Arif Nathoo is co-founder of Komodo Health and serves as its CEO. He brings leadership experience across life sciences and technology, having founded multiple startups and served as partner at McKinsey & Company. During his seven years at McKinsey, he led its North American Medical Affairs practice and was responsible for developing its global roundtable of Medical Affairs leaders and new tools to assess performance in Medical Affairs. Arif was the co-director of a neuroscience program at Harvard University, and holds his M.D. from Harvard Medical School and a Masters in Health Policy from Harvard Kennedy School.
Web Sun is the President and Co-Founder of Komodo Health. Web has spent his entire career in healthcare and life sciences, with a decade of experience on the Client side spanning roles at BMS, Schering-Plough and Merck, senior leadership roles at Campbell Alliance (acquired by inVentiv Health) and Zephyr Health, and Executive Advisor roles at leading venture-backed healthcare technology startups including REIFY Health and Heads Up Health. Web holds an MBA in Finance and Marketing from NYU and graduated with a triple major from Rutgers College.
Richard Kho, Ph.D., M.B.A., is Chief Revenue Officer at Komodo Health where he leads the Customer team including Sales, Account Management, and Customer Success. He has spent the past 18 years in life sciences, spanning commercial, medical affairs, and R&D. He brings in-depth commercial and medical affairs experience from his time at Genentech and Onyx, and most recently served in a strategic planning role in the Global Scientific Affairs organization at Amgen. Earlier in his career, Richard co-authored 14 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters and co-invented a patented algorithm for predicting protein structure from primary sequence analysis. In addition to his in-house experience, Richard has helped build and lead customer-facing teams at multiple Life Sciences technology companies. He earned his Ph.D. in Toxicology from University of California, Riverside, and his M.B.A. from USC Marshall School of Business.
Richard is passionate about impacting patient lives through his work at Komodo Health given his experience living and thriving despite having ankylosing spondylitis. Outside of work, he enjoys being outdoors and staying active with his family, as well as traveling and eating in new places.
Brice Wu is the Head of Engineering for Komodo Health, where he leads the Data Science, Full Stack and Data Engineering teams. A technology industry veteran, Brice has spent 15+ years in engineering, most recently as a senior leader in Google’s DoubleClick Ad Services division, where he led an organization of 200+ individuals operating in support of $5.2bn in revenue and 90M+ global users. Brice holds a BS in Materials Science and Engineering from Cornell University where he was a John McMullen Dean’s Scholar, a MS in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from the University of California, Berkeley, and a MBA from the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia.
Saiba Sabherwal is the CFO of Komodo Health. She brings more than 15 years of experience in Finance and Operations at large and small technology companies. This includes senior roles at Google, Spotify and Pandora, where she helped scale the company for its initial public offering. Saiba also led the sale of Next Big Sound to Pandora in 2015 and helped with the post-merger integration. She has a B.A., Economics Magna cum Laude from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
Dr. Aswin Chandrakantan is the Head of Product of Komodo Health, where he leads the Product Management, Product Marketing, and Clinical Innovations teams. He has served as a leader in healthcare and technology during his 4 years at McKinsey, his work spanning across pharmaceuticals, payer reform and scaled digital deployments in healthcare. Prior to Komodo, he worked at Google as a strategy lead to support and grow Google’s Ad businesses. He holds an M.D. from Rutgers Medical School (formerly known as UMDNJ).
Julie Rogers is Komodo Health’s VP / Head of People & Experience. She has always had an insatiable curiosity about human behavior, and when she stumbled into the world of human resources over 20 years ago, her explorations found a new outlet. Gaining mastery of running a well-oiled HR shop during the first dot com boom, Julie has practiced her craft primarily in the Bay Area tech industry, helping startups grow (and contract), regularly poking at and breaking traditional approaches to people practice, and gaining insights into how to inspire and motivate people, and create an environment for them to do their best ever work. Most recently Julie has led global people practice at Culture Amp, Atlassian, and AdRoll. Julie holds a BA in Medical Anthropology from the University of California at Santa Cruz.
Jason Prestinario is the Head of Data Science at Komodo Health. Jason oversees the data curation, exploration, and algorithm development that powers Komodo Health’s entity resolution, linkages, recommendations, advanced targeting and prediction engine. Jason and his team are responsible for building the data pipelines and machine learning models that create efficiency and value in the healthcare ecosystem.
Prior to joining Komodo Health, Jason spent four years at Palantir Technologies where he established the deployed computational engineering team and built out commercial analytics and data science capabilities across the insurance, media, finance and energy industries. Jason holds a M.S. and B.S. with distinction in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University.
Dr. Meghan Dierks is a Senior Clinical Advisor to Komodo Health, where she advises the company on clinical informatics and healthcare analytics.
Dr. Dierks is Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, in the Division of Clinical Informatics at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston MA. She also holds a position of Director of Clinical Systems Analysis at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. In these roles, Dr. Dierks conducts a broad range of both operational and research activities in the areas of Clinical Systems Analysis, Risk Analysis, Decision Analysis and Human Factors Engineering (emphasis on Cognitive Engineering and Macroergonomics). This work is highly cross-disciplinary, applying analytical and theoretical principles from the fields of systems engineering, computer science, cognitive science and decision theory to understand risk and performance in complex socio-technical clinical systems.