Matt C. is primarily responsible for building our advisory network, acquiring funding, product vision, market/competitor research, business management, and product development. He attends Case Western Reserve University where he studies Entrepreneurship and Computer Engineering.
Matt R. specializes in clinical development and communications. He attends Penn State University, and there he has initiated a multi-year agreement for clinical validation of the Reflexion Edge. He handles communications with many important figures to Reflexion, including medical professionals and business contacts.
Patrick handles much of Reflexion’s software development needs and website maintenance. He is currently studying Computer Science at Cornell University and is fluent in many programming languages.
Lead Investor, Board Member
John is an experienced entrepreneur and the lead investor in our current seed investment round. He has helped to establish key connections at Pennsylvania State University and provides strategic business guidance to the company.
Semyon, “Sam,” Slobounov holds Ph.D.s in both Kinesiology and Clinical Psychology, he has conducted previous research on concussions in high school sports, and he is now the principal investigator of the clinical studies underway at Pennsylvania State University using the Edge.
Jack is an experienced software manager with board experience. He has assisted in the negotiation and selection of product development partners in the past, and he acts as an important advisor to the company.
Dr. Venkatachalam Mangeshkumar
Lead Scientific Advisor
Dr. Venkatachalam Mangeshkumar founded Neurology and Stroke Associates, PC in Lititz, Pennsylvania. He holds medical degrees in neurology, geriatric medicine, and internal medicine, and he is one of only a handful of neurologists in Pennsylvania who are also certified in neuroimaging, specifically computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. He is the Director for The American Society of Neuroimaging and a Fellow of both The American Academy of Neurology and The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland