Alexander received his B.Sc. from Lehigh University in Molecular Biology, has worked as a Failure Analysis engineer for ICs and PCB assemblies, and Product Manager for medical-grade electrophysiology systems. For the past 10 years, he has worked with and authored patents in biosensors, signal processing, and algorithm creation. He has been invited to speak at Quantified Self, Institute For The Future, MITCNC, and TED.
Violetta Georgiou, PhD
Violetta co-founded Biofeedback Associates of California in 1978 and helped pioneer novel neuromuscular retraining paradigms using biometric sensor feedback. She has helped train thousands of individuals over the years. Her deep domain expertise working with sEMG sensor technology is coupled with a focused passion for making wearable electrophysiology sensors affordable and popular.
Cindy Lin, MD
Dr. Lin received her MD from Harvard and completed her residency at Stanford University Hospital. She is dual American Board Certified in Sports Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. She brings extensive experience in clinical research including in electromyography (EMG) and has published and presented her research in international medical journals and conferences.
Alexandra Carmichael is a serial entrepreneur in the health technology space with two profitable exits. She was one of the co-founders of the popular Quantified Self movement, and is passionate about building supportive communities. Alexandra co-developed Visual Cloning software to help life science researchers organize, analyze, and visualize genetic information, building the company to 450 research organizations worldwide before selling the technology to Hitachi. She then co-founded CureTogether, a data-driven online community where patients compare notes on which treatments worked best for over 600 health conditions. CureTogether was acquired by 23andMe in 2012. Alexandra is a survivor of long-term chronic pain and enjoys ecstatic dance and spending time with her two awesome daughters.