Dorion Liston Dorion has worked on basic and applied oculomotor research and development projects since 2000.  After earning his Ph.D. (UCSD, 2005) working on basic oculomotor mechanisms (Liston and Krauzlis, 2003; Liston and Krauzlis, 2005) at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, he worked on various basic (Liston and Stone, 2008; Liston and Stone, 2013) and applied topics (Ellis and Liston, 2009; Ellis and Liston, 2016; Liston, Adelstein, Stone, 2014) in oculometrics and behavior as a contractor at NASA Ames Research Center, where he developed a prototype device for medical screening using oculometrics (Liston et al., 2016), and sensitivity of oculomotor screening in medical applications (Liston and Stone, 2014; Stone and Liston, 2014; Perrone and Liston, 2015; Liston, Wong, and Stone, 2016).  

Dorion Liston

Dorion has worked on basic and applied oculomotor research and development projects since 2000.  After earning his Ph.D. (UCSD, 2005) working on basic oculomotor mechanisms (Liston and Krauzlis, 2003; Liston and Krauzlis, 2005) at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, he worked on various basic (Liston and Stone, 2008; Liston and Stone, 2013) and applied topics (Ellis and Liston, 2009; Ellis and Liston, 2016; Liston, Adelstein, Stone, 2014) in oculometrics and behavior as a contractor at NASA Ames Research Center, where he developed a prototype device for medical screening using oculometrics (Liston et al., 2016), and sensitivity of oculomotor screening in medical applications (Liston and Stone, 2014; Stone and Liston, 2014; Perrone and Liston, 2015; Liston, Wong, and Stone, 2016).  

Stephanos Papademetriou Stephanos has been working in senior technical and business positions for medical device and biotechnology companies in Silicon Valley since 1994.  He has founded four startups, and has successfully managed two of them (Indigo Medical and Selva Medical) to acquisition by larger partners.  He has supervised four major product lines from their early R&D phases through 510k and/or PMA trials.  In late 2006 Dr. Papademetriou formed Oramic LLC, a Silicon Valley technology incubator focusing on Medical and Biomedical applications.  Several more startups at different state of development have been formed and funded through Oramic LLC in the fields of medical devices, nanotechnology, and biotechnology.  His recent role with the incubator (since Q1 2015) focused on the development of an imaging center of excellence based on imaging and illumination technologies developed by the incubator for medical and industrial applications.  

Stephanos Papademetriou

Stephanos has been working in senior technical and business positions for medical device and biotechnology companies in Silicon Valley since 1994.  He has founded four startups, and has successfully managed two of them (Indigo Medical and Selva Medical) to acquisition by larger partners.  He has supervised four major product lines from their early R&D phases through 510k and/or PMA trials.  In late 2006 Dr. Papademetriou formed Oramic LLC, a Silicon Valley technology incubator focusing on Medical and Biomedical applications.  Several more startups at different state of development have been formed and funded through Oramic LLC in the fields of medical devices, nanotechnology, and biotechnology.  His recent role with the incubator (since Q1 2015) focused on the development of an imaging center of excellence based on imaging and illumination technologies developed by the incubator for medical and industrial applications.  

Rami Ersheid Rami has worked as a software engineer and researcher supporting visuomotor projects at NASA Ames for more than a decade, developing computing infrastructure, integrating eye-tracking devices and visual hardware, and providing IT support for numerous NASA projects.  In 2007, Rami founded the IT support company Hyperlink Inc. and is responsible for development of the PC and camera hardware for neuroFit.   

Rami Ersheid

Rami has worked as a software engineer and researcher supporting visuomotor projects at NASA Ames for more than a decade, developing computing infrastructure, integrating eye-tracking devices and visual hardware, and providing IT support for numerous NASA projects.  In 2007, Rami founded the IT support company Hyperlink Inc. and is responsible for development of the PC and camera hardware for neuroFit.   

 
 
Ali Ismael Ali has worked as a systems architect to design, develop, and deploy software architecture for enterprise services, working as a consultant for Cisco, eBay, PayPal, and Wind River.  Dr. Ismael has designing neuroFit’s back-end system, including: security, user accounts, payment processing, and interaction. 

Ali Ismael

Ali has worked as a systems architect to design, develop, and deploy software architecture for enterprise services, working as a consultant for Cisco, eBay, PayPal, and Wind River.  Dr. Ismael has designing neuroFit’s back-end system, including: security, user accounts, payment processing, and interaction. 

Dmitriy Orlov Dmitriy has developed an industrial design firm to conceptualize and realize products, and provide business structure for successful branding, marketing, and production of those products. He has worked in product development since 2008 in disciplines related to industrial and motorsport engineering. Dmitriy is responsible for the design and development of neuroFit’s current hardware and the marketing plan for neuroFit’s mass-market hardware.

Dmitriy Orlov

Dmitriy has developed an industrial design firm to conceptualize and realize products, and provide business structure for successful branding, marketing, and production of those products. He has worked in product development since 2008 in disciplines related to industrial and motorsport engineering. Dmitriy is responsible for the design and development of neuroFit’s current hardware and the marketing plan for neuroFit’s mass-market hardware.