PAIGE is being built by an outstanding group of experts in machine learning, pathology, and healthcare.
Director of Computational Pathology Lab at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and professor for Machine Learning at Weill Cornell. Former research technologist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena. Postdoctoral research focus in computer vision, medical imaging at Caltech. PhD in Machine Learning from ETH Zurich.
James Ewing Alumni Chair of the Department of Pathology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Surgical pathologist with nearly 30 years of broad diagnostic experience. Internationally recognized author and translational researcher, with a dedication to the evaluation and implementation of novel diagnostic technologies in pathology laboratories.
35 years in healthcare industry. Former Senior Partner at McKinsey And Company. Former CEO, TransForm Pharmaceuticals. Currently on the Board of Trustees, and Executive Committee, of MSK.
Senior Computational Pathologist at MSK. Recieved his PhD of Science at the ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Over ten years of experience and over 30 publications in Machine Learning, Medical Image Data Analysis in Pathology and Radiology, Biostatistics, and Software Development from numerous translational projects.
Has 10+ years of experience in systems software development (OS drivers, compilers etc.) and GPUs at several large companies like Qualcomm, VMware and Analog Devices in different domains like virtualization, HPC and embedded systems. Also has several years of experience developing Machine Learning pipelines and compute acceleration using CUDA/OpenCL.
Pathologist and former Oncologic Surgical Pathology Fellow at MSKCC. Trained in general anatomic and clinical pathology, hematopathology and dermatopathology.
He served as the first CEO of CancerLinQ™and led its rapid nationwide adoption and initial strategic transaction. Prior to CancerLinQ™, he served for seven years as the Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer of the American College of Cardiology, where he jointly led the organization’s overall operational and strategic planning.