Dr. Jacques Zaneveld,
CEO and FOUNDER
Dr. Jacques Zaneveld is a professional scientist and entrepreneur. Half of his early life was spent on a boat in the South Pacific, while the other half was spent in Corvallis, Oregon. Traveling the world instilled him with a sense of wonder and curiosity fuels his work to this day. Trained as a scientist, Dr. Zaneveld has published numerous scientific papers, and obtained funding for his work from the National Eye Institute, National Library of Medicine, the CIBR center and the National Science Foundation. Originally, 3D printing was a hobby, but he quickly realized its potential to revolutionize medicine and science. Jacques founded Lazarus 3D to help scientists and clinicians by providing them with 3D printing tools and techniques.
Executive medical liason
Alan I. Golombek has more than 35 years of experience in the hospital sector, including positions where he has worked at the corporate level within many of the largest integrated health care networks and group purchasing organizations in the United States and Canada. He has also worked directly with the Center of Medicare and Medicaid, Institute of Healthcare Improvement, American Hospital Association, and some of the largest hospital groups in the nation, including the Presbyterian Hospital System in New York City, the Trinity /CHE System in Livonia, Michigan, and The Bon Secours System in Baltimore. Alan is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia. For the last 20 years, he has held various management positions with medical companies, focusing in the areas of telemedicine, critical and cardiac care, renal dialysis, orthopedics, ophthalmology, process and improvement software, and network systems. He has been recognized for his expertise in the management and development of sales personnel, and has participated in key marketing and product development programs at all levels. Alan served as business development manager for the Hospital Division of Medical Simulation Corporation. In this role, he presented advanced solutions to hospitals that are intended to help them meet new and emerging requirements and regulations from organizations such as Leapfrog, IHI, Joint Commission, and CMS, a role on which he specifically focused for more than eight years. Alan’s expertise lies in the areas of new-technology introduction and the development of sales and marketing strategies for the hospital market. His efforts have resulted in the companies he has represented establishing brand recognition and increasing market share in markets dominated by companies like Philips, GE, and Siemens.