Our commitment is driven by our desire to improve patient access to targeted cancer treatments. Founded in 2022 by technology experts and oncologists, we bring a diverse, forward-thinking perspective to all we do, rooted in the belief that a connected ecosystem between oncologists, pharmaceutical
Dave is our CEO, CTO and a co-founder. He was formerly a member of the startup team at Altais, a Blue Shield of California spinoff and was previously with Global Healthcare Exchange, Hitachi Consulting, IBM Global Services and Andersen Business Consulting. He has extensive healthcare experience with both provider and payer organizations, and has founded two previous start-up companies.
John is a co-founder and member of our Board of Directors. He was previously President of Raintree Oncology Services, which was acquired by Cardinal Health in 2016. Prior to Raintree, he was VP of Johnson & Johnson’s North American Pharmaceutical Strategic Customer Group, with responsibility for pricing and contracting of over $12Bn of J&J Pharmaceutical sales.
Dr. Jeff Bailet recently retired as the president & chief executive officer at Altais, a start-up focused on helping physicians and the clinical community maximize the health and well-being of their patients in a way that is sustainably affordable and maintains professional gratification.
Dr. Friedman is a co-founder and our Chief Medical Officer. He is a Board-certified oncologist in Medical Oncology, Hematology and Internal Medicine with Florida Cancer Specialists. He received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University and completed Internal Medicine residency training at Washington University School of Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital, and a fellowship in Hematology/Oncology at the University of Michigan. Previously, he served in a variety of positions with University Hospitals of Cleveland Seidman Cancer Center and has been actively involved in clinical research.
Dr. Costello is a co-founder and our Chief Science Officer. He is also an Associate Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. He is also the Co-Director of the Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Shared Resource through the University of Colorado Cancer Center and Co-Director of the Pharmacology PhD Training Program. Dr. Costello studies the molecular features that drive aggressiveness in prostate cancer and the molecular mechanisms that drive therapeutic resistance in bladder cancer. His research lab also develops computational models to integrate multi-omics datasets, predict novel drug targets, and characterize pathway-specific effects from transcriptomic datasets.