Micro Identification Technologies Inc., pioneering creator of the world’s only non-biological system for identifying pathogenic microbes – one of the most unique and promising developments in recent medical history, is guided by an equally remarkable board of directors.
Michael W. Brennan
The company’s Chairman and President, Mr. Brennan has over 25 years in the computer industry, and participated in the founding of four publicly held companies (three currently on NASDAQ). With a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from USC, and an MBA from Pepperdine, he is also an adjunct faculty member for the University of Phoenix.
Victor A. Hollander
In his role as Director and Audit Committee Chairman, Mr. Hollander makes use of his extensive professional accounting experience. First licensed to practice public accounting in California in 1958, he soon established the Los Angeles office of a large New York CPA firm where he specialized in audit and security matters. He then formed his own accounting firm, and later joined Weinberg & Company as Managing Director of the West Coast Group.
Ralph W. Emerson
As company Director, Mr. Emerson has product R&D affiliations with some of the world’s leading biotech firms, and has held academic and research positions at the UC Irvine Medical School and UC Davis. He is a noted microbiologist, with the development of numerous patented products. He is president of Emovations Science & Technology, a partner in FREM Biosciences, and a director of the Kary Mullis Research Foundation as well as Altermune, Inc. He is also a Fellow at Harvard University.
Anthony M. Frank
Mr. Frank, a majority shareholder of MIT, is a former Postmaster General, as well as Chairman of the Board and CEO of First Nationwide Bank, the 2nd largest consumer banking operation in America. He also serves on the boards of Charles Schwab & Co., and Transamerica Corporation.
For more information, see the company’s website at www.micro-imaging.com.
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