Daniel Kraft M.D.

Founder of IntelliMedicine, Daniel conceived of the personalized, printed IntelliMed and is inventor of the IntelliMedicine technology.. He is a Stanford and Harvard trained physician. He serves as faculty chair for Medicine at Singularity University, and is founder and chair of Exponential Medicine, a program that explores the cutting edge of technology and the potentials to reshape health and medicine. Daniel trained both internal medicine and pediatrics at the Massachusetts General Hospital with further specialization in hematology/oncology and has deep clinical and biomedical research and innovation experience. As a fellow at Stanford Daniel was enrolled in the inaugural year of Biodesign Program, and developed expertise in medical device development. He is always looking to identify unmet needs in healthcare and address them through the convergence of technology and alignment with patients, clinicians and healthcare systems.


Arjun Krishnan

Arjun comes with a broad range of experiences within the healthcare sector, most recently at BTG plc where he ran Business Development for BTG’s drug-device franchise. Arjun played a critical role in building out BTG’s presence in the space, leading, completing and integrating several acquisitions with a collective transaction value of $1 billion. Subsequently, he took on operating/leadership roles within BTG’s global pulmonology business unit, which developed and commercialised therapies for the treatment of COPD. Arjun has also spent time with earlier stage businesses having worked with a healthcare services start-up focussed on the treatment of obesity, where he created the business plan and raised a round of financing. Arjun started his career on Wall Street with the Equities group at JPMorgan covering the Medical Devices, Suppliers and Diversified Pharmaceuticals sectors following which he was an investor in public and private companies in the healthcare space. Arjun enjoys building businesses and in particular, finding value and value creation avenues when complexity is at its highest.



Kristine Rogers, MBA

Multi-threat with deep background in business development across the technology spectrum including leading digital health, neuroscience, and health and wellness startups specializing in digital therapies.  Kristine has been leading business development efforts for startups and globals for over 10 years from being an individual contributor to leading large global teams.    She has worked for Google, Microsoft, Accenture and emerging technology startups and has executed complex strategic partnerships and alliances to drive large licensing revenue deals, build robust ecosystems and achieve global brand awareness.   She is a lifetime biohacker and quantified-selfer leveraging genetics and epigenetics.

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Robert Ford

Master Engineer, Robert can build anything. He specializes in highly integrated electrical, mechanical, software, firmware, and data analysis solutions. Robert has worked with start-ups to Fortune 500 companies including help Bio-Rad. He was co-founder of OQO and is a graduate of UC Berkeley. He is also an avid cyclist and has competed at the highest international levels.  See less