Dr. Vaughn Keller
Prior to joining Cogito Health, Vaughn was the Director of the Health Behavior Laboratory at the University of Miami-Humana Health Services Research Center. He was also the Director of Clinical Behavior Change at Humana. Before coming to Humana Vaughn was the Associate Director of the Institute for Physician-Patient Communication. He has authored many articles which have appeared in peer reviewed journals and is the creator of the Star Model of Health Behavior Change.
Carl is the Director of Social Neuroscience at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Psychiatry, a staff psychiatrist, and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is CEO and Chief Scientist at Innerscope Research. Carl received his M.A. in psychology and philosophy at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar and then completed his M.D. with honors at Harvard Medical School. He has won numerous awards for his research including the Livingston Award, the Kaplan Fellowship for Research, and the National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression Young Investigator Award.
Larry specializes in advanced information technologies and sensors to improve organizational effectiveness, cycle time, agility and security. He has held senior appointments in a number of organizations in the National Security Community. Meador’s graduate degrees in engineering and management are from MIT and he has held fellowships from the National Science Foundation, MIT, and the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory. He has lectured at Oxford University’s Center for Management Studies and the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne. He is a recipient of numerous awards within the US National Security Community.
Ken is a serial entrepreneur, having played a key role in launching several high-tech start-ups, including 3Com Corporation, Aspen Technology, an expert systems company, and a biotech firm. Ken’s batting average is 0.833: five of his start-ups went public or were successfully merged; one was a complete disaster. As head of the MIT Entrepreneurship Center for many years, Ken was responsible for inspiring, training, and coaching new generations of entrepreneurs from all parts of MIT. Ken has been profiled and quoted in numerous publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Economist, and Red Herring.
Steve is a manager and entrepreneur with 25 years experience building successful businesses in computing and healthcare. He is Cogito Health’s MIT Venture Mentoring Service lead mentor. Steve founded, ran, sold, and integrated Optas, and has held senior roles at Dendrite International, Dun and Bradstreet, and Thinking Machines. He has written two seminal books on data mining and machine learning through McGraw-Hill. He holds science, technology, and business degrees from MIT and Harvard.
Ron Scharlack, works as an advisor in the medical device and diagnostic companies, and works in technology development and commercialization. He has been an officer in a successful venture-funded medical device business as well as an officer in the NASDAQ traded corporation.