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Gregory Failla

Senior Manager

Attila Product Line

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Transpire Inc


Affiliations

Radion Technologies

Founder


Education

MSME


Web References(7 Total References)


Acuros BV advanced dose calculation for brachytherapy

www.varian.com [cached]

Tim Clark, Varian Senior Product Manager, and Greg Failla, Transpire Chief Executive Officer, address the most commonly asked questions about Acuros BV.


RadPro e-Lectron June 2009 Newsletter

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"We are thrilled to be partnering with Varian Medical Systems in introducing the Acuros technology to the clinic," says Gregory Failla, chief executive officer of Transpire, Inc.


Varian Medical Systems Introduces Fast and Precise Brachytherapy Planning System at GEC-ESTRO in Portugal - May 14, 2009

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"We are thrilled to be partnering with Varian Medical Systems in introducing the Acuros technology to the clinic," says Gregory Failla, chief executive officer of Transpire, Inc.


www.innovation-america.org

Within 90 days, they had hooked up with CEO Greg Failla, licensed their code from the lab and set themselves up for business with a local office in the Los Alamos Research Park, maintained today by McGhee.
According to Failla, "We started our company with no outside investments. We were fortunate enough to get NASA and Idaho National Labs as customers right off the bat." Very soon Transpire's team realized they had a lot of work to do. Said Failla, "All we had was a solver and a code to do preprocessing. What amazes Failla is how far Attila has come in so short a time.


workingimmigrants.com: H-1B year to begin again April 1

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Greg Failla, chief executive of privately held Transpire Inc., which develops software for use in treating cancer patients, has his fingers crossed, while immigration proponents are making efforts in Congress to open the U.S. wider to foreign high-tech workers.
Calls to expand the program have failed. Transpire, of Gig Harbor, Washington, relies on workers with expertise in nuclear physics and engineering coupled with applied programming. "Only a handful of graduates each year in the U.S. have the ideal skill set for what we need," says Mr. Failla, whose company's software helps doctors to target radiotherapy on tumors. Transpire's software is also used in homeland security, fusion-power research, spacecraft design and oil exploration. The company is submitting an H-1B application for a Serbian national with a background in physics-based numerical simulation software. "He has been working for us remotely for the past two years," Mr. Failla says.


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