Our mission
A world without stroke.
Stroke is the second leading cause of death in the world.
It is also the first cause of preventable disability. Despite this, its treatment planning mostly relies on tracking conventional risk factors.
Empowering clinicians to see the unseen.
See-Mode is ushering in a new world to empower clincians to see the unseeable. Harnessing the combined power of artificial intelligence and fluid dynamics, we are building tools to enable doctors to obtain critical stroke risk factors that are currently inaccessible in clinical practice. We help clinicans save time, objectively interpret ultrasound images, and assess blood flow patterns in patients based on a routine ultrasound, CT or MRI. Doctors can detect vulnerable plaques, setting the precedence for creating better stroke screening and treatment planning.
We are working towards a world without stroke.
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Meet the team tackling stroke one medical image at a time.
Sadaf Monajemi
Co-Founder and Director
Milad Mohammadzadeh
Co-Founder and Director
Robin Lange
Computer Vision Engineer
Sethu Raman Boopathy
Fluid Dynamics Engineer
Daniel Bell
Software Engineer
Oliver Howden
Technical Lead
Jing Qin
Software Engineer
Melih Engin
Deep Learning Engineer
Andras Nemes
R&D Strategist
Monique Alvis
Product Designer
Alex Lunnon
Product Manager
Fiona Campbell
Regulatory Affairs Manager
Akansha Gupta
Software Engineer
Ian Schroen
Clinical Specialist, Ultrasound
Soren Christensen
Medical Imaging Specialist
Scott Wilson
Sales Executive
Our renowned clinical collaborators
Prof. Bruce Campbell
Neurologist and Head of Stroke at Royal Melbourne Hospital
Prof. Vincent Thijs
Neurologist and Head of Stroke at Austin Health, Co-Head of Stroke at Florey
Prof. Leonard Yeo
Interventional Neurologist  at National University Hospital, Singapore
Dr. Amine Korchi
Neuroradiologist, Réseau Radiologique Romand SA, Switzerland
Prof. Ruth Lim
Radiologist at Austin Health, Professor at University of Melbourne
Backed by leading investors