in the assessment and acquisition of technologies and companies, and established strategic alliances. Founder and Legal Representative, China subsidiary and interim Managing Director, Asia Pacific operations; Medtronic divisional Finance Director and corporate Global Assurance Director.

Leadership experiences include Trustee, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota; Chairman, Minnesota World Trade Center; and Advisor, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

CGMA, CPA (Inactive), MBA Strategic Management (University of Minnesota), Bush Leadership Fellow, Kellogg National Fellow, Salzburg Global Fellow, and National Association of Corporate Directors Governance Fellow.

Kin-Joe Sham

Kin-Joe Sham, Chief Operating Officer. Over 18 years in medical devices. Experiences include Founder, COO, and Vice President R&D at OrthoCor Medical; Director of Engineering & Manufacturing at Acuman Technologies; and Design Engineer at Boston Scientific.

Oversaw 13 regulatory approvals/clearances in US and Europe. Numerous published patents, applications and scientific publications. Awards include Minnesota Cup (BioScience), Minnesota High Tech Association Tekne Award (Life Science), and New Technologies Showcase, Life Science Alley Expo.

PhD Electrical Engineering and MBA (University of Minnesota), MSc. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Draper Laboratory Research Fellow, and Guidant Foundation Fellow.

Charles C. Chan

Charles C. Chan, Vice President of Sales & Marketing. Over 25 years in medical devices. Experiences include Business Development and International Marketing at St. Jude Medical; Market Development, Product Marketing and Field Engineer at Medtronic.

Experienced in the optimization of distribution channels, including development of international distributor network and conversion to direct sales coverage.

MSE Biomedical Engineering (Johns Hopkins University) and MBA Finance (Pepperdine University).