Dr. Roger Guillemin Artwork: "Blue Clouds Blue Hills" by Dr. Roger Guillemin; Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Member of the Board of Directors of Humetrix
ABOUT

Humetrix has pioneered the development of innovative consumer-centered mobile platforms over the past 10 years, which have been deployed around the world. Humetrix mobile applications are helping to transform healthcare by providing consumers with actionable heath information for enhanced patient safety, care coordination and cost control.

The company’s executive and management team, and members of its Board of Directors include a diverse team with deep healthcare, IT, mobile technology and entrepreneurial experience. They are committed to Humetrix’ mission to transform healthcare by empowering individuals with their own health data in the palms of their hands and making them informed participants to manage their health and healthcare.

Humetrix is a Women Business Enterprise (WBE), certified by the National Women Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC).

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LEADERSHIP TEAM

Bettina Experton, M.D., M.P.H.
President & CEO

bioDr. Experton has been leading Humetrix over the last 20 years on the HIT innovation path with the development of health risk appraisals, chronic care management software, and consumer-facing mobile device-based solutions which have been deployed worldwide. She is a physician trained in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and Public Health, a former State of California Public Health Officer, health policy adviser in the U.S., France and China, and is an Adjunct Professor of Medicine at UC San Diego School of Medicine. At Humetrix, Bettina has also conducted groundbreaking health services research on the frail elderly, outcome research and managed care. She has been an important advocate of consumer-mediated exchange and Blue Button from the start, both on the policy front and in her leading Humetrix in the design and development of patient-centric mobile solutions. Dr. Experton serves on the Consumer Technology Association Board of Industry Leaders and Health and Fitness Board.

Christopher R. Burrow, M.D.
EVP Analytics and CMO

bioDr. Burrow, the CMO of Humetrix is a physician-scientist and biotechnology executive/entrepreneur in the field of genomics and personalized medicine who has led the medical informatics and data analytics team at Humetrix throughout the development of the company’s portfolio of mobile health apps. Dr. Burrow is also the Data Protection Officer within the company and has been actively engaged in addressing privacy and mobile health app security requirements in the US and in Europe. Prior to joining Humetrix, Dr. Burrow trained in Internal Medicine, Nephrology and Molecular Biology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. As a faculty member first at Hopkins, and then at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine Dr. Burrow was an Attending Physician in Nephrology.

Marie-Laure de Varennes, LLB, LLM, CFA, SFAF
Director for Humetrix Europe

bioAfter her legal studies and Masters degree specializing in the legal aspects of international finance at the London School of Economics, Marie-Laure trained in M&A, at Morgan Grenfell Plc, London, UK. She then passed the CFA and SFAF and qualified to be an equity fund manager at Gartmore Investment Management Ltd, London, under the leadership of Lord Myners. She also worked as an equity research analyst for Natwest Securities-Deutsche Bank. She brings high-level management skills and a variety of experience to Humetrix, and has been part of the leadership team since 2013, when she helped set up Humetrix Europe Ltd, incorporated in London, and from which she oversees the deployment of Humetrix technology in Europe on both government and commercial sides.

David W. Kramer, M.B.A.
Senior Vice President of Finance

bioDave Kramer brings over 30 years of financial executive experience in high tech and life sciences to Humetrix. His full time Chief Financial Officer positions have included 11 years at Gen-Probe, Inc., a manufacturer and international marketer of human diagnostics products, which he helped grow from $5 million to $120 million in sales, from 1990 to 2001. Later, as CFO at two small biotechs in succession, he helped raise $38 million in venture capital for Anadys Pharmaceuticals and completed a reverse merger onto the NASDAQ for Somanta Pharmaceuticals. As an outsource CFO, Dave works closely with medical device and technology companies. Dave volunteers at San Diego’s CONNECT Springboard program, an incubator for start-ups, where he advises on business plans. He is a sponsor and former Board memer of Chairmen’s RoundTable, which provides pro bono mentoring for San Diego’s growing, privately held companies. He earned a BA with honors from Yale and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Randy Ullrich, M.B.A., B.S. Computer Science
SVP of Business Development

bioMr. Ullrich brings over 25 years of software, web-applications, and mobile-applications leadership to Humetrix, with deep experience in Lean Start-Ups and Agile Methodologies. Having worked in a variety of industries (including military, healthcare, financial services, and media & entertainment) at both early-stage and mature-stage companies – including two successful M&A exits – Mr. Ullrich brings high-level management skills and a variety of experience to Humetrix, and has been part of the leadership team over the last ten years that brought the award-winning Humetrix mobile health apps to market.

