About Soliton

We’ve spent over 25 million dollars over the past 5 years developing a breakthrough technology that dramatically accelerates the removal of tattoos.  Our devices use very high energy, in the range of 3,000 volts at nearly 3,000 amps, to form acoustic shockwaves at 100 times per second.  Our core team is comprised of life science veterans, with more than 150 years of life science experience, multiple device clearances, and multiple national and international aesthetic device launches.
Our Team

In order to develop our complex, breakthrough technology, we recruited some of the country’s leading scientists in acoustic engineering, plasma physics and immunology who have supported the US Space Program, the nuclear fusion industry and even cancer research. Our technology has also been enabled by design partnerships with GE and Sanmina (the world’s largest medical device manufacturer) and supported by our shareholders, including  leading research centers.

Clinically Focused

We’re committed to holding our technology and its applications to the highest scientific standards, including ongoing clinical trials for current and future applications.  We also believe in education and transparency, and as you’ll see in our trials section, we explain what makes up a comprehensive clinical trial, and showcase our data. We continue to conduct clinical trials for tattoo removal and we are expanding our clinical trial activities to include cellulite and other aesthetic indications.

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Science Advisory Board

Independent Directors

Brad Hauser – Director Nominee.   Mr. Bradley Hauser, also known as Brad, has been the Senior Vice President of Research and Development at ZELTIQ Aesthetics, Inc. since January 2017, serving as its Vice President of Research and Development since July 2015. Mr. Hauser joined ZELTIQ in December 2013 as Vice President of Product and Clinical Strategy. Prior to joining ZELTIQ, he held multiple roles in the aesthetic industry, including Executive Vice President of Commercial Operations for Cutera, Director of Research and Development at Medicis and Managing Director of Product and Clinical Marketing at Solta Medical. Mr. Hauser received his Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology from Stanford University.

Danika Harrison – Director Nominee. Ms. Danika R. Harrison has been the President and CEO of Elira Therapeutics, Inc. since September 2017. Prior to that she served as Senior Vice President of Global Marketing at ZELTIQ Aesthetics, Inc. from January 2017, serving as its Vice President of Global Marketing from February 2016 and as VP of Consumer and Brand Marketing from November 2014. Ms. Harrison served as Senior Vice President of Direct Marketing & Innovation at TRIA Beauty, Inc. from December 2013 to June 2014, serving previously as Senior Vice President of Global Marketing from December 2011, and as VP/GM of North America from March 2011. From April 2006 to March 2011, Ms. Harrison worked at Rosetta, a consulting-centered interactive agency, where she was most recently a Partner leading the relationship marketing group consulting for leading brands like Dannon, Johnson’s Baby and Rogers to develop direct and digital marketing programs throughout the United States and Canada. Ms. Harrison holds a B.S. from Georgetown University and an M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Jonathan Foster – Director Nominee.  Mr. Foster currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer for Moleculin Biotech, Inc. (MBI), a drug development company traded on the Nasdaq Exchange developing novel cancer therapies.  Prior to his tenure at MBI, Mr. Foster served as the CFO of InfuSystem Holdings, Inc., a medical technology company producing pumps for hospital use, from 2012 to 2016.  Prior to InfuSystem, Mr. Foster served as a consultant to the Chief Financial Officer of LSG Sky Chefs, USA, Inc., a subsidiary of Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Prior to that, from 2000-2012, he was President, CFO and majority owner of United Credit, Inc. & Advance Today, Inc., a privately-owned consumer finance company with multiple locations. From 1996-2000, Mr. Foster served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Drypers Corporation.  He previously served as Chief Financial Officer of Dickson Weatherproof Nail Company, Controller & Treasurer of divisions of Schlumberger Industries, and as a Manager in the Middle Market Group of Deloitte & Touche. He has also served on the State of South Carolina Board of Financial Institutions and the Board of Directors for the Easley Baptist Hospital Foundation.  Mr. Foster has a BS in Accounting from Clemson University, is a Certified Public Accountant and AICPA Chartered Global Management Accountant.

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