Our Scientific Advisors
Leading healthcare researchers, clinicians, key opinion leaders, and entrepreneurs.
Dr. Takla is the Medical Director and Chair of Emergency Medicine at St. John Hospital and Medical Center (Ascension Health) in Detroit, MI. He is a key opinion leader in emergency medicine, and a frequently consulted speaker for a number of companies including Sanofi Aventis and J&J.
Robert Takla, MD, MBA
Dr. Ding is a board-certified radiologist specializing in vascular imaging and intervention, partner at California Advanced Imaging and is on faculty at UCSF. He currently serves on the AMA's Council on Science and Public Health and as a medical and clinical adviser to Google, Eko Devices, and Doximity.
Alex Ding, MD, MS
Dr. Fenici is Director of the Biomagnetism and Clinical Physiology Center in Rome, Italy. Recognized globally as one of the pioneers of magnetocardiography, Dr. Fenici has authored more than 150 peer-reviewed scientific publications and invented numerous biomagnetic technologies.
Riccardo Fenici, MD
Dr. Haridas is a serial product development entrepreneur and the Executive Director of the TEES Division of Entrepreneurship and Commercialization at Texas A&M. In the past, he has raised and directed more than $80 Million in funding for product commercialization from industry, government and VC sources.
Balakrishna Haridas, PhD
Dr. Neal Scott, MD, Ph.D. is a serial medical device entrepreneur, having exited ventures to Boston Scientific and Medtronic in the past. Dr. Scott is a practicing interventional cardiologist, having completed training at Harvard Medical School, MIT and Stanford.
Neal Scott, MD, PhD
Dr. McElderry is widely known as an exceptional clinician and interventional electrophysiologist, and an active device-based researcher. He currently serves as the Section Chief of Electrophysiology at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.