About 

Mission

Our mission is to improve patient outcomes at a reduced cost by applying artificial intelligence to diagnostic imaging. We believe that current cardiovascular diagnostics are often either expensive, burdensome to the patient, or not sufficiently accurate. Medical imaging offers an economically efficient and non-invasive method for capturing patient health information, but additional tools are needed to realize its full diagnostic power. Our software is part of that solution, and we will continue to develop additional applications to support sustainable, enhanced patient care.

 

What is now Elucid began studies in 2009 with a mission to better understand the underlying cause of heart attacks and strokes: subclinical atherosclerosis. After years of promising results and success as a CRO, Elucid sought to translate these findings into a usable clinical tool to deliver better care and help reduce the number of heart attacks and strokes. The tool had to be accurate, efficient, and cost-effective. With those requirements in mind, Elucid released vascuCAP® to bring this knowledge to the market and improve the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease for patients across the globe. Elucid continues to innovate and develop novel, AI-enabled solutions to healthcare’s toughest challenges.

History

 

Team

Andrew Buckler, M.S.

Founder, President, CTO

Blake Richards, MBA

CEO

Ashish Singh, MS Candidate

Machine Intelligence Engineer Intern

Larry Martell

Senior Software Engineer

Rick Frank

Senior Engineer

David Chen

Research & Analytics

Matt Phillips, PhD

Principal Research Engineer

Samantha St. Pierre

Research Scientist

Kjell Johnson, PhD

Statistical Engineer

Rich Coe

Senior Software Engineer

Sean Kelleher

Strategy & Operations

Scientific Advisory Board

Antonio (Tony) Gotto Jr.,

MD, PhD

Cardiologist, Dean Emeritus Weill Cornell

James Hamilton, PhD

Co-Founder & Scientific Advisor

Joe Schoepf, MD

Director of Cardiovascular Imaging, MUSC

David Deaton, MD

Vascular Surgeon

Larry Hollier, MD

Vascular Surgeon, Chancellor, LSUHSC at New Orleans

Peter Schneider, MD

Vascular Surgeon & Professor UCSF

Eric Perlman, MD

Imaging Advisor

James Keith Jr., PhD

Scientific Advisor