Arif Nathoo, M.D., is co-founder & chief executive officer at Komodo Health where he oversees data sciences, engineering, and product development initiatives for the company. He has spent the past 15 years in healthcare and life sciences leadership roles. Before Komodo Health, Arif was a leader in McKinsey’s Healthcare practice where he was responsible for helping enterprise healthcare address issues in corporate strategy, finance, sales and marketing, and organization building. He co-led McKinsey’s Medical Affairs Practice, which created analytic products and services to improve non-promotional engagement between industry and providers.
He has conducted research in novel instructional technologies and medical devices, with multiple publications in peer-reviewed journals. Arif graduated magna cum laude with Highest Honors from Harvard University with an A.M. in molecular and cellular biology, an M.D. from Harvard Medical School, and M.P.A. in health policy from Harvard Kennedy School.
Web Sun is co-founder and President at Komodo Health where he oversees operations including business development, sales and marketing, and people.
Prior to founding Komodo Health, Web was a managing director at Zephyr Health, a leading life sciences data and insights solution provider, running all non-Engineering functions. He spent nearly eight years as vice president at Campbell Alliance (now Syneos Health) where he advised enterprise life sciences companies across corporate development, brand management and marketing, commercial effectiveness and medical affairs initiatives.
Web also serves as an Executive Advisor to Reify Health, Heads Up Health and other healthcare/healthtech startups focused on Big Data, SaaS, Healthcare IT, and Predictive Analytics to improve patient outcomes. Web holds an MBA in Marketing & Finance and International Business from New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business and a triple major in Molecular Biology/Biochemistry (MBB), Biological Sciences and Psychology from Rutgers University.
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 two decades in healthcare and technology spanning commercial, medical affairs, and R&D. Richard brings in-depth experience from his time at Genentech and Onyx, and most recently served in a strategic planning leadership role in the Global Scientific Affairs organization at Amgen. He has also helped to build and lead customer-facing teams at multiple technology companies serving healthcare and life sciences.
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. He earned his Ph.D. in Toxicology from University of California, Riverside, and an M.B.A. from USC Marshall School of Business.
Brice Wu, M.B.A., is the Head of Engineering at Komodo Health where he leads the data engineering, data science, and full stack engineering efforts. He has spent 20+ years leading technical teams across the semiconductor manufacturing, advertising, and healthcare technology markets.
Prior to Komodo Health, he served for eight years as a senior leader in Data Engineering, Data Science, and Systems Integration for Google’s Display Advertising and Consumer Operations organizations, overseeing an organization of 200+ individuals operating in support of $5.2B in revenue and 90M+ global users. Before Google, Brice was a Principal Engineer in the Process Development and Systems Engineering organizations for FormFactor, Inc. where he oversaw systems design and technical architecture for their $120M+ manufacturing operation.
Brice holds a B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from Cornell University where he was a John McMullen Dean’s Scholar, a M.S. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from the University of California, Berkeley, and a M.B.A. from the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia.
Saiba Sabherwal is the Chief Financial Officer at Komodo Health. She started her tech career in Sales Operations at Google, followed by key roles at Pandora and Spotify while they were both private. She helped scale sales teams during periods of high revenue growth and helped prepare for Pandora’s IPO.
Saiba has spent the last five years leading Finance & Operations at early stage companies including Next Big Sound, a predictive analytics company for the music industry. She ran the process that culminated in Pandora’s acquisition of NBS in 2015 and she also led the post-acquisition integration process.
Saiba has an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a B.A., Economics, Magna cum Laude from UPenn.
Bill Evans is the Chief Marketing Officer for Komodo Health. As CMO he is responsible for overseeing all corporate brand marketing and communications, as well as leading the integrated marketing efforts to drive awareness and demand for Komodo’s innovative portfolio of solutions.
Prior to joining Komodo Health, Bill was Chief Marketing and Digital Officer for Point of Care Network, a small but frisky start up that utilizes a clever set of proprietary analysis tools to enable life science companies to uncover and more effectively engage with NPs and PAs who typically go unnoticed by marketers.
Prior to POCN, Bill was the CMO for IBM’s Watson Health division, where he introduced and expanded IBM’s foray into healthcare while educating the market on the need and value of AI and data driven solutions to transform the industry.
Bill began his career as a healthcare marketing and communications executive. Bill earned his B.F.A. in Graphic Design from SUNY New Paltz.
Aswin Chandrakantan, M.D., is Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President of Corporate Development.
Prior to Komodo Health, he was a senior leader in Google’s Global Operations and Strategy, which was responsible for the implementation and support for Google’s 240+ ad products sustaining $110B annually in revenue. He also brings in-depth healthcare and analytics experience from his role as an engagement manager McKinsey where he was a founding member of McKinsey’s Healthcare analytics service line supporting leading biopharma companies, payer reform in over a dozen states, revenue cycle management at top IDNs. He also led strategic initiatives for polio eradication strategies for Nigeria.
Aswin earned his M.D. from the UMDNJ (now Rutgers NJ Medical School) and a B.S. from The College of New Jersey.
Julie Rogers is currently VP of People & Experience at Komodo Health. Julie has always had an insatiable curiosity about human behavior, and when she entered 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 is an avid advocate for the practice of human resources, participating and speaking at key industry events including the Bersin IMPACT (2017), a panel hosted by Greenhouse and Scout, and most recently speaking at the MomWarrior Conference in Sept 2018.
Julie is a graduate of the University of California Santa Cruz, with a BA in Anthropology (with focus on Medical Anthropology).
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.