Rob Lyden, FACHE, MHA
VP for Business Operations

bioMr. Lyden brings over 35 years of executive management experience to the Humetrix leadership team with an extensive background in multi-hospital systems management, healthcare finance, managed care and IT systems management across the Commercial and Federal Health Care markets. Over the past 20 years, Rob has held senior management positions with market leading IT software and consulting companies such as Oracle, NCI, Optum and CGI. He has successfully managed and implemented a broad range of IT solutions to include health information systems (HIS), enterprise ERP solutions, data analytics/health informatics programs, and clinical/financial decision support systems. Mr. Lyden served over 28 Years in the U.S. Military on Active Duty and as a Reserve Officer in the Medical Service Corps (MSC) with both the Air Force Medical Service and Navy Medical Department. He holds a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Management from Virginia Commonwealth University – Medical College of Virginia and is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Stephen P. Mickelsen
Chief Application Architect

bioMr. Mickelsen comes to Humetrix with over 25+ years of complex IT system development and management experience, and has been for the last seven years the Chief Application Architect and lead developer of award-winning Humetrix mobile health apps. Prior to joining Humetrix, Steve dedicated his IT talent to the development of successful commercial mobile applications with Boojum Mobile, Inc. Prior to that, Steve was VP of IT and Product Development at College Loan Corporation where he developed and oversaw its IT system managing $19 billion of loans. Earlier at Axeus, Steve was VP of IT Services where he led the development of the Tango Business System using large scale Internet data centers to manage advanced technology credit card terminals and registers.

Art Friesz
Senior Software Architect

bioMr. Friesz has been serving as Senior Software Architect at Humetrix for the last 20 years. His background includes over 25 years’ experience in the engineering and software fields working in the defense and health information industries. While at General Dynamics he designed inflight propellant control systems for the Atlas and Centaur space boosters integrating sensors with software computer systems. Mr. Friesz also has extensive experience with field operations with the US Air Force at Vandenberg Air Force Base supporting over 28 satellites launches, analyzing data in real time and trouble shooting systems. At Lockheed Martin he served as the vehicle mission integration engineer for the Cassini interplanetary space probe working with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and NASA. While at Humetrix, Mr. Friesz has led the development of the Netissimo smart card applications, Humetrix USB-based software platform and is a member of the Humetrix mobile health apps development team.

Blake Schwendiman
Full Stack Architect

bioMr. Schwendiman brings more than 20 years of software development experience to Humetrix, ranging from client-server to mobile app development, with years of full-stack web development in between. As Humetrix Full Stack Mobile Architect, Blake brings a diverse set of development and software architecture skills to Humetrix, including expertise in native mobile application development and micro-services architecture. Prior to Humetrix, Mr. Schwendiman provided development and leadership skills at GoDaddy, Smead Manufacturing, Google and MDLIVE.

Adrien Elena, Ph.D
Program Manager Humetrix Europe

bioDr. Elena is a computer and data scientist with over 10 years of experience in managing Digital Health projects in Europe. In 2017, Adrien joined Humetrix Europe, a Humetrix wholly-owned subsidiary, to locally manage the deployment of Humetrix Europe Digital Health projects. After graduating with an engineering degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Sciences from the prestigious “Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Informatique et de Mathémathiques Appliquées of Grenoble”, Adrien obtained a Ph.D. in Theoretical Biology and Medical Modeling from Grenoble University (France). He then managed several important French and European projects for Grenoble University, the CNRS (France’s National Sciences Research Center) and the Institute Mines-Telecom (a French public institution dedicated to higher education, research and innovation in engineering and digital technology), focusing on the development of patient-centered Digital Health solutions and technologies to support aging in place and chronic disease management.

Christopher Hein, Ph.D.
Director of Software Solutions

bioDr. Hein is a scientist with over 25 years of professional data management skills, creating IT systems to comply with complex government data standards. He has extensive experience as a proposal manager, program manager, engineering manager and design engineer. His experience includes the development of an electronic data system for Federal reporting and quality control of analytical data at S-Cubed, a division of Maxwell Laboratories; Technical Information Systems Manager at SAIC, National Environmental Testing Laboratory in San Diego, Ogden and AMEC. At Humetrix, Chris is responsible for web services that provide rapid access to large datasets of medical reference information for use with the Humetrix family of mobile health apps. Hein has a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Bristol, England.

Richard Carter
Creative Director & Information Architect

bioMr. Carter provides the graphic arts direction of Humetrix with 25 years of experience in designing and directing multiple media, and has been a leading member of the Humetrix graphic design team. A U.S. Veteran, Richard comes from a diverse background of advertising, publishing services, television documentary and theater production with a focus on science and education. His experience also includes guest faculty teaching in Graphic Design, Multimedia and Information Architecture at Stanford University, University of California at San Diego, and San Diego State University. He has received numerous awards and acknowledgements for his participation in shaping the design industry.



BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Bettina Experton, M.D., M.P.H.
bioDr. Experton, founder and CEO is the Chairman of the Humetrix Board of Directors.

