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Fluidx Medical Technology is committed to developing innovative and easy to use medical devices.

The seasoned leadership team at Fluidx is comprised of successful entrepreneurs, well-known interventional physicians, and other proven industry leaders. The team is unified by a commitment to improving patient safety and care through the  development of innovative, easy to use devices. 

Libble Ginster

Libble Ginster
President & CEO

Libble Ginster
President & CEO

Libble has over 20 years of business & product leadership experience across life sciences and medtech.  Libble spent more than a decade at Becton Dickinson/ C.R. Bard in leadership roles overseeing multiple businesses, managing corporate strategy/M&A, directing new product development initiatives, as well as leading product commercialization efforts for several high growth businesses.  Earlier in her career, Libble’s experience included marketing and strategy consulting at several early stage companies as well as leading global firms (Merck, Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers).  She started her career in investment banking with Lehman Brothers.  She received her Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Duke University.

Shawn Fojtik

Shawn Fojtik
Co-founder

Shawn Fojtik
Co-founder

Shawn is a successful medtech entrepreneur and serial innovator, founding numerous companies including Fluidx Medical, Control Medical, Distal Access, CIRCA Scientific, Pinyons (Covidien), Transit Scientific, Axiom (Teleflex), Occam, and PMT (Mallinckrodt). Earlier in his career, he held product development and commercial leadership roles with GE Medical, Boston Scientific, and Black and Decker. Shawn's clinical experience spans cardiovascular, peripheral vascular, electrophysiology,  interventional oncology, vascular access, etc. He has 75+ issued or pending patents.

Danny Smith

Danny Smith
Vice President of Research & Development

Danny Smith
Vice President of Research & Development

Danny is a veteran R&D professional with over 20 years of experience in medical device design and development. Prior to joining Fluidx, he held R&D leadership positions at both established companies as well as in startup enterprises. His broad experience includes vascular devices, molecular diagnostic systems, and orthopedic products. He specializes in bringing device concepts to market, establishing quality management system processes, and directing team activities. He received his Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University.

Russell Stewart

Russell Stewart, PhD
Co-founder

Russell Stewart, PhD
Co-founder

Russell received his PhD in biochemistry from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1989. After a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University, he worked at the Rowland Institute for Science in Cambridge, MA. In 1994, he joined the faculty of the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Utah. His long-standing research interests are in biomimetic engineering. Russell is a Professor in Bioengineering, an Adjunct Professor in Biology, and an Adjunct Professor of Material Science and Engineering at the University of Utah. 

Lawrence Kronick

Lawrence Kronick
Co-founder

Lawrence Kronick
Co-founder

Lawrence has over 35 years of operational and commercial experience in cardiovascular, interventional radiology, electrophysiology, and imaging.  Lawrence is the founder of Business Asia Consultants, Inc., a consulting company with associates in Miami, Sao Paulo, Tokyo, New Delhi, Hong Kong, and Beijing assisting medical device and equipment companies to expand and develop global sales distribution channels. He speaks both Mandarin and English.

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Russell Bjorklund
Vice President of
Marketing & Strategy

Russell Bjorklund
Vice President of
Marketing & Strategy

Russ has a diverse medical device background which includes two decades of R&D, marketing, and business development/ corporate strategy experiences at leading medical device companies.  He led the development and commercialization of many successful new product platforms, strategic programs, and business expansion initiatives.  Russ is passionate about improving the delivery of healthcare and loves working with clinicians to uncover and address unmet needs.  He received his Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Utah, and a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Technology Commercialization from the Gore School of Business at Westminster College.