Dr. González did his post-doctoral training in biomedical engineering at Harvard Medical School and MIT, earned his PhD in computer science in EPFL, Switzerland and did his undergraduate studies in engineering and interactive systems in UPM, Spain and KTH, Sweden. German’s interests lie in the intersection of biomedical research, computer science and artificial intelligence, with…

Dr. Hansen has spent a large part of his career inventing and developing research and diagnostic tools for the analysis of peripheral blood cells. Most notably in 1976, he invented the first optical cell counter using a laser light scattering principle, which allowed for platelet counting for the first time to be accurate below 10,000/μl…

Dr. Krauledat began her 36-year career in the commercial life sciences with Behringwerke AG in Germany where she directed the R&D program that resulted in the commercialization of 7 infectious disease immunoassays, among them the first HIV test approved in Europe. After relocating to the United States she became R&D Director at Ortho Diagnostic Systems,…