Dr. Maurice Ferré serves as Board Member at Boston University. Dr. Maurice Ferré is a Co-Founder of DermaSensor and serves as its Chairman. He serves as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman at Insightec. He serves as Advisory Board Member at Lumira Ventures. He served as Chief Executive Officer, Chairman, founding President & Board Member at Mako Surgical. He is a Board Member at Lumira Capital. Dr. Ferre is the current CEO, Chairman and Managing Director of InSightec, the former CEO of MAKO Surgical and a former VP at GE Healthcare. He has had multiple successful medical device exits (MAKO sold to Stryker for ~$1.7B), three CE marks, and successfully commercialized two products. In June 2007, he received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2007 award for emerging companies in Florida. In 1993, Dr. Ferré founded Visualization Technology, a medical device company for image-guided surgery, where he served as Chief Executive Officer until April 2002 when Visualization Technology was acquired by GE Healthcare, the healthcare division of the General Electric Company. Dr. Ferré served as Vice President of Strategic Development for GE Navigation, a Division of GE Healthcare from April 2002 until April 2004. In May 2004, Dr. Ferré became the Chief Executive Officer of Z-KAT, a surgical navigation device company, which eventually spun-off the orthopedic robotics segment that became the basis for the founding of MAKO Surgical. He holds an M.D. and a Master's degree in Public Health from Boston University.