Julia received her doctorate at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota, in medical science and medical imaging. After completing the doctorate, Julia did fellowships in neurology and medical informatics, also at Mayo Clinic, and served as an assistant professor and an affiliate faculty member at University of Hawaii at Manoa. She received her undergraduate degree at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada, in Applied Science (computer engineering), with an emphasis on computers and medicine. AIA’s Change Detector medical image analysis service is based on Julia’s research at Mayo Clinic and University of Hawaii. Julia is interested in artificial intelligence, and image and signal processing algorithms, and their application to radiology.
Matt's work with artificial intelligence and radiology started in 1989 at the University of Illinois National Center for Supercomputing Applications. He developed Cray-2 supercomputer applications and patient databases for neuroradiology. Matt founded BlinkRadiology® in 2006 which received 510(k) clearance and licensed software for breast MRI. AIA's Change Detector application is based on some of these original concepts. Matt has been the principal investigator for 26 clinical trials and have participated on other roles in 10 other studies. Matt is board certified through the American Board of Radiology in Diagnostic Radiology and Neuroradiology. He holds active medical licenses in Illinois, New York and Massachusetts.
Douglas is an entrepreneur who in 2009 sold his cloud computing startup to BlackBerry. He then worked as an architect and technology leader in BlackBerry's cloud computing group. Douglas has worked at a number of technology startups and large companies in the fields of telecommunications, cloud computing, and mobile. Douglas received his undergraduate degree at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada, in Applied Science (computer engineering). Douglas's interests include the application of cloud computing to medicine, mobile computing, and user experience design.