Our team


Prahlad G. Menon
Founder & CEO.

M.S (Mechanical Engineering); PhD (Biomedical Engineering), Carnegie Mellon University. Primary inventor of all technologies licensed to QuantMD (via Carnegie Mellon University and/or University of Pittsburgh). Also the primary developer of new technology platforms, driver of research publications, animal and human trials, and initiator of all new-client interactions. Prahlad also presently services image processing requirements for all current QuantMD clientele, across international time-zones.

Ganesh Mani
Business Adviser.

MBA; PhD (Artificial Intelligence): Adjunct faculty of Carnegie Mellon, President of The Global Innovation Center; Charter member of The Indus Entrepreneurs; Contributed to several informatics projects in the healthcare field.

David Schwartzman
Clinical Adviser, early adopter and co-inventor for QuantMD image-fusion surgical guidance technologies.

MD (Cardiologist,Electrophysiologist): Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Cardiac re-synchronization therapy pioneer and image-guided interventions expert.

Stephen Tully
Senior Software Engineer.

PhD, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University. Involved in software engineering and robotics for enhanced translation of medical imaging into the operative space for guiding minimally invasive procedures. Responsible for development and maintenance of QuantMD in-house surgical navigation technology.

Richard Weeks
Senior Software Engineer

Responsible for maintenance of QuantMD's source code base and engineering customer-specific releases of QuantMD Surgery Explorer and Omega FluoroView software suites..

Daniel Ludwig
Lead Product Engineer.

ScB, Biomedical Engineering; Medical student at University of Pittsburgh: Involved in supporting integration of QuantMD's image-fusion guided interventional cardiology technologies with existing surgical navigation platforms provided by St Jude Medical and Biosense Webster.


Mark Doyle
Co-inventor of core IP and currently involved in activities relating to product development, clinical trials, insurance reimbursement strategies. 

Ph.D; Magnetic Resonance Imaging Physicist, Division of Cardiology, Allegheny General Hospital. Dr.Doyle is the mind behind the invention of the MRI and what we know today as echo-planar imaging through his PhD and post-doctoral work with Dr.Peter Mansfield, Nobel Laureate for inventions relating to the MRI.

Robert W.W. Biederman
Primary clinical collaborator for analysis & review of novel clinical research on cardiovascular disease diagnostics and establishing clinical use of research concepts.

MD, FACC, FAHA, FSGC, FASA: Allegheny General Hospital; Associate Professor of Medicine, Drexel University, College of Medicine; Director, Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Gerald McGinnis Cardiovascular Institute


Priti G Albal
Biomedical engineering intern: hemodynamics modeling and medical device development.

MS, Biomedical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University. PhD student in Electrical & Computer Engineering with The MeDCaVE, Sun Yat-sen University - Carnegie Mellon University Joint Institute of Engineering

Abhiram S Rao
Biomedical research intern: image-based morphological and functional characterization of complex patient-specific vasculature to inform surgical decisions.

BS student, Mechanical & Biomedical Engineering, SUNY Buffalo

Abhinav Mehra
Clinical Research Intern. Cardiac MRI based quantification of left ventricular mechanics for establishing a function-based paradigm for classification of patients with heart failure.

BS Student, Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Delvis Taveras
Interactive surgical planning software development intern.

BS Student, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University.

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