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  • Indianapolis, IN
  • 144 Rustic Pl, Columbus, OH 43214 (614) 268-2247 (614) 784-0404
  • Dublin, OH
  • 9460 Clermont Blvd, Powell, OH 43065 (614) 764-6907
  • Aurora, OH
  • Highland Park, IL
  • 225 E North St APT 202, Indianapolis, IN 46204

Work

Company: Roche Apr 2011 to Aug 2013 Address: Indianapolis, Indiana Position: Vice president, r&d - diabetes care (north america)

Education

Degree: B.S School / High School: The Ohio State University 1983 to 1988 Specialities: Electrical Engineering 1988 (Biomedical engineering and instrumentation focus)

Skills

Start-ups • Medical Devices • Product Development • Strategy • R&D • Business Development • Business Strategy • Biotechnology • Business Planning • Process Improvement • New Business Development • Marketing Strategy • Leadership • Management • Manufacturing

Industries

Medical Devices

Resumes

Resumes

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Head Of Product Development At Alcyone Life Sciences

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Position:
Vice President, R&D - Diabetes Care (North America) at Roche, Head of Product Development at Alcyone Life Sciences, Principal at Tomba Ventures LLC
Location:
Indianapolis, Indiana Area
Industry:
Medical Devices
Work:
Roche - Indianapolis, Indiana since Apr 2011
Vice President, R&D - Diabetes Care (North America)

Alcyone Life Sciences - Boston, MA since Jan 2011
Head of Product Development

Tomba Ventures LLC since Jul 2010
Principal

PROTERRO (a biofuel start-up company) Oct 2008 - Apr 2011
Vice President, Development

ENDOVALVE (a cardiovascular device start-up company) Jul 2007 - Jul 2010
Vice President - R&D
Education:
The Ohio State University 1983 - 1988
B.S, Electrical Engineering 1988 (Biomedical engineering and instrumentation focus)
Skills:
Start-ups
Medical Devices
Product Development
Strategy
R&D
Business Development
Business Strategy
Biotechnology
Business Planning
Process Improvement
New Business Development
Marketing Strategy
Leadership
Management
Manufacturing

Business Records

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Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Todd Charles Tomba
TOMBA VENTURES, LLC

Publications

Us Patents

Mitral Valve System

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US Patent:
8070802, Dec 6, 2011
Filed:
Feb 8, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/028572
Inventors:
David G. Lamphere - Framingham MA,
Tuan Anh Nguyen - Woburn MA,
Howard C. Herrmann - Bryn Mawr PA,
Todd C. Tomba - Columbus OH,
Robert C. Gorman - Lower Gwynedd PA,
Assignee:
The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia PA
EndoValve, Inc. - Princeton NJ
International Classification:
A61F 2/24
A61F 2/06
US Classification:
623 214, 623 126
Abstract:
Valve prostheses are disclosed that are adapted for secure and aligned placement relative to a heart annulus. The valve prostheses may be placed in a non-invasive manner, e. g. , via transcatheter techniques. The valve prosthesis may include a resilient ring, a plurality of leaflet membranes mounted with respect to the resilient ring, and a plurality of positioning elements movably mounted with respect to the flexible ring. Each of the positioning elements defines respective proximal, intermediate, and distal tissue engaging regions cooperatively configured and dimensioned to simultaneously engage separate corresponding areas of the tissue of an anatomical structure, including respective first, second, and third elongate tissue-piercing elements. The proximal, distal, and intermediate tissue-engaging regions are cooperatively configured and dimensioned to simultaneously engage separate corresponding areas of the tissue of an anatomical structure so as to stabilize a position of the valve prosthesis with respect to the anatomical structure, including wherein for purposes of so simultaneously engaging the separate corresponding areas of tissue, at least one of the first, second, and third elongate tissue-piercing elements is pointed at least partially opposite the direction of blood flow, and at least another thereof is pointed at least partially along the direction of blood flow. The valve prosthesis may also include a skirt mounted with respect to the resilient ring for sealing a periphery of the valve prosthesis against a reverse flow of blood around the valve prosthesis.

Spring-Loaded Reciprocable Stylet Holder

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US Patent:
5531699, Jul 2, 1996
Filed:
Sep 19, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/308242
Inventors:
Todd C. Tomba - Dublin OH
Edgar G. Manosalva - Worthington OH
Donald J. Goldhardt - Grove City OH
James D. Morrow - Oak Park IL
Assignee:
Abbott Laboratories - Abbott Park IL
International Classification:
A61M 5178
US Classification:
604164
Abstract:
A spring-loaded reciprocable stylet holder assembly includes a cap; a hollow body element partially nested within and reciprocable a major part of its length into the cap; a spring urging the body element outwardly of the cap; and a stylet supported at one end by the cap and extending through and beyond the body element. The remote end of the body element has a small borehole through which the stylet extends. The remote end is also provided with attachment means for a hypodermic needle with slotted tip for T-fastener emplacement, the needle telescopically surrounding the full length of the stylet. In a useful modification of the device an insufflation adapter having a side port for attachment of a hypodermic syringe is placed in line between the body element and the hypodermic needle. The stylet holder assembly with a slotted hypodermic needle attached thereto may be used for emplacing a T-fastener in a hollow organ of a person, such as the stomach.

Method Of Using A Spring-Loaded Reciprocable Stylet Holder To Eject A T-Fastener

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US Patent:
5531678, Jul 2, 1996
Filed:
Apr 14, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/422297
Inventors:
Todd C. Tomba - Dublin OH
Edgar G. Manosalva - Worthington OH
Donald J. Goldhart - Grove City OH
James D. Morrow - Oak Park IL
Assignee:
Abbott Laboratories - Abbott Park IL
International Classification:
A61M 3100
US Classification:
604 51
Abstract:
A spring-loaded reciprocable stylet holder assembly includes a cap; a hollow body element partially nested within and reciprocable a major part of its length into the cap; a spring urging the body element outwardly of the cap; and a stylet supported at one end by the cap and extending through and beyond the body element. The remote end of the body element has a small borehole through which the stylet extends. The remote end is also provided with attachment means for a hypodermic needle with slotted tip for T-fastener emplacement, the needle telescopically surrounding the full length of the stylet. In a useful modification of the device an insufflation adapter having a side port for attachment of a hypodermic syringe is placed in line between the body element and the hypodermic needle. The stylet holder assembly with a slotted hypodermic needle attached thereto may be used for emplacing a T-fastener in a hollow organ of a person, such as the stomach.
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