Fred has served on Analogic’s Board of Directors since 2007 as the company transitioned into a market leading, growth oriented medical technology company. Prior to joining Analogic, he served as the executive chairman and chief executive officer of Enovate Medical since 2015. He previously served as chief executive officer and director of NDS Surgical Imaging, Inc., a provider of advanced medical visualization technology, from 2011 to 2013. Fred was also chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Urologix, Inc. from 2003 to 2008. Prior to joining Urologix, Fred served as president and chief executive officer of Marconi Medical Systems, a provider of advanced CT, MRI, and nuclear medicine imaging equipment, and following its acquisition by Royal Philips Electronics in 2001, led its integration into the Philips medical business. Previously, Fred held positions as president, chief operating officer, and board member of St. Jude Medical, Inc., a medical device company focusing on implantable cardiovascular products, and as president, chief operating officer, and board member of EG&G, Inc. (now PerkinElmer), a diversified technology company.
Fred earned a BS in mechanical engineering from University of Missouri-Rolla, an MS in mechanical engineering from University of Arizona, and a PhD in mechanical engineering from University of Missouri.
Mike joined Analogic in 2014 as vice president and corporate controller. He served as Analogic’s interim chief financial officer from April through November 2015 before being named chief accounting officer. Before then, he held a number of key financial leadership roles in both private and public multinational companies, most recently as vice president of finance and corporate controller at Axcelis Technologies. Before then he was director of corporate accounting at Charles River Laboratories. Earlier in his career, Mike held various positions of increasing responsibility in the audit practice at Ernst & Young, LLP. A certified public accountant, Mike holds a bachelor of science degree in accountancy from Bentley University.
Mervat joined Analogic in 2005 as vice president of operations for ANRAD Corporation, an Analogic subsidiary. In 2006 she was named the company's president. Prior to joining ANRAD, Mervat served as president and CEO of ITF Optical Technologies, a designer and manufacturer of advanced photonics solutions. Mervat holds a bachelor of science degree in chemistry/physics from the American University in Cairo.
John joined the Company in 2007. Before coming to Analogic, he was a principal at the law firm of Driggs, Hogg, & Fry Co., L.P.A. Before that, he was senior corporate counsel and intellectual property manager for Philips Medical Systems. John received his law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and both graduate and undergraduate degrees in electrical engineering from Case Western Reserve University. He is a named inventor on 10 U.S. patents.
Jim joined Analogic in 2008. Jim came to Analogic from Booz & Company, a leading global management consulting firm, where he served in the Operations Strategy Group for over eight years. Prior to Booz & Co, Jim worked for Ingersoll-Rand in both manufacturing and advanced engineering capacities. Jim’s education includes a bachelor of science degree in engineering from Lehigh University, a master of science degree in engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and an MBA from MIT.
Before joining Analogic in 2017, Brooks was a senior medical device analyst for Piper Jaffrey, a leading investment bank and asset management firm. Prior to that he held leadership roles in marketing and business development at Urologix, a provider of urology medical devices. Brooks received a bachelor of science in business administration from the Boston University School of Management, with a concentration in economics and international finance.