Returning guest, Allison London Brown, CEO of LUMINELLE discusses LUMINELLE SUSTAINE endoscopic system and the recently FDA-cleared LUMINELLE Bx (Biopsy) RotoSheath of which she is a co-inventor. She talks about the uptick in the number of women diagnosed with uterine cancers due to the pandemic lockdown and certain procedures being considered elective. She shares her thoughts on the need for uterine screening in addition to mammograms and the disparity when it comes to women’s health.
Allison has 20+ years of diverse medical device, consumer and pharmaceutical experience in Healthcare. Leveraging her broad background in R&D, Marketing, Sales and Product Development, she has launched over 90 products/services.
Ms. London Brown has a career based in Women’s Health divisions of Fortune 50 companies such as Johnson & Johnson (Ethicon Women’s Health and Urology) and GE Healthcare. As an entrepreneur, she has founded two previous start-ups, and is an advisor to other entrepreneurs, supporting teams through fundraising , strategic planning, and commercialization. Additionally, she has served as an advisor to CEOs, Corporate Boards, NGO’s, non-profits and government organizations
She graduated from Auburn University in Textile Sciences, concentrating in Medical Textiles. She earned her Masters of Science Degree at North Carolina State University, in Polymer Chemistry. In addition, Ms. London Brown earned an MBA from Temple University, Fox School of Business. She is the author of three publications and co-inventor of six patents.