Roger Guillemin, M.D., Ph.D.
bioDr. Guillemin has been a member of the Humetrix Board of Directors since the company was founded by Dr. Experton in 2000. A native of Dijon, France, Dr. Guillemin graduated from the University of Lyon’s medical school, then pursued an interest in endocrinology at the University of Montreal’s Institute of Experimental Medicine and Surgery where he received his Ph.D. and subsequently accepted an assistant professorship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. In 1970, Dr. Guillemin joined the Salk Institute to head the newly established Laboratories for Neuroendocrinology, where he and his group discovered somatostatin, which regulates the activities of the pituitary gland and the pancreas and is used clinically to treat pituitary tumors. Dr. Guillemin was awarded the 1977 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine for his work with hypothalamic hormones. He is also a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and has received the Lasker Award in Basic Sciences and the National Medal of Science, among many others. He was selected for the Hall of Honor at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) for exceptional contributions to advancing knowledge and improving maternal and child health, and is listed as one of the most “highly cited” scientists from 1981–99 by the Institute for Scientific Information. In 2015, Dr. Guillemin was presented with France's highest accolade—the rank of Commander in the Legion of Honor.

Claire Guillemin, MBA
bioClaire has been a Member of the Board of Directors of Humetrix since 2011. She brings to Humetrix over two decades of business development experience in a range of technology-driven industries, including Information Technology, Pharmaceuticals, and Energy. An early pioneer in transitioning companies to data-centric, network-oriented business and marketing models, Claire created and built the Sales Division for Advanced Computing Group, a national database solutions company, where she led the division on a trajectory of sustained 40% per-annum revenue growth. Leveraging vendor relationships with leading technology providers including SUN, Oracle, and GE/Access Graphics, Claire negotiated contracts with clients in industries ranging from Healthcare to Industrial Products to Sports. Later, as Business Development Manager at Everse Corporation, Claire delivered strategic marketing and e-commerce development services to both Fortune 500 companies and nonprofit institutions including Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, the University of Southern California, and Edwards Theatres. A four-time recipient of the Channel Partner Award during her tenure as Account Executive at Verio Corporation, Claire negotiated bandwidth, co-location services, and database management capacity to large corporations along the West Coast, and developed innovative web-based branding solutions during the early phases of the e-commerce revolution. Prior to shifting her professional focus to the IT industry, Claire provided energy distribution solutions throughout southern California at Eastern Pacific Energy, and was a pharmaceutical-industry Market Analyst and forecaster at ICN Pharmaceuticals. Claire is a member of the National Association of Women Business Owners, the Association of Internet Professionals, and the Destination Services Association. She received her MBA from San Diego State University in 1993. Claire is also an active performance artist, violinist, and former ballerina with worldwide performance credits.

Robert J. Melton, M.D., M.P.H., FACPM
bioDr. Melton has been a member of the Humetrix Board of Directors since July 2010. He is a public health physician who has held leadership positions in federal, state and local health agencies. He began his career at the Centers For Disease Control, worked in several state health departments and served for twenty years as a local health officer and health agency director in a California county. He has been involved in projects as diverse as vital record system automation, heart disease prevention, tobacco control, reproductive health service access, Medicaid managed care systems and primary care system development. He served as president of the Health Officers Association of California, and as a member and Chair of the board of the Public Health Institute of Oakland, California. He received his undergraduate degree from Harvard College, his medical degree from the University of Washington and his public health degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. He currently works in the nonprofit education sector as a volunteer and board member at a school for children with learning disabilities.

Donna I. Regenstreif, Ph.D.
bioDonna Regenstreif, an anthropologist and gerontologist specializing in program planning and development with a focus on complex populations, joined the Humetrix Board of Directors in 2013. With her consulting firm, GeroConcepts, she has been providing consulting services to academic health centers, divisions/sections/departments of geriatrics, other health professions schools, private foundations, the Veterans Administration, and various private and public agencies and organizations engaged in clinical service and advocacy. Prior to GeroConcepts, she was Senior Program Officer at the John A. Hartford Foundation of New York City, where she developed and directed the Foundation's Aging and Health Program for nearly 20 years. Improving the nation’s capacity and effectiveness in dealing with the health needs of its growing senior population was the Foundation’s key area of interest during her tenure, involving total expenditures of some $.5 billion. Prior to her Foundation assignment, Dr. Regenstreif held positions in healthcare and higher education, including teaching undergraduate anthropology and social science, academic administration; development and management of hospital-based primary care medical practice and other ambulatory services; management of implementation and, as Executive Vice President of the Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation, R&D for an area-wide global budget hospital financing demonstration. She is a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America and the American Geriatrics Society and of the New York Academy of Medicine. She received the David Solomon Distinguished Public Service Award from the American Geriatrics Society in 2006 and awards of Distinction from the American Federation for Aging Research and the Gerontological Association of America. Dr. Regenstreif received her BA from McGill University and her MA and Ph.D. (Anthropology) from Cornell University.

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