Mammotome is led by an experienced team dedicated to achieving our company’s mission worldwide.
Alain de Lambilly
Alain de Lambilly serves as President for Devicor Medical Products, Inc., a subsidiary of Leica Biosystems; a Danaher Company.
Alain joined Danaher in 2014, a leading global Science and Technology innovator, from Schneider Electric. Alain’s last role was Senior Vice President of Group Field Services based in Hong Kong. Alain had global responsibility, doing business in 88 countries with P&L responsibility for a $2.5B business. Earlier roles at Schneider electric included; President, Asia Pacific Buildings Division; Vice President, Industry Division; and Strategic Planning and Acquisition Manager. Prior to Schneider Electric, Alain worked at Veolia Environment in various Sales, Operations Territory Management and Customer Services roles.
Born in France, Alain holds a Master Degree of Sciences in General Engineering from Ecole des Mines (France), and a Master of Business Administration from INSEAD (Fontainebleau – France). Alain speaks French, German and English.
Vice President, Global Marketing
Chip Clark serves as Vice President, Global Marketing for Devicor Medical Products, Inc. a subsidiary of Leica Biosystems; a Danaher Company. He brings 20+ years of medical industry experience in the areas of sales, global marketing, and business development. In his role, he will be responsible for developing and executing the long term product strategy and “go to market” plans globally.
Chip Joined Devicor Medical in December 2014 after the acquisition by Leica Biosystems. Prior to Devicor Medical, Chip spent four years as Vice President of North American marketing at Leica Biosystems. Throughout his career, Chip has led marketing and commercial teams for Fisher Healthcare and Abbott Diagnostics Division, Abbott Laboratories Inc.
Vice President of Asia Sales
In his role as vice president of Asia sales for Devicor Medical Products, Inc., Sean Burke draws on more than 25 years of experience in international business and finance, first with Baxter International and then with Cardinal Health.
In Burke’s work with Cardinal, as a member of the senior leadership team, he helped to consolidate and reorganize the finance functions of four global business units. He also gained extensive experience in the implementation of shared services and information systems; organizational restructuring; and financial planning, forecasting and reporting.
Burke is based in Paris, France, and maintains dual citizenship in the European Union and the United States.