People behind Keen Eye
Sylvain Berlemont, CEO and Founder
Sylvain believes in the power of machine learning and computer vision to improve the everyday life of biologists, doctors and patients. At Keen Eye, he transmits his leadership spirit to an enthusiastic and talented team that strives for high performance in the products they create.
Prior to founding Keen Eye, Sylvain completed a PhD in biomedical image analysis from Pasteur Institute, Paris, and a computer science degree from EPITA. He began his career as a postdoctoral fellow, first at the Scripps Research Institute, San Diego CA, and then at Harvard Medical School, Boston MA. He then transitioned into entrepreneurship as the CTO and co-founder of a digital health company based in the US.
Philippe Tramoy, Investment director
Philippe Tramoy joined Seventure Partners in November 2013 as Investment director within Quadrivium 1 seed fund team. He is in charge of this fund’s investments in the Life Sciences sector.He has 15 years experience as an entrepreneur and business developer in Startup and corporate. In 2004, he founded and managed a market and business intelligence company, CBDMT – Market & Business Intelligence. Philippe Tramoy is graduated in biochemistry and in immunology & genetics from the Burgundy’s University and the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Lyon. He is also graduated from IAE Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne and HEC Paris.
Gaudenz Danuser, Professor and Chairman
Since July 2015 Gaudenz Danuser has been appointed as the inaugural chair of the Lyda Hill Department of Bioinformatics. He also holds the Patrick E. Haggerty Distinguished Chair in Basic Biomedical Science and is a Scholar of the Cancer Prevention Institute of Texas. Before moving to UTSW, Danuser directed research laboratories at ETH Zurich, at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, and at Harvard Medical School. Trained as an engineer, he entered the field of cell biology as a postdoctoral fellow in the Program for Architectural Dynamics of Living Cells at the MBL in Woods Hole. He is co-chair of the computational and systems biology track in UTSW’s graduate school. He is also engaged extensively in the educational programs at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole. Currently, he is the founding director of an NIH-funded course in Computational Image Analysis in Cell and Developmental Biology. His contributions to cell biology and biophysics have been recognized by several awards and honors. He holds a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering, and is graduated in Measurement Engineering Sciences.
Our goal is to support your organization in building a new adaptable way of image analysis. Making your work more efficient with a great user experience.
We believe in the importance of healthcare improvement for people.
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