Our team

Management team

Manny Tsoupanarias

+ Manny Tsoupanarias

Emmanuel (Manny) Tsoupanarias brings to Manhattan Scientifics more than 15 years of senior management and executive experience.

Manny Tsoupanarias was an executive in the power generation and metals manufacturing sector. From 1992 to 2008 Manny served as a Project and Engineering Manager in the power generation sector and from 2000 has served as a consultant in the fuel cell industry. He has engineering and manufacturing skills pertaining to the power generation (both Fossil Fuel and Nuclear), Aluminum Smelting, Petro-Chemical and Pulp and Paper Processing and Cryogenic Gas Separation Industries.

Marvin Maslow

+ Marvin Maslow

Marvin Maslow is the founder of Manhattan Scientifics, Inc.

Marvin is the visionary founder and Chairman of the Board of Manhattan Scientific, has provided inspiration, guidance and capital to over 20 early-stage enterprises during his career as a merchant banker. Team building and capital-raising are his forte

Frank Georgiou

+ Frank Georgiou

Frank is a successful businessman with over 30 years of experience in the Restaurant and Hospitality sectors.

He also served as President of the Pan Gregorian Enterprises of Upper New York.

Science and technology committee

Dr. Edward Flynn

+Edward R. Flynn, Ph.D.

Expert in several diverse fields including nuclear physics, brain research and cancer research.

Dr. Flynn is an expert in several diverse fields including nuclear physics, brain and cancer research. He was a Laboratory Fellow at Los Alamos, awarded due to his innovative research programs, where he founded the Biophysics group and received a Distinguished Performance Award. He was awarded the von Humboldt prize for Senior American Scientists in 1980 for nuclear physics and a Wellcome Trust Award for brain research in 1990. He is an expert in magnetoencephalography for brain imaging and was selected by U.S. Senator Pete Domenici to be the Founding Director of the MIND Institute in 2000. Dr. Flynn founded Senior Scientific, LLC to develop new methods for early detection of disease using targeted magnetic nanoparticles and highly sensitive magnetic detectors (SQUIDs). He has received five grants from the NIH for this research in areas ranging from Alzheimer’s Disease to cancer detection. His company, Senior Scientific, is the only program in the world conducting this type of research and recently has been selected to present aspects of results at NCI Translational Science meetings.

Terry Lowe, Ph.D.

+Terry Lowe, Ph.D.

Terry has previously served as deputy director of the Materials Science and Technology division.


Dr. Martin Cooper

+Martin Cooper, Ph.D.

28 years chief technical officer with Motorola. "Father" of the cellular telephone. Cooper is the inventor of the cellular telephone that started the world wireless communications revolution.

Dr. Cooper is founder of ArrayComm, a company that works on researching smart antenna technology and improving wireless networks, and was the corporate director of Research and Development for Motorola. He received his degree in electrical engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 1950, received his master's degree from the same institution in 1957 and an honorary doctorate in 2004.

Dr.Cooper is the inventor named on US patent 3906166 "Radio telephone system" filed on October 17, 1973. He is considered the inventor of the first portable handset and the first person to make a call on a portable cell phone on April 3, 1973, to the bewilderment of passers-by in a New York City street. That first call, placed to his rival Joel Engel, Bell Labs' head of research, caused a fundamental technology and communications market shift toward the person and away from the place. It was the incarnation of his vision for personal wireless communications, distinct from cellular car phones. Dr. Cooper later revealed that watching Captain Kirk talking in his communicator on the tv show Star Trek inspired him to research the mobile phone.