Dan Leach CEO
Dan Leach is the CEO and co-founder of RxFunction, Inc. He has 19 years of executive management experience and a successful track record in the management of information technology and medical device products, services and businesses in the U.S. and international markets. He has been a C-level executive and co-founder of several startups that have since been acquired; Intradyn, Inc., Chicago Capital Services, and Online Brokerage Solutions. His executive experience has covered all aspects of growing a business from conception to acquisition, with expertise in leadership, motivation, management development, strategic planning, marketing, sales strategy & distribution management. His career experience includes product development, strategic partnering, new market identification, strategic positioning market development, corporate finance, team development, and medical technology industry analysis. He has a broad background in new venture management, with specific training and expertise in key areas for product development and market entry. He has also transitioned a company from product development to creation of scalable manufacture and plant construction to supply Sony’s Information Technology Tape Division. He is a graduate of Saint John’s University and has an MBA – New Venture Management from the University of Saint Thomas.
Lars Oddsson President
Lars Oddsson, President and Co-Founder, is an experienced biomedical scientist, an inventor, a visionary leader and an entrepreneur. Dr. Oddsson currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce, and Chairs the Alley Institute of the LifeScience Alley organization. He has a broad background in neurophysiology, engineering, rehabilitation sciences and technology development, has served as principal investigator on federal as well as private foundations grants and he has authored numerous research articles in the areas of biomedical engineering, neuromotor control and rehabilitation science. A Ph.D. graduate in Medical Sciences at Karolinska Institute and trained in engineering at Linköping University, both in Sweden, Dr. Oddsson initiated and led the Injury Analysis and Prevention Lab at Boston University’s Neuromuscular Research Center 1994-2007, and also held adjunct appointments at Harvard Medical School and MIT. Recruited by the Sister Kenny Foundation, in 2007 he established and directed the Sister Kenny Research Center in Minneapolis until 2014. He serves as a consultant to NASA on research and development of neuromotor countermeasures related to balance function. He is a Senior Fellow of the IEEE and he holds several patents.