Harry Ostrer, M.D.
Harry Ostrer, M.D. is Professor of Pathology and Pediatrics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Director of Genetic and Genomic Testing at Montefiore Medical Center. He is widely regarded as a leader in medical genetics in the United States, and is known for his work on common and rare genetic disorders and population genetics. In addition to his work with flow variant analysis, he is currently commercializing a predictive test for risk of prostate cancer metastasis at the time of diagnosis.
Peter Gregersen, M.D.
Originally trained as a rheumatologist, Peter K. Gregersen has been working in the area of human genetics for over three decades. He has led several major international consortia to study the genetics of autoimmune and other inflammatory diseases; he was awarded the Crafoord Prize from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 2013 for his lifetime of work leading to the identification of nearly 100 genetic associations with rheumatoid arthritis. He is currently focused on the genetics and pathogenesis of endometriosis, a common disease which is associated with risk for some forms of ovarian cancer.
Heather Koshinsky, Ph.D.
Heather Koshinsky is a serial entrepreneur who is an Alumni of Influence of the University of Saskatchewan, and has certificates in Business Administration, in Marketing and in Digital Marketing from University of California, Berkeley Hass School of Business. Heather is an advisor and/ or board member to startups located in India, Australia, Japan, Poland, Armenia, US, and Canada and covering diverse fields including medical devices, diagnostic tests, communication tools, drugs, remote sensing in agriculture, low light imaging chips, automated air fiber detection, laboratory consumables, consumer goods and big data analysis software for single cell immunogenetics.