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Experienced, Multidisciplinary Team of Clinicians and AI Scientists
Prior to founding CLEW, Mr. Salomon founded Sansa Security (formerly Discretix) and led the company as CEO from inception until August 2010. He then served as its active Chairman until the acquisition by ARM. During this time, he was a Venture Partner at Pitango Venture Capital. Prior to founding Discretix, Mr. Salomon served in multiple positions in DSP Communications (NYSE: DSP) and Intel. Mr. Salomon holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and an MBA.
Mr. Faians brings more than twenty years of experience in design management and system architecture for the networking, communications and consumer electronics markets. He served as CTO of WAN communications at Mindspeed Technologies and VP R&D at Techtium. Mr. Faians holds a B.Sc. in Physics, cum laude, from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and an Electrical Engineering degree from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.
Prof. Assaf Zeevi
Prof. Ze’evi is the Vice Dean for Research and the Henry Kravis Professor of Business at the Graduate School of Business, Columbia University. His research is broadly focused on the formulation and analysis of mathematical models of complex systems. Ze’evi received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. (1997) Cum Laude from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, and subsequently his Ph.D. (2001) from Stanford University. In 2001, he joined the faculty of the Business School at Columbia University.
Mr. Rotem Gal-Oz has more than 25 years of experience managing, architecting and developing large scale, mission critical, distributed systems. Mr. Rotem Gal-Oz designed and built the Big Data analytics platforms for several companies including AppsFlyer, Amdocs and Nice. Before joining CLEW, he served as CTO at Recongate, a startup building cyber intelligence solutions. Arnon is the author of SOA Patterns (published by Manning Publications) and has written articles for various online and printed journals such as InfoQ, Dr. Dobb’s and MSDN. Arnon holds an M.Sc. in Information technology from Clark University.
Dr. Uri Keler
Responsible for CLEW Medical’s clinical strategy, Dr. Keler’s roles include: clinical goals and guidance for the analytics team, managing all phases of clinical trials and the preparation of research manuscripts for local and international conferences. Prior to attaining his medical degree, Dr. Keler was a Marketing Director at BVR systems, a position he held for 6 years. Dr. Keler is a graduate of Israel Naval Academy and served as a submarine XO. Dr. Keler received his MD from the Tel Aviv University, followed by a surgical residency at Sheba Medical Center in Israel.
Ms. Rosenwax joined CLEW in 2016, with more than 20 years of human resource management experience. She served as VP Human Resources for Webpals, a position she held since 2012. She has worked as an independent HR consultant in the tech sector, Director of HR at Discretix, HR Manager of PacketLight and a HR specialist at Telrad Networks. Osnat holds a B.A in Sociology and Educational Counseling from Tel Aviv University, and Associates Degrees in Organizational Consulting and Mediation.
Mr. Itzhakov brings extensive sales experience and a broad technical background to CLEW’s team. He served as Sales Manager for iMDsoft, a global leader in hospital-wide, high-end clinical information system and EHRs for critical, perioperative and acute care. Mr. Itzhakov holds a B.A. in Biology from Tel Aviv University and is a graduate of the Israeli Defense Forces Computer Academy.
Dr. Itai Pessach
Dr. Pessach is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Tel-Aviv University and a Deputy Director at Safra Children’s Hospital, Sheba Medical Center. He is certified in allergy immunology and in pediatric critical care. He has a broad background in basic and clinical research and has published extensively in the fields of pediatric immunology and critical care. Dr. Pessach holds MD and PhD degrees from the Ben-Gurion University and has trained both at Sheba Medical Center and at Children’s Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School.
James M. Blum, MD
Dr. Blum is an NIH funded investigator and recognized expert in perioperative ARDS. He received national awards from the IARS and SOCCA. He served on several committees at SCCM, USCIITG, and has been an invited lecturer at multiple institutions, USCIITG, SCCM, IARS, and ASA. He is an active reviewer for multiple journals in both anesthesiology and critical care medicine. Blum is recognized as a national leader in critical care. His research focuses on perioperative lung injury and large datasets for outcomes research and waveform analysis.
Daniel Talmor, MD
Prof. Talmor is Professor of Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School and Chairman for Critical Care Medicine in the Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. His fields of research include intensive care outcomes and echocardiography in the ICU. He also brings an interest in the application of data and analytics to the improvement of patient outcomes. Dr. Talmor is a graduate of Ben-Gurion University Medical School and has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally on topics relating to anesthesia and critical care.
David Bates, MD
Prof. Bates is Senior Vice President for Quality and Safety and Chief Quality Officer for both the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Brigham and Women’s Physicians Organization. He is a practicing general internist who maintains positions at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health, where he co-directs the Program in Clinical Effectiveness. Prof. Bates is a graduate of Stanford University and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Eran Segal, MD
Dr. Segal is the Director for the department of Anesthesia, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine at Assuta Medical Centers in Israel. Prior to joining Assuta, Dr. Segal was the Director of Critical Care at Sheba Medical Center in Israel.
Idit Matot, MD
Prof. Matot is the Chairwoman of the Division of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine at Tel Aviv Medical Center in Israel. She received her M.D from the Hebrew University School of Medicine, Jerusalem and was a senior anesthesiologist for 14 years at Hadassah Medical Center. Her research focus is perioperative outcome (clinical) and liver perfusion and regeneration (experimental).
Michael F. O’Connor, MD
Prof. O’Connor is the Director of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Chicago Medical Center. As an anesthesiologist and intensivist, Dr. O’Connor spent much of the past 23 years working in intensive care units, including the Burn ICU, Surgical ICU, Medical ICU, and Cardiothoracic ICU. His wide range of clinical interests includes improving the performance of alarms in the ICU and predicting decompensation in ward patients. As a leader of the initiative to create ACLS guidelines for the perioperative setting, Dr. O’Connor has authored guidelines as well as multiple books and chapters on various aspects of Critical Care.
Ronald Pearl, MD
Prof. Pearl is an anesthesiologist in Palo Alto, California and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including the Lucile Salter Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford and Stanford Hospital and Clinics. Dr. Pearl received his medical degree from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine and has been in practice for 38 years.