The Capture Vascular team consists of an experienced, multi-disciplinary group of physicians, medical doctors, entrepreneurs, regulatory experts, and engineers. With over 150 years of combined experience, the strength of the team lies in this unique blend of medical device expertise, strong strategic and physician relationships, and the proven ability to execute. Check out our bios and connect.
Eric Wells is an experienced CEO, strategist, and investor with expertise in acquiring and managing companies. He resides on the boards of or is an advisor to companies in the medical device, real estate, tech and travel tech industries, and he has had a long and successful career developing commercial and residential real estate projects. Wells began his career as a builder, successfully completing a number of commercial and residential property developments.
Bryan comes to Capture Vascular from multi-national banking firm Credit Suisse where he worked in its Houston, TX office. Prior to Credit Suisse, Bryan worked for Philadelphia-based health benefits consultant, Wellness Coaches USA, serving two different Fortune 500 companies in Houston, TX and Wichita, KS. Bryan received an MBA from the Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University with concentrations in Finance and Entrepreneurship. He graduated summa cum laude from Oklahoma Christian University with a BS in Biology.
Aaron has extensive experience in the medical device startup industry. Graduating from Arizona State University with a BS in Biomedical Engineering, Aaron has been integral in developing technologies ranging from exoskeleton robots and endovascular catheters to therapeutic ultrasound and electromechanical systems. Aaron has worked with or founded over 10 early-stage medical device companies, and as a co-founding partner at Medicoventures, he attracted over 400 new medical technologies vetting them for investment while assisting physician inventors with advancing their ideas. Aaron brings a strong, strategic vision to Capture Vascular by combining a technical, product development background with business execution experience.
Kelvin brings a unique blend of more than 12 years of start‐up medical device experience from the Silicon Valley. Kelvin was the previous Director of R&D at Bacchus Vascular (now Covidien/Medtronic), and head of engineering at several other small firms. He also was head of manufacturing, Director of Product Marketing, conducted clinical trials in Europe, and is a certified reimbursement researcher. Kelvin has helped establish quality control systems, written regulatory submissions, clinical publication strategies and assisted sales teams in training and physician proctoring. His background covers peripheral vascular, cardiovascular, wound care, emphysema and orthopedics. Kelvin is an expert at identifying clinical unmet needs and creating a path for commercialization.
Mark Kraus has a track record of success and P&L accountability in rapidly growing manufacturing operations, quality assurance, supply chain, and customer service. He has over 20+ years of leadership experience in the medical device product development and manufacturing sector. Kraus is highly knowledgeable in many medical device therapies.
Greg Mathison has over 30 years of experience in the medical device industry. Mathison has experience developing and implementing creative global regulatory strategies; developing, implementing and auditing quality systems in accordance with FDA; interfacing and negotiating with FDA and international regulatory agencies; and organizing and submitting 510(k), IDE and PMA applications to FDA and technical dossiers to foreign governments, among other specialties.