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Management Team

Sajol Ghoshal

CEO and president

SAJOL GHOSHAL, CEO and President


Sajol brings more than 30 years of leadership, strategy, and engineering experience driving innovative sensor solutions in the semiconductor industry. His contemplation of emerging technologies and growth trends offers keen insight toward solving efficiency gaps, product positioning and adoption, which he executed over the span of his career developing innovative technology with startups (Level One Communications, Agere, Akros Silicon, TAOS) and while directing emerging sensor solutions at AMS-Taos. Sajol has been CEO of Advanced TeleSensors since July 2017.

Stephanie Probasco

Director of Marketing

STEPHANIE PROBASCO


Director of Marketing Stephanie brings 14 years experience executing sales strategies to penetrate big box retail, including negotiating licensing of innovative products for consumer and commercial health products. Stephanie built a niche equipment supply & distribution company that served national chains, such as Town Sports International (NASDAQ: CLUB), LA Fitness, and Bally Holdings. Ms. Probasco graduated cum laude from the University of Massachusetts Amherst Isenberg School of Management earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing.

Eric Farrell, M.D.

Director and Chief Medical Officer

ERIC FARRELL, M.D., Director


Doctor Farrell is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon who is fellowship trained in trauma. He has a special interest in fracture malunion/ nonunion as well as disaster response. He performed an Ilizarov deformity correction fellowship in Lecco, Italy followed by an orthopaedic trauma fellowship at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle Washington. Dr. Farrell assisted the US Navy aboard the USNS Comfort following the Haitian earthquake in 2010 and is an AAOS Registered Disaster Responder. Dr. Farrell worked at Cooper University Hospital’s Level I Trauma Center in Camden, N.J for 7 years prior to relocating ULCA in 2011.

Board of Directors

Kirk Laney

Director

KIRK LANEY, Director


Kirk Laney is a semiconductor professional with 30 years experience building teams and companies for successful exits. He spun off the Optoelectronic Products Group from Texas Instruments in 1998, and transformed the fledgling company – Texas Advanced Optoelectronic Solutions, Inc. (TAOS) – from a niche market provider to a worldwide leader and technology innovator of opto-sensor solutions. TAOS was acquired by publicly traded ams AG (SIX: AMS) in 2011, where Kirk served as interim CEO of TAOS-ams AG until 2017, and continued as Chief Strategy Officer on AMS’s Management Board at the expiration of his CEO term. In addition to Advanced TeleSensors, Kirk serves on the Board of Directors at Gain Semiconductors. Kirk Laney is a U.S. citizen and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Midwestern State University and four patents in opto-electronic packaging.

Jacob Jacobsson

Chairman

JACOB JACOBSSON, Director


Jacob Jacobsson has held CEO positions at Blaze DFM, Inc., Forte Design Systems and SCS Corporation, and executive positions at Xilinx Inc., Cadence Design Systems, and Daisy Systems. He has served on the board of directors at Actel Corp. (Nasdaq: ACTL), and currently serves on the boards of directors of ams AG (SIX:AMS), RFMicron, Inc., Helic Inc., Runtime Inc., and is an angel investor and board member at a number of other privately held companies in the United States and Europe. Prior to his management career, Mr. Jacobsson was active in the fields of Integrated Circuit (IC) design and automated design of semiconductor chips. Mr. Jacobsson, a citizen of Sweden and the United States, holds M.S. degrees in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH, Stockholm) and a B.A. degree from the University of Stockholm.

Jack Syage, PHD.

Director

JACK SYAGE, PhD., Director


Jack is currently CEO of ImmunogenX, a company developing therapeutic and diagnostic solutions, and has over 25 years of experience in creating and leading the development of innovative technologies particularly in the field of analytical instrumentation. Previously he founded Syagen Technology, Inc. and led its growth culminating in the successful acquisition in 2011 by the $20B/yr French company Safran. He was then appointed Chief Scientist for the subsidiary Morpho Detection. In addition to Advanced Telesensors, Jack sits on the Board of Directors of ImmunogenX, Flamentera AG, PhageTech, and Appellation Ventures. Jack has published over 130 papers, delivered about 100 invited talks, has over 30 U.S. patents issued or pending and appears on the list of the Most Highly Cited Chemists. His honorary positions included Visiting Professor at UC Irvine, Visiting Professor at the Université de Paris-Sud, Editorial Board member of the Journal of Physical Chemistry, and invitee to the Nobel Symposium in Chemistry. He received his PhD from Brown University where he was awarded the Potter Prize for Best Thesis and went on to post doc at Caltech under Nobel Laureate Ahmed Zewail.

Sajol Ghoshal

CEO and president

SAJOL GHOSHAL, CEO and President


Sajol brings more than 30 years of leadership, strategy, and engineering experience driving innovative sensor solutions in the semiconductor industry. His contemplation of emerging technologies and growth trends offers keen insight toward solving efficiency gaps, product positioning and adoption, which he executed over the span of his career developing innovative technology with startups (Level One Communications, Agere, Akros Silicon, TAOS) and while directing emerging sensor solutions at AMS-Taos. Sajol has been CEO of Advanced TeleSensors since July 2017.

