Board of Directors
Greg Colip is a founder of Cell Theranostics and CellPoint, has been providing financial support to the company since its beginning. Mr. Colip brings over 38 years’ experience in health care marketing and legal. Prior to establishing the company with Jerry Bryant and Terry Colip, Mr. Colip was a corporate mergers and acquisition lawyer and served as Deputy General Counsel for Panhandle Eastern Corporation (which has since been split up with part of the company’s subsidiaries owned by Duke Energy and the remaining part owned by CMS Energy), provided legal counsel and development work for various independent power projects, served as Vice President and General Counsel for the Gulfco Division of Chromalloy American Corporation and was a production/marketing manager for The Upjohn Company (which was acquired by Pharmacia and later became part of Pfizer). At Panhandle Eastern, Mr. Colip was involved in numerous complex ventures, merger, spin-off and acquisition transactions including the $2.61 billion acquisition of Texas Eastern Corporation and the $1.2 billion drop down and spin-off of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. At Upjohn, Mr. Colip was production/marketing systems manager for the corticosteroid and anticoagulant product lines. Mr. Colip received a B.S. in production management/industrial engineering in 1970, a M.B.A. in 1972 and a J.D. in 1978 from Indiana University.