Erik Douglas is a scientist and hardware hacker turned entrepreneur. As co-founder and CEO of CellScope he is bringing diagnostic imaging to the mobile platform, taking advanced tools beyond the clinic to enable high quality care from anywhere.
He earned a PhD in bioengineering at Berkeley and UCSF, where he created lab-on-a-chip tools for personalized medicine and developed mobile imaging technology as a postdoctoral scholar.
Erik has also held research positions at Stanford and Johns Hopkins, earned a BS in electrical engineering from Purdue, and served as a policy fellow at the National Academy of Sciences.
Founder and CEO
BS, Electrical Engineering2002
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