Board of Directors

  • Dale Siegel

  • Michael Schlesinger

  • Neil Longanbach

Neal Longanbach, Director
Neal Longanbach is a retired CPA with over 45 years in public accounting. His career began with a 10 year term with a national accounting firm, where he developed specialties in high risk audit engagements and with the oil and gas industry. He continued his career in public accounting and added a specialty in real estate development finance and accounting. In later years he worked with initial stage startup companies which included InfraRed Imaging and several other medical related companies. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University and served in the U S Army.

Medical Advisory Board

Elliott Fishman, M.D.RadiologistJohns Hopkins University — Dr. Fishman, who is a Professor of Radiology and Oncology, and the Director of Diagnostic Radiology and Body CT at Johns Hopkins, was named “Top Radiologist in the Nation” by Medical Imaging magazine in 2007. Dr. Fishman is a pioneer in the development of 3-D medical imaging. He also runs a web site,, which has won numerous awards and is one of the largest medical web sites in the world; used by more than 50,000 medical professionals each month.

Lynn Hadaway, M.Ed., RN, BC, CRNIVascular Access Consultant — Ms. Hadaway is a nationally recognized vascular access expert and a widely recognized opinion leader in infusion nursing. She is a 35 year nursing veteran and was a vascular access “go to” nurse prior to establishing her own consulting firm, Lynn Hadaway Associates, Inc. where she consults with hospitals and industry. She is listed in Who’s Who in American Nursing, and has served as Director-at-Large and President of the Association for Vascular Access (AVA). She also served as President of the Southeastern Chapter of the Infusion

Gregory A. Schears, M.D.AnesthesiologistMayo ClinicChairman — Dr. Schears is an Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at Mayo Clinic working with both pediatric and adult patients. He is an acknowledged thought leader in vascular access. He has consulted with Luminetx and is an experienced user of ultrasound for vascular access. He agreed to chair INRIS’ Medical Advisory Board after using the VascularViewer in clinical settings. He is also the founder of Lumen-Vue, which uses nIR for determining catheter tip lovcation. Lumen-Vue was sold to Sonosite, an ultrasound company, in 2007.