Ben is a physicist by training. His general interest lies in translating technologies into benefit for human health. A common theme in many of his previous projects is the improvement of clinical workflows with the focus on generating better outcome.
He helped to revolutionize laser surgery of the retina by introducing real-time computer guidance into a previously manual process. He is now actively engaged in helping transform Genomics from research to a reliable and routine clinical application. For him, the highest reward is to experience first-hand that a patient received an enhanced treatment that had not been available before. This is his motivation.
Ben is a graduate of University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany.
Roland is a software engineer with a research background in modeling and simulation, artificial intelligence, and distributed systems. Many of his previous software projects have been related to biology or clinical diagnostics.
He is passionate about building high-quality software systems and the tools and procedures that are involved in the process. He wants to improve health-care by developing new systems that help patients, labs, and physicians. For him, software engineering is about making the world a little bit better, release by release.
Roland is a graduate of the University of Rostock, Germany.
Stefan is a software engineer focused on user guidance and interfaces. He has a research background in modeling and simulation and worked on several projects that involved biological applications or medical devices.
His professional endeavor aims at providing better software solutions in health-care environments. He is convinced that improving user experience is a fundamental factor for making cutting edge technologies accessible to the people who diagnose and treat patients. For him, this is a major requirement to achieve his ultimate goal — making patients' lives better.
Stefan is a graduate of the University of Rostock, Germany.