Board of Directors
Dr. Ronald Blanck
Dr. Ronald Blanck is Chairman & Partner of Martin, Blanck & Assoc. He also chairs the Board of Regents for the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS). He is the former President of the University of North Texas Health Science at Fort Worth. Dr. Blanck is the former Surgeon General of the US Army & Commander of the US Army Medical Command. Lt. General US Army (Ret.). He also served as Commander of Walter Reed Medical Center North Atlantic Region and was past Governor of the American College of Physicians/American Society of Internal Medicine.
Dr. Blanck is the recipient of numerous military honors and has consulted as an advisor on bioterrorism issues. He also chairs task forces on bioterrorism for both the Texas Medical Association and the American Osteopathic Association.
Herbert Toms III
Mr. Herbert A. Toms III is co-founder of MDR Specialty Distribution Corporation, a wholesale medical supplier distributor with revenues in excess of US$50,000,000 per year. Mr. Toms has been in the medical device supply business for over 12 years. Mr. Toms brings extensive experience and knowledge to Pyng Medical regarding both domestic and international medical device warehousing and distribution.
L. J. "Bud" Evans, Jr.
Director & Chairman Audit & Finance Committeeee
Mr. Bud Evans is President and Chief Executive Officer of the SFI Financial Group, Inc.
He is Vice Chairman of the Board of Altarum (formerly the Environmental Research Institute of Michigan, the inventor of SAR radar and developer of numerous “Black” technologies), a Board Member of Solutions Design Group, SafeLife Corp., Pixel Velocity, Terra Card Services, Inc., Ex-RAD, and a former Board Chairman of EOTech, Inc. and ART Inc.
Mr. Evans served as the Chairman of the White House Cabinet Council on Technology Commercialization, as a Member of National Research Council Applications Board, as the Head of NASA Commercial Technology and as a former Senior Executive at the White House, NASA and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Robert (Bob) Di Silvio
Bob Di Silvio is Senior Vice President of Lumenis North America. Lumenis is the world's leading Laser and light-based medical products company.
Bob previously served in a variety of senior executive positions including President & Chief Executive Officer for Pyng Medical. He also served as Vice President & General Manager with Safe Life Corp, which develops, manufactures and market TriosynTM, an antimicrobial agent used in a wide range of applications. In this role, Bob was responsible for all revenue generated from commercialized product sales, pursuing and negotiating worldwide sales and distributorship contracts as well as facilitating the highest quality of product and customer service to ensure efficiency and maximum profit. Bob served as Vice President of US Field Operations (300M+) for the Physio-Control division of Medtronic, the leading manufacturer of cardiac biomedical devices.
In addition to a Masters in Biochemistry and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Organic Chemistry from the University of Connecticut, Bob also completed three years at the University of Rome School of Medicine.
COL Dr. Alan Moloff
COL (RET) Dr. Alan Moloff, D.O., MPH retired from the Army after 30 years of exemplary service. He has had numerous assignments in Special Forces including the 7th and 10th Special Forces Groups, commander of the Special Operations Medical Training program and Army Special Operations Command.
He was the commander of the 212th M.A.S.H., U.S. Army Aeromedical Center and the Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute from July 2002 through January 2006. During this last assignment at DMRTI he was focused on joint medical readiness, combat casualty care and had DOD oversight of the medical aspects of Homeland Security training and education regarding CBRNE and complex disasters.
He is the past president of the Special Operations Medical Association, Fellow of the Aerospace Medical Association and American College of Preventive Medicine. He is a founding member of the new American Board of Disaster Medicine. He has faculty appointments at the Medical College of Georgia and is the Senior Medical Officer for the Global Center for Disaster Medicine and Humanitarian Assistance at the University of South Florida.
Board Certified in Aerospace, Undersea and Disaster Medicine, Dr. Moloff currently serves as a speaker and consultant for disaster response, medicine, planning, training and education to private industry and government organizations.