Jim is a “builder” at his core. His passion is developing teams and growing companies. Jim has over 35 years of leadership experience in technology, digital product development, business strategy, high growth companies, and healthcare at both large and startup companies, including West Publishing, now Thomson Reuters, Iconoculture, Livio Health Group and Stella/Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota.
Jim is also an angel investor, active in the startup community supporting teams with passion and focus. Jim serves on boards, both for-profit and not-for-profit, helping drive visions forward.
Sarah is excited to support scientific discovery through technology and orchestrate Flywheel’s expansion beyond the development stage. She enjoys drawing on her experience in strategy and research-driven decision making to optimize operations and empower the best in software talent, all while navigating changes in the healthcare industry.
Tim was the CTO of Radiologics Inc, which developed cloud-scaling imaging informatics services for clinical trials and AI-powered patient diagnostics. Radiologics was acquired by Flywheel in 2021. Tim works within Flywheel to integrate the platform with the XNAT community’s resources, provide guidance and direction on product development, FDA Part 11 Compliance, quality systems and general imaging informatics best practices.
Dan continues to provide leadership and technical insights across a broad swath of biomedical research. He is the director of Flywheel’s clinical division and federated data network. His passions include automated tumor quantification, brain health characterization, and database design for complex data. When not doing science, Dan can typically be found traveling to the mountains with his family, watching tennis or a ballgame, or chasing his dog down the damn street.
Travis’ career has primarily focused on his passion for data management, data quality, and application interoperability to provide real-world solutions in industries including telecommunications, energy, and supply-chain. He is particularly excited to be leveraging his data management and analytics experience to enable a new generation of innovative solutions for healthcare with enormous potential to accelerate scientific discovery and advance precision care.
Gunnar thrives on applying his computer engineering know-how to facilitate and accelerate academic and clinical research. In particular, he enjoys using his extensive experience in computer programming, modern web technologies, and distributed and scalable systems design to enable large-scale data management and highly-scalable computing.
Can holds a B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Minnesota. His graduate work focusing on MRI hardware design and electromagnetic computation led to the authoring (and co-authoring) of 20 peer-reviewed publications and four patents. After his Ph.D, Can worked two years as a senior application engineer for Swiss med-tech company, Schmid and Partner Engineering (SPEAG), where he focused on application development for a commercial computational electromagnetic software platform for MRI and medical device safety applications.
Aaron holds a BS in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University and received his MD from Washington University School of Medicine in Saint Louis. He completed residency in Diagnostic Radiology and Fellowship training in Body MRI at the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology at Washington University. When not reading CTs or powering innovation in healthcare and research, Aaron can be found spending time with his wife and two young boys, running or cycling, or watching either the Stanford Cardinal or Saint Louis Cardinals.