The management team is multi-disciplined and focused at this time. It is led by Sajol Ghoshal, CEO and CTO who provides the necessary direction and trade-offs needed to develop the product that is able to penetrate key customers. Sajol is a serial entrepreneur with multiple companies having successful exits: Level One Communications acquired by Intel in 1999 for $2.2B, Agere acquired by Lucent Technologies in 2001 for $450M and TAOS acquired by AMS AG in 2010 for $350M. Sajol has a Master’s in Electrical Engineering from Notre Dame and has over 40 patents.
Kristin Norton, PhD is a cardiovascular scientist and CEO of Greenroom Technologies, a health technology consulting firm. Kristin advises Advanced TeleSensors on product market fit, market acceptance, and business development initiatives with additional input on product strategy. She has been instrumental in understanding consumer needs and her team has created flyers, pitch decks, and other marketing materials for outreach.
David Sorensen leads the marketing efforts. He brings 30 years of experience in bringing new products to market at Broadcom, AMD, LSI, and Micron, and has cofounded five startups. Additionally, he has a strong background in working with government regulators and standards organizations.
Dr. Eric Farrell M.D. Chief Medical Officer and UCLA Medical Center Orthopedic Trauma Surgeon, and Assistant Professor at UCLA Trauma Center. Board Certificated Orthopedic Medicine. Eric has been instrumental is steering the company’s cardiac sensing technology toward measurable cardiac performance. Eric has been crucial in validating the efficacy of the product and evangelizing the need for Heart Rate Variability (HRV) in elders and babies.
Dr. Jason Zagrodzky M.D. Jason is a cardiologist and electrophysiologist at the Texas Cardiac Arrythmia. Jason is one of the most respected physicians in the field of electrophysiology in Texas and has had a fascination with electrophysiology and the science of the heart. Dr. Zagrodzky has devoted his entire career to studying and applying complex technology to the treatment of rhythm disorders of the heart, with the simple goal of getting people back to good health. After graduating first in his class at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Dr. Zagrodzky completed an internship and residency training in internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. He then returned to UT Southwestern to complete his fellowship training in cardiology and electrophysiology.
Elisa Maldonado-Holmertz is responsible for FDA regulatory affairs and quality assurance. Elisa has 25 years of leadership experience in the multinational biopharma and medical device industries. She has worked and lived in emerging and established markets including the USA, Belgium, Sweden, and the P.R. China. She successfully contributed at PPDI, Pfizer, Aerocrine, and Emergo Group, with responsibilities in pre-clinical, clinical, regulatory and quality functions. Elisa earned a BA from University of Texas at Austin, and has completed graduate work in Business Management and Health Economics.