Jared Rosenblum, MD founded NeuroSimplicity in 2016. Following completion of his combined BS/MD degree at Monmouth University and Drexel University College of Medicine, he spent a year as a neurosurgery cerebrovascular research fellow at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard University. He then returned to National Institutes of Health, where he had been a summer research intern researching neurodegenerative diseases, as a post-doctoral research fellow in the Neuro-oncology and Surgical Neurology branches. Jared brