FOUNDER AND CEO
The principal founder of Lifetrack Medical Systems is Eric Schulze, MD, PhD, a physician, inventor, entrepreneur, biologist and visionary.
Dr. Schulze graduated with Honors in Molecular Biology from UC Berkeley. Dr. Schulze was accepted to the UCSF Medical School for the MD PhD program with a recommendation letter from Dr. James Watson, Nobel Laureate for the discovery of DNA. After receiving his MD PhD from UCSF, Dr. Schulze then did his Diagnostic Radiology Residency at Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). At Mass General, Dr. Schulze worked with RadStar one of the world's first PACS systems. In Louisiana, while working as a radiologist, he helped develop one of the first integrated RIS/PACS systems for which he received a US patent. In Texas, as Chief Radiologist for a 400-bed tertiary care hospital, he introduced Teleradiology.
Dr. Schulze then founded 24/7 Radiology and grew the business to 85 client hospitals in seventeen US states and established international subsidiaries in the Philippines, India, and Singapore. The company was subsequently sold to a NYSE-listed company, and Dr. Schulze then formed Lifetrack Medical Systems to leverage what he had learned running the most distributed Teleradiology company in the world, with particular attention to the challenges he encountered running offices in the emerging markets of Asia and India.
Vice Dean, Education at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School
Dr. Kamei was the first person hired on the Education team to start up the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School and bring Duke University's curriculum to Singapore. Dr. Kamei is also Professor of Pediatrics, Duke University School of Medicine and Director of the Academic Medicine Education Institute.
Principal, Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman, Asia
PhD in Medical Biophysics, University of Toronto
MBA from Richard Ivey School of Business
Life sciences specialist with strong international experience. Presently building Asian life sciences practice for Oliver Wyman. Prior to this, co-founded medical device company in real-time brain imaging, and worked at a "friendly" activist PE fund in China.
Chief Executive Officer, mClinica Inc.
Farouk Meralli founded mClinica, a fast growing mobile health startup providing innovative solutions for pharmaceutical companies operating in emerging markets. Farouk is also Executive Director and Co-Founder Borderless World Volunteers
Advisor Technology Solutions & Services
Chang Foo is currently the Chief Operating Officer for a Tencent company in Asia with focus on online publishing, mobile solutions and audience acquisitions. He was previously the Chief Technology Officer of Bumrungrad International Hospital where he was responsible for setting the strategic enterprise IT direction. Previous to healthcare technology management, Chang was with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) in technology management roles for manufacturing and the government sector.