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Get To Know Our Senior Fellows

Dr. Jeremy Sosabowski

Stock Market Prediction

Dr Jeremy Sosabowski is Co-founder and Executive Director of AlgoDynamix, an AI risk analytics company providing hours or days advance warning of major directional market movements. Their products are used by investment banks and asset managers, including CTAs, hedge funds, family offices and other managed funds. Jeremy has over a decade of business and technology commercialisation experience.

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Dr. Adrian Cable

British-American entrepreneur, technology innovator, product user experience zealot, and specialist in optical science, the electronic displays industry, digital collaboration technologies, and the smart home. Inventor on 90+ patent applications with an academic and professional track record in Europe and the United States.Expert in the application of AI, computer vision and image processing algorithm design to create novel solutions to real-world problems that 'just work'.Creator of a groundbreaking video projection technology, Holographic Laser Projection, and founder of Light Blue Optics (LBO) in 2005, I raised over $70M to develop and commercialise this display technology, which was acquired by Daqri Inc. Then, again as a founder, I developed a unique laser-based large screen touch technology platform that powered industry-leading collaboration solutions for workplaces and schools (acquired by Promethean Ltd). I then founded Kaptivo to develop content-focused enterprise collaboration tools, acquired in 2020 by Lifesize Inc., where I led R&D for collaboration technologies until June 2021.

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Laura Schwab-Reese

is an Associate Professor of Public Health at Purdue University. She is an internationally recognized expert for work focusing on how individuals experiencing violence utilize technology to access resources and support. Recently, she was awarded a K01 career award from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) to further her expertise in artificial intelligence, computational social science, and bioethics.Dr. Schwab-Reese is a strong advocate of participatory action research, collaborating closely with communities on projects aimed at promoting mental health and preventing overdoses. Her commitment to involving community members in research ensures that her work is both impactful and relevant to those it aims to serve.

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Yasaman is CTO and Co-founder of Agemica, which is developing a vaccine for aging. She is a PhD graduate of the University of Cambridge in AI for Drug Discovery with 10 years of experience. Her background is in Software Engineering and has a degree in Machine learning

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Niki Santo

Harvard University, Cambridge University

CEO, Swaza


Niki is the CEO and co-founder of Swaza, nanotechnology oxygen therapeutics company whose first product is a breathing aid designed to treat low blood oxygen in emergencies. Trained at Harvard, MIT, and Cambridge, her career spans over 20 years in executive leadership across academia, business, and deep tech. She serves on the boards of Resource Global and the Harvard Club of Silicon Valley and is a mentor-advisor to emerging entrepreneurs.

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Praveena Dhanalakota

Founder and CEO ​​With over a decade of experience in the AI space, Praveena has built the first chatbots for Wells Fargo and contributed to autonomous driving in collaboration with Nvidia and Daimler.

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Berke Buyukkucak

Berke is an engineer, poet, cook, and founder who's up for a challenge. He's the CEO and co-founder of, a scientist's swiss army knife for biomedical AI. He has a BSc and MSc in biomedical engineering from Brown where he co-invented a embolic protection device and hosted monthly dinner clubs, which he tells us was great for his grades. Berke is based in Oakland, CA. 

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Ossian Broman

I was part of 3rd and 4th R42 Cohort on the stock market prediction project where I learned a lot and had a great time. I work for UBS in Zurich, Switzerland on the implementation of GenAi for our corporate communications initiatives and want to learn more about the depth and width of AI and how it overlap with ethical concerns and results.MSc in Applied Statistics and Datamining - University of St Andrews MA (Hons) in Business Management & Psychology - University of Glasgow

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Linda Oleson

Linda Oleson is a versatile professional with a rich background that spans med-tech innovation, regulatory affairs, and film production. After a successful career in Silicon Valley's startup medical technology sector - where she excelled in regulatory affairs, product development, and physician engagement - Linda explored personal enrichment through acting, modeling, and producing feature films. Her dynamic career path is complemented by her role at Stanford Medical School and her involvement in AI development, inspired by her connection with Stanford professor and entrepreneur, Ronjon Nag. Linda brings a wealth of experience, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a deep commitment to fostering innovation in AI and healthcare, making her an invaluable mentor for the AI Female Aging Fellowship team with the R42 group.Chat with my avatar!

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Kristin Smith

Kristin Smith is an accomplished attorney based in Washington, D.C., with a robust background in intellectual property and legal counsel. Currently serving as an Of Counsel at Sheridan Ross P.C., Kristin's legal background includes past experience as a General Counsel at a Stanford-based company. She brings a wealth of experience from her tenure at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati and other notable firms. Kristin holds a JD and MBA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a BS in Chemical Engineering from MIT. She has also studied Chemical Engineering and the History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge University, and has completed a Senior Executive Fellowship at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. In her spare time, Kristin volunteers at the MIT Equal Pay Working Group where she recently led a 50-state project to develop resources that promote pay equity. These resources can be found at

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