DR. JOONGHEUM PARK
DR. YAIR SAPERSTEIN
Founder / Head of Product
Dr. Park is a practicing board-certified internal medicine physician at New York Presbyterian-Columbia University Medical Center (“CUMC”). He is a clinical informatics fellow at CUMC and on the executive board of the National Association of Clinical Informatics Fellows. He is also a professional developer and has been mentoring computer science classes in healthcare software at Georgia Tech. Additionally, Dr. Park leads multiple clinical AI projects in collaboration with Columbia University, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Rutgers University, and the University of Pittsburgh. He has presented his AI and mobile health projects at national conferences held by the American Medical Informatics Association, the American College of Rheumatology, the Society of Hospital Medicine, and the American Psychiatric Association.
Dr. Saperstein is the inpatient Medicine Chief Resident at Kings County Hospital Center. He is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA), and graduated from Albert Einstein College of Medicine with distinction in research in global health and from Yeshiva College as Valedictorian. Previously, Dr. Saperstein has co-founded two non-profit organizations, StartScience.org and Teach4Kids.org. Additionally, Yair is an acclaimed classical concert pianist and recreational ukelele jammer and has won numerous awards including The Jewish Week's "36 under 36" most influential Jewish Americans, and was a semifinalist in the Dell Social Innovation Challenge,
Co-founder / CEO
Co-founder / CFO
Laurence is currently a student at Columbia Business School where he is studying entrepreneurship and healthcare. Prior to Columbia, Laurence worked on the investment team at Vector Capital, a private equity firm focused on software investments. At Vector, Laurence helped evaluate and acquire enterprise software companies, in addition to serving as a Board Observer for two of the firm's portfolio companies. Prior to Vector, Laurence worked at Greenhill, an investment bank focused on M&A and restructuring. Laurence received a BS in Economics from The Wharton School and a BA in International Studies and Hispanic Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.
Yiela is currently pursuing a master’s degree in biomedical engineering at Columbia University. She previously completed a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry at Barnard college. Yiela has experience creating medical devices, and recently became a finalist in the African Biomedical Engineering Consortium (ABEC) Design Competition for her global health work creating an oxygen delivery device. She also has experience in entrepreneurship and recently took part in an accelerator as part of the Taglit Excel internship program. Yiela has done research in both computational chemistry and biomedical imaging analysis. She is committed to using technological innovations to improve the healthcare system.