Director Since: 2010
Daniel J. Levangie is an experienced executive and corporate director with senior operating experience in the field of medical devices and in vitro diagnostics. Mr. Levangie is Co-founder and Manager of ATON Partners, a private investment firm, and Chairman, President & CEO of CereVasc, LLC, an early-stage medical device company. From 2013 through January 2017, Mr. Levangie served as President of Insulet Drug Delivery Systems. From 2011 through 2013, Mr. Levangie was Chief Executive Officer of Dune Medical Devices, Inc., and Co-founder and Managing Partner of Constitution Medical Investors, Inc., a Boston-based private investment and product development firm acquired by Roche Diagnostics Corporation in 2013. Prior to the above, Mr. Levangie held a variety of executive management positions with Cytyc Corporation until the acquisition of Cytyc by Hologic, Inc., in 2007. These positions include Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Chief Executive Officer and President of Cytyc Health Corporation, Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer and President, Cytyc Surgical Products Division. Prior to joining Cytyc Corporation in 1992, Mr. Levangie held a number of sales, marketing and management positions with Abbott Laboratories. Mr. Levangie is currently a director of CereVasc, LLC, Dune Medical Devices and Renovia, Inc. He previously served as a director of Insulet Corporation, a medical device company, Liposcience, Inc., a diagnostics company, ev3, Inc., a medical device company, and Hologic, Inc., a diagnostic, imaging systems and surgical products company. Mr. Levangie is a member of the Advisory Board of the Barnett Institute of Northeastern University and is a trustee of Excel Charter School, East Boston. Mr. Levangie earned a bachelor's degree in pharmacy from Northeastern University. Levangie brings a wealth of executive, managerial and leadership experience in the healthcare industry to our Board. He has significant director experience from his service on the boards of numerous medical device and biotechnology companies.