Management Team

Outside Directors


Carmen Catanese is currently the Executive Vice President, Corporate Development at the Sarnoff Corporation. He joined the David Sarnoff Research Center in 1970. In 1980, he assumed the position of Director for all of RCA’s research and development in the display area.

Dr. Catanese received a BS in Physics from Xavier University and a Ph.D., also in Physics, from Yale University. Dr. Catanese is the author of 13 U.S. Patents.

Ashok Kapoor served as Professor of Marketing and International Business at the Graduate School of Business Administration of New York University until 1980 when he founded the International Negotiation Institute, Inc., a private consulting, training and research organization. His consulting work has focused on leadership and management challenges faced by senior levels of a corporation in defining and implementing the desired corporate culture for rapid, radical and continuous change. Dr. Kapoor is the author of several books and articles focusing primarily on the theme of cross cultural conflicts and the role of negotiation in resolving such conflicts within and between organizations.

Dr. Kapoor received a BA degree with Honors in English Literature from St. Stephens College, Delhi University, and MBA and Ph.D. degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Sam Milstein has served as an Advisor to PCM since 1994. Dr. Milstein is Chairman and Chief Scientific Officer of Fulcrum Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Previously, Dr. Milstein served as President of Mortar & Pestle Consulting, Inc. Prior to founding Mortar & Pestle, Dr. Milstein was President and CSO of Emisphere Technologies, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company specializing in advanced drug delivery. Dr. Milstein also served as an Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry at New York University.

Dr. Milstein received a BS in Chemistry from the City College of New York, a M.Sc. in Physical Chemistry from the University of New Brunswick and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from New York University. Dr. Milstein was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Institute.

Gordon A. Thomas is currently a Professor of Physics and of Biomedical Engineering at The New Jersey Institute of Technology, and a researcher at the Photonic and Opto-electronic Materials Center, Department of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University. Dr. Thomas also consults at Bell Laboratories. Previously, Dr. Thomas was a Distinguished Senior Research Associate in the Harrison Spectroscopy Laboratory and Visiting Professor of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Thomas is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and the Chair of the Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics of the American Physical Society.

Dr. Thomas received a Sc.B. in Physics from Brown University and a Ph.D., also in Physics, from University of Rochester.



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