Artur Adib, PhD
Artur founded Biocogniv after a dual career in academic research and software engineering. A former faculty member at the National Institutes of Health with 20+ scientific publications, he was the first software engineer and VP of Software at the Amazon-backed electric aircraft startup Beta Technologies (zero to $1.4B in <4 years), pre-IPO software engineer at Twitter, and principal software engineer at Magic Leap.
An executive with corporate development, sales, and team leadership experience across multiple technology startups, Jabez was the first sales executive at LoopNet Inc (IPO), VP of Corporate Development at MyWebGrocer (acq), and VP of Sales at EpikOne (acq).
Steve was a VP of Technology at Goldman-Sachs, where he joined after the successful acquisition of Dwight Asset Management ($75B+ in assets under management). Since then, he has taken on Software Architect roles at Green Mountain Power, iSystems, and Asure.
Christos Colovos, MD PhD
Dr. Colovos is an ICU doctor and acute care surgeon trained at Cedars-Sinai, with a PhD in computational biochemistry from UCLA. He has published on a broad range of topics, from computational protein structure, to novel CAR T-Cell therapies for cancer, and trauma surgery.
Peter is a mathematician from Princeton University, where he was a recipient of IBM’s Thomas Watson scholarship. He has authored several peer-reviewed scientific papers on topics ranging from biomedical engineering to neurostimulation, written for Scientific American, and most recently was a data scientist at Cox Automotive.
Medical Advisory Board
Frank Peacock, MD FACEP FACC
Frank Peacock is a thought leader in biomarkers for emergency medicine, with over 500 peer-reviewed publications. He was formerly Vice Chair of Research at Cleveland Clinic, and is presently Professor of Emergency Medicine, Associate Chair, and Research Director for the department of Emergency Medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine.
Joshua Tamayo-Sarver, MD PhD FACEP
Joshua Tamayo-Sarver is Vice President of Innovation at Vituity, one of the largest employers of doctors in the country and responsible for staffing 500 care facilities. He works clinically as a staff physician in the Emergency Department at Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose, California, where he is the past Department Vice-Chair and Director of Quality Improvement.
Robert A Levine, MD
Dr. Levine has been a clinical professor of Laboratory Medicine at Yale School of Medicine for over 40 years, and has authored and licensed over 100 patents in medical diagnostics, including several hematology devices like the Quantitative Buffer Coat, which has been commercialized to over $1B in sales.