About Us

Siris Medical, Inc. was founded with the vision of improving treatment delivery and outcomes for patients undergoing radiation therapy for cancer treatment.

MANAGEMENT TEAM

Colin Carpenter, PhD

Colin Carpenter, PhD President & Chief Executive Officer

Leadership in Radiology & Therapeutic Radiology technology creation. Experience introducing products to the Radiation Oncology market. Dartmouth PhD in medical imaging & computer vision. Radiation Oncology fellowship at Stanford.

Kenneth Wu, PhD

Kenneth Wu, PhD Chief Operating Officer

Early stage medical device product development and commercialization experience. Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellow. Stanford PhD.

Adam J. Pattison, PhD

Adam J. Pattison, PhD Head of Engineering

Expertise in computer vision and data mining of medical databases. Dartmouth PhD in medical imaging & computer vision. Data mining fellowship at the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Marc Nash, MD

Marc Nash, MD Chief Medical Officer

Radiation Oncologist with clinical and leadership experience in academic (UCSF faculty) and community practice (Butte, MT) settings. Drexel University School of Medicine, MD. Radiation Oncology residency, University of California, San Francisco.

Paul Work

Paul Work Chief Business Officer

Senior leadership in commercialization of SaaS software & healthcare products, including roles at McKesson, Ariba and Oracle.
Stanford JD/MBA

Susan Nguyen

Susan Nguyen Vice President of Sales

Executive sales leadership and business development across software, media and healthcare (Vision, Gannett-NBC, Elekta). Expertise in go-to-market strategy for new products. University of Arizona.

Susan Hopkins

Susan Hopkins Head of Marketing

Senior leadership in product marketing and commercialization, including roles at P&G, Genentech and Accuray.
University of Rochester MBA

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Colin Carpenter, PhD

Colin Carpenter, PhD President & Chief Executive Officer

Leadership in Radiology & Therapeutic Radiology technology creation. Experience introducing products to the Radiation Oncology market. Dartmouth PhD in medical imaging & computer vision. Radiation Oncology fellowship at Stanford.

Jason Pyle, MD

Jason Pyle, MD Chairman of the Board

Jason Pyle is an accomplished technology executive with over 15 years of emerging technology experience. He has led multiple executive teams in successful medical device, IT and biotechnology firms, including BaseHealth, Triton Innovations, Fabric Media, Sapphire Energy, Epoc Bioengineering and Pria Diagnostics. Pyle has received numerous awards for his contributions to biotechnology and his business leadership in the biological sciences, holds a number of pending and issued patents in the engineering and biological sciences, and has worked in diverse cross-discipline areas such as nanofabrication, optical engineering and structural biology. He earned both his M.D. and Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Physiology from the Stanford University School of Medicine.

Rodney Altman, MD

Rodney Altman, MD Board Director

Experience in healthcare board-level leadership at Visiogen, InSound Medical, VasoNova. Medical director leadership at TeamHealth. Univ of Chicago MBA, McGill MD.

Gail Harris

Gail Harris Board Director

Gail Harris is the lead director of Evercore Partners Inc., an independent investment banking advisory firm. She is also on the board of Cigna Life Insurance Company of New York. She is a member of the Stanford University Board of Trustees and serves on the Dean’s Advisory Council of Stanford Law School.

David Kim, MD

David Kim, MD Board Director

David is the CEO of DigiTx Partners, bringing both business and clinical expertise to venture capital with an extensive background practicing medicine and building healthcare software companies. Most recently, Dr. Kim served as the COO of Lumiata, a venture-backed predictive analytics company positioned at the intersection of data science and medical science. Prior to Lumiata, he spent over a decade as an investor evaluating and growing healthcare companies at MPM Capital and Pinnacle Ventures. Before entering the business sector, David practiced as a general internist and hospitalist at Kaiser South San Francisco where he also served as the Director of Urgent Care and Assistant Chief of Internal Medicine. David completed his internal medicine residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and is a graduate from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (M.D), Stanford Graduate School of Business (M.B.A.), and Pomona College (B.A., Biology). In addition to leading the DigiTx fund, David serves as an active advisor to the Catalyst Program within the UCSF Clinical & Translational Science Institute.