SentrX™ Board of Directors

Richard K. Koehn, Ph.D.
Co-founder, Chairman and Executive Director
A consultant to the venture capital business for over 15 years, Dr. Koehn was Entrepeneur of the Year in 1991. As CEO of Salus Therapeutics, he negotiated its acquisition by Genta, Inc. In 2005, Dr. Koehn negotiated a $7.5M investment in SentrX Surgical, Inc. leading to the creation of Carbylan BioSurgery, Inc.; Glycosan Biosystems, Inc.; and SentrX™ Animal Care, Inc. Founding Director of the Center for Advanced Biomedical Technology in NY, and Vice President of Research at the University of Utah (1992-2000), in 2005, Dr. Koehn was awarded the Governor's Medal in Science and Technology. He is the author of more than 100 publications and has been recognized as a distinguished alumnus by Western Michigan University and Arizona State University.

Brian Segebrecht, MBA
President & Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Segebrecht has over 6 years of experience in the animal health industry in acquisitions, divestitures, in-licensing transactions, corporate strategy and business planning. Prior to joining SentrX, Mr. Segebrecht worked for Bayer Animal Health where he held positions in R&D Project Management, Strategy and Business Development and Licensing. His industry knowledge and experience extends to production animal products and companion animal products; EPA-regulated and FDA-regulated products; and both over-the-counter and prescription products. Mr. Segebrecht holds a B.Sc. in Finance and M.B.A. from the University of Kansas. He also attended program for executives on Negotiations and Decision Making Strategies at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.

Thomas N. Parks, Ph.D.
Director and Secretary to the Board
After training in neuroscience at the University of California, Yale University and the University of Virginia, in 1978 Dr. Parks joined the faculty of the University of Utah School of Medicine, where he is now Emeritus Professor of Neurobiology & Anatomy. He served as the George & Lorna Winder Professor of Neuroscience and chair of his department from 1992-2007 and as the Vice President for Research and President of the Research Foundation for the University of Utah from 2008-2016. He was a co-founder of NPS Pharmaceuticals Inc. and a board member from 1986-2006; the company developed three first-in-class drugs and was acquired in 2015 by Shire Plc. He is currently a director of Navigen Pharmaceuticals Inc. and Oak Ridge Associated Universities. Dr. Parks is a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors and a recipient of the Utah Governor’s Medal for Science & Technology.

Bonnie G. Campbell, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVS
Director
Dr. Bonnie Grambow Campbell received her DVM and PhD degrees from Cornell University. After completing a small animal surgical residency at the University of Wisconsin, she became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Dr. Campbell is currently a Clinical Associate Professor of Small Animal Surgery at Washington State University, where she is a soft tissue surgeon in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital and director of the small animal surgery and applied anatomy courses. Dr. Campbell has received a number of teaching awards. She gives continuing education programs at regional, national, and international veterinary conferences and has served as president of the Society of Veterinary Soft Tissue Surgery and the Veterinary Wound Management Society. Special clinical interests include wound healing and oncologic and reconstructive surgery.

David L Williams, MA MEd VetMD PhD DECAWBM CertVOphthal CertWEL FHEA FRSB FRCVS
Director
Williams has lectured in the USA, Canada, Russia, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Sudan and many European countries. In both his clinical work and research he has attempted to integrate an understanding of the mechanisms of vision in the normal eye with new treatments for eye disease in animals and humans. His research particularly focuses on ocular immunology and dry eye together with oxidative stress and age-related changes including corneal ulceration and cataract formation. Dr. Williams has published more than 50 papers, 20 book chapters and 4 books. Williams interests also extends into the history of ophthalmology, animal welfare and ethics, and evaluating how his Christian faith should impact on his work with animals. He is a diplomate of the European College of Animal Welfare and Behaviour Medicine and is also interested in veterinary education and especially in the use of animals in teaching veterinary students. Williams is presently pursuing a second Ph.D. doctorate in education focusing improving the teaching ethics to veterinary students.

David A. Wilkie. D.V.M., M.S., Diplomate A.C.V.O.
Consultant to the Board
Dr. Wilkie obtained his D.V.M. degree in 1984 from the University of Guelph, Canada. He spent one year at the University of Pennsylvania as an intern. In 1985, he began a 3-year residency at The Ohio State University and received a Masters degree in comparative ophthalmology. He received both his Masters degree (MS) and ophthalmology specialty boards (ACVO) in 1988. He is currently Professor of Ophthalmology and Interim Department Chair of Veterinary Clinical Sciences and a Professor in the College of Medicine at The Ohio State University. Dr. Wilkie has trained 19 residents who are Board Certified in the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists or the European College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and 3 Diplomates in Japanese Comparative Ophthalmology. In addition, Dr. Wilkie has provided advanced training in ophthalmology to over 32 veterinarian ophthalmologists from 12 countries.

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