Eric Farrell, M.D.

Director and Chief Medical Officer

ERIC FARRELL, M.D., Director


Doctor Farrell is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon who is fellowship trained in trauma. He has a special interest in fracture malunion/ nonunion as well as disaster response. He performed an Ilizarov deformity correction fellowship in Lecco, Italy followed by an orthopaedic trauma fellowship at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle Washington. Dr. Farrell assisted the US Navy aboard the USNS Comfort following the Haitian earthquake in 2010 and is an AAOS Registered Disaster Responder. Dr. Farrell worked at Cooper University Hospital’s Level I Trauma Center in Camden, N.J for 7 years prior to relocating ULCA in 2011.

Advisory Board

Jason Zagrodzky, M.D.

Doctor of Cardiology
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

Jason Zagrodzky, Doctor of Cardiology, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology


Dr. Zagrodzky has a broad background in human cardiology, with specific training and expertise in cardiac electrophysiology, atrial fibrillation, and ICD / pacemaker insertion. His background and expertise provide a fine understanding of human cardiology as it pertains to Cardi/o® users.

Among his regulatory work, Dr. Zagrodzky served as Principal Investigator on a 12-month FDA Clinical Trial sponsored by Abbot Medical Devices. His contributions to science include the treatment of the first premature ventricular contraction case using a new cardiac mapping system to treat heart arrythmias at St. David’s Medical Center, and was a participant of the largest device study to date designed to evaluate the performance of Attune Medical’s ensoETM patient temperature management device as an aid in the reduction of esophageal injury during cardiac ablation. He is a past president of the Alpha Omega Alpha National Honor Medical Society and recipient of the Mayes-Smith Award in Internal Medicine.

Dr. Zagrodzky completed his Fellowship in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, TX and currently practices at Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute (TCAI), St. David’s Medical Center in Austin, TX. He has Over 30 publications and presentations in medical journals covering cardiology topics, including The New England Journal of Medicine.

John Beaman

President, Continuing Care, LLC

John Beaman, President, Continuing Care, LLC


Mr. Beaman is the Founder and General Partner of The Bridges Assisted Living Homes located in the Rio Grande Valley in south Texas. His 30 years experience in the elder care assisted living industry provides valuable insights for successful business modeling for Cardi/o® enterprise users.

Founded and built in 1998-2000, The Bridges consists of 92 private rooms in two separate communities with staged levels of care, including Alzheimer/Memory Care. The Bridges was the first licensed assisted living home in the Rio Grande Valley as well as the first Alzheimer’s assisted living home in the Rio Grande Valley. The values of taking care of the communities’ elderly via personalized care, music, art, and technology-based programs are embedded throughout the organization, which enjoys 4.9 Star Google Reviews and testimonials for its fine reputation of providing quality care.

As a former New York City banker in both commercial and investment banking, Mr. Beaman specialized in lending to, and raising capital for, retirement and long-term care homes throughout the nation. He holds a MIM in Finance from Thunderbird School of Global Management and is bi-lingual, speaking English and Spanish fluently.

Corporate Partners

Infineon

Technology

Infineon

Technology


Infineon Technologies AG is a world leader in semiconductor solutions that make life easier, safer and greener. This mission drives their values to commit, partner, innovate, and perform. Through a trusted partnership, Infineon and Advanced TeleSensors are committed to solving problems with innovative RF sensing technologies that optimize human performance and experience. Together, we deliver game-changing solutions that drive customer success.

Galen Data

Data Security

Galen Data

Cloud Hosting


Galen Data is the preferred cloud partner of Cardi/o® by Advanced Telesensors. Their Galen Cloud™ platform ensures that our customers’ private data is securely managed using HIPAA- and FDA-compliant protocols. The Cardi/o®-Galen partnership empowers our team with end-to-end turnkey solutions to service multi-party-access requirements unique to each client account.

PACE

government

PACE

Government


PACE is a bipartisan government relations firm based in the nation's capital. Their expertise in legislative monitoring gives Advanced TeleSensors a direct connection to Congressional and Administration Action on Health Care, Telemedicine, Health Data and Protection and health-related initiatives. It’s this trusted partnership that enables innovative technologies like Cardi/o® to reach and help vulnerable populations in the most efficient manner possible.

Arrow

Manufacturing

Arrow

Manufacturing


A Fortune 109 company with 20,000 employees and sales of $30 billion, Arrow Electronics is the ultimate enabler for leading technology manufacturers and service providers around the world. The Arrow Certified Technology Badge gives customers confidence that Cardi/o® is a technical and manufacturable feat. "Advanced TeleSensors’ “Over-The-Air” (OTA) cardiac sensing" combined with Arrow’s technology manufacturing expertise helps speed the process of delivering our uniquely innovative products to customers.