Chief Executive Officer
Brad Chartrand is the Chief Executive Officer for parent company Prevent Plus and is responsible for Global growth of the Preventogen. Mr. Chartrand has over 15 years of Medical Device experience in various Sales and Marketing leadership roles with Applied Medical, CR BARD and AngioDynamics. Prior to Mr. Chartrand’s Medical Device career, he played 8 years of professional hockey, spending five seasons with the Los Angeles Kings (NHL). Mr. Chartrand’s unique background is ideally suited to Prevent Plus’ hospital and OTC sports medicine global markets. Mr. Chartrand did his undergraduate work at Cornell University and has MBA degrees from Cornell University and Queen’s University.
Joseph E. Thomure
Joe Thomure is the Chairman and Managing Member of Prevent Plus and stepped out of retirement in 2018 due to his passion and earnest belief in Preventogen.
A graduate of the U.S Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, New York, Mr. Thomure was called to active duty in the U.S. Navy, during which time he was promoted twice in three years, and eventually received his honorable discharge, pending LCDR in 1977. He began his business career in sales with Hallmark, and further refined his sales and consulting skills in executive and physician recruiting.
He founded his own recruiting firm, PracticeMatch, in 1987, bought out his competitors and IT contractors, partnered exclusively with the AMA, and then bundled the data into a physician recruiting database – a service concept that had never before existed. He sold this company for the first time in 1996, grouping with 11 other firms to form Caredata.com (stock symbol: CDCM).
After considering a brief retirement, he purchased a majority position from a NY venture group in IBNL,an early e-commerce company. As Chairman and CEO, he rebuilt the company as Virtual Source, and pushed value near $650 million while earning a NASDAQ listing (VSRC). He attempted retirement again, but when opportunity knocked, he answered by purchasing the assets of Caradata.com in bankruptcy court in 2000. This formed PracticeMatch Services, LLC, which he eventually sold to M3, a closely-held affiliate of Sony. He credits much of his professional resiliency from values passed down from modest beginnings. He believes there is little a company can’t do with a dedicated team, a spirited leader, and a groundbreaking product.
Chief Growth Officer
Julie Morris is the Vice President of Clinical Research and Product Development for Preventogen. Her responsibilities include KOL development and clinical studies. Julie has over 19 years of medical device experience including positions with Covidien, Medtronic, Smith & Nephew and various early stage start-ups where she demonstrated success in several commercial roles. Julie works with our KOL team on the advancement of Preventogen’s clinical research and data and has been a key driver for the advancement of infection prevention in wound care.
Lena Geandreau is the Creative Director for Preventogen and is responsible for all its global branding. She has over 20 years of experience in Art Direction and Design and has held numerous leadership positions. Lena spent the first half of her career in NYC working for advertising agencies which included Area 23, Draft/FCB Healthcare, and Euro RSCG Chelsea, where she gained extensive experience launching several flagship pharmaceutical brands. Since moving to Saratoga Springs, NY she worked at AngioDynamics as Sr. Manager of Graphic Services. Additionally, Lena has worked with many local businesses to establish their brands within the marketplace.
Perry Robins, MD
Dr. Robins, a Professor Emeritus of Dermatology at NYU Medical Center for more than 40 years, was the pioneer in Mohs Micrographic surgery. As Chief of the Mohs Micrographic Surgery Unit at NYU, he performed more than 47,000 skin cancer surgeries in his career. Dr. Robins is also the founder-President of the International Society for Dermatologic Surgery, the American College of Mohs Surgery and former President of the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery. In 1979, Dr. Robins formed The Skin Cancer Foundation and served as its President until 2016. The American Academy of Dermatology honored Dr. Robins as a distinguished fellow for outstanding contributions in Dermatology. He received its Award for Excellence in Education, 14 Gold Triangle Awards for Excellence in Community Education and a Presidential Citation. He was also honored as a distinguished member of both the American College of Mohs Surgery and the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, where he was awarded a Presidential Citation by the International Society of Dermatologic Surgery. The impact of Dr. Robins’ work is far-reaching, from honorary memberships, 60+ published articles to being the author of five books focused on the dermatology field.
With nearly 30 patents to his name, Mr. Sant’Angelo has found great success in research and product development. As a student at the University of Illinois, Mr. Sant’Angelo earned an award from the American Institute of Chemical Engineering that launched his career in fields from nuclear-powered aircraft to developing polymers for flame resistant astronaut suits. With Dr. Perry Robins, a dermatology professor from NYU Medical Center, he developed a revolutionary liquid polymer for medical applications that received FDA approval, now known as Preventogen.