Pioneering the next generation of global healthcare intelligence

We are an AI-first healthcare analytics company. Our mission is to power intelligent applications in every part of the world.

Our Team

Anthony lee
Anthony Lee
Christina cai
Christina Cai
Fedor suprychev
Fedor Suprychev
Alex tomberg
Alex Tomberg
Jie xu
Jie Xu
Sergey yarotsky
Sergey Yarotsky
Simon gong
Simon Gong

Our Values

Diverse and interdisplinary

We apply our technical expertise in unexpected ways to develop creative solutions from different angles

Dig deep and simplify

We find practical solution by reconceptualizing problems to identify core purposes and eliminate complexities

Intensely collaborative

We rely on our collective strengths and grit to solve impossible problems, learn and be better together

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What excites you about science?
It is not guaranteed that every scientist would make a big discovery, but it is always good to pass on the knowledge to a new generation and to know that together we will tackle many challenges.
Dr. cheng z
Dr. Cheng Z
Post-Doctoral Fellow
University of North Carolina
Why did you become a scientist?
I was influenced by my high school science teacher - who did a marvellous job.
Dening j
Dening J
Ph.D. Candidate
University of British Columbia
What do you study?
I use a template-assembled synthetic protein to explore protein folding problems and its biological application.
Hui y
Hui Y
Ph.D. Candidate
University of British Columbia
Terminology researcher
What excites you about science?
The opportunity to apply the creativity in creating new possibilities for design in the context of use in real life—especially now with the push for knowledge translation.
Howard c
Howard C
MHSc Candidate
University of Toronto
What excites you about science?
When I started my PhD, it was about intellectual curiosity. As I become more confident doing research, I am excited about using science to help patients, and generate social and economical benefits.
Wendy q
Wendy Q
Ph.D. Candidate
University of Toronto
Terminology researcher
Which model organism do you work with and why?
Drosophila melanogaster, or fruit fly – it’s inexpensive to maintain, they have a short life cycle, and many of the identified genes that play a role in human diseases have a counterpart in Drosophila.
Yan l
Yan L
M.Sci. Candidate
University of Toronto