Andreas Kogelnik, MD, PhD is founder and Director of OMI and a practicing physician. Prior to OMI, Dr. Kogelnik founded two companies and a non-profit organization. Having received his MD from Emory University, a PhD in Bioengineering from Georgia Tech, and completing his medical residency and fellowship at Stanford, he has been centrally involved in the information and genomic revolutions in medicine. He has served as an advisor/consultant to many Silicon Valley biotech and IT organizations including Epocrates, Counsyl, the Fogarty Institute for Innovation, and the El Camino Hospital Genomic Medicine Institute.
Ray Teeling is Director of Outreach and has been involved in software sales and managed services in the telecommunications and information technology industries for over 15 years. Mr. Teeling is adept at opening new markets, growing a customer base, and building revenues for high technology integration services organizations and Global 1000 and Fortune 50 customers in the US.
Kenneth Ng is Director of Mobile Technologies and has spearheaded the development of successful applications on multiple mobile device platforms and other integrated tools for the past five years. He has over 15 years of experience in information technology and engineering. With Dr. Kogelnik, he has developed numerous prize winning mobile health apps for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Health 2.0, and Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (Dept. of HHS, US Govt).
Jennifer Larson is Director of Partnering and Communications. She joined OMI from DermTech, where she led Business Development. Prior, she was vice president of the Health Care practice at Porter Novelli London leading public relations for companies including Novartis, Pfizer and the UK National Blood Service. Earlier she was at Novartis managing the corporate culture integration and local media relations for the Ciba-Sandoz merger. She joined from Chiron. Jennifer is a partner at Labfive, a life sciences consultancy. She received her BA from UC Berkeley and did graduate studies in molecular biology at UC Berkeley and Sydney University.