Dr Khalil Razvi, MB BCh
is a highly qualified surgeon, his eminence in the field of gynaecological cancer diagnostics is complemented by his background in innovation in medicine, having acted as co-inventor for two patents in the field. Khalil has undertaken active research with over 30 peer-reviewed publications and over 50 Conference publications. He also holds many leadership roles in the NHS including Clinical Director for the Obs & Gynae department and Director for Women & Children, the lead Colposcopist in Southend Hospital, and leads the Gynaecological Oncology service for South Essex. Dr Khalil's main responsibility is to offer advice and guidance from outside the company.
Professor Dr. A Min Tjoa
Professor Dr. A Min Tjoa has been a full professor and director of the Institute of Software Technology and Interactive Systems at the Vienna University of Technology since 1994. He is the chairperson and board member for committees including, Christian Doppler Foundation for the establishment of high-technology transfer labs in Austria, DEXA Association and is currently the chairman of the Austrian National Competence Center for Security Research. Professor Dr. A Min Tjoa is currently member of the Council of Doctoral Studies in Mathematics, Informatics and Telecommunication which covers all universities in the Toulouse area. He is currently focusing on researching data warehousing, cloud computing, semantic web, security, and non-standard IT-applications.
Professor Dr. Christian Baumgartner
Christian Baumgartner, PhD has been Professor and Head of the Institute of Health Care Engineering with European Testing Center of Medical Devices at Graz University of Technology, Austria. He received his MSc and PhD degree from Graz University of Technology, his habilitation degree (Assoc.-Prof.) in Biomedical Engineering from UMIT, Austria. From 1998-2002 Dr. Baumgartner held an R&D position at Tecan Group AG, where he co-developed DNA microarray scanning systems. From 2007-2008, he joined the Barnett Institute of Chemical and Biological Analysis, Northeastern University and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, where Dr. Baumgartner worked in the field of bioinformatics for biomarker discovery. In 2009, he was appointed Full Professor at UMIT and in 2015 Professor at Graz University of Technology. Dr. Baumgartner is the author of more than 150 publications and is a reviewer for more than 40 scientific journals. His research in biomedical engineering focuses on cellular electrophysiology and clinical bioinformatics, biomedical sensors, modeling and simulation and medical device regulation.