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Leadership

Tom Cycyota
Bio

Tom Cycyota

President & Chief Executive Officer

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Tom Cycyota has more than 30 years of experience in the medical device industry. As President and CEO of AlloSource, Tom develops and implements strategies that align with the company’s mission to honor the gift of tissue donation by maximizing its impact to the medical community and patient recipients.

Under Tom’s leadership, AlloSource has become one of the largest and most respected tissue banks in the country. The company is the world leader in fresh articular cartilage allografts, which helps promote joint restoration, allowing people to regain mobility and active lives after disease or trauma, and is one of the nation’s largest providers of human allograft skin for the treatment of severe burns. Innovative new products such as AlloStem® Cellular Bone Allograft, which contains adult mesenchymal stem cells from donated adipose tissue, has helped AlloSource continue to grow.

Prior to joining AlloSource, Tom was the Vice President of Alternate Care Business with Johnson & Johnson Medical (JJM). In this Board-level role, he led the company’s movement into the alternate healthcare market. Previous positions also include serving as Worldwide Director, Marketing, Wound Management for JJM and Vice President of Marketing and Materials Management with New Dimensions in Medicine. He also spent ten years at Kendall Healthcare Products Company.

Tom holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Illinois and an MBA from Loyola University. He is the President of his national fraternity, Delta Sigma Phi, and serves on the Colorado Advisory Council for Organ & Tissue Donation.

Tom is inspired by the act of donation because this incredibly selfless gift allows AlloSource to do great things to help heal patients.  His inspirations are the miracles that are accomplished because of the act of donation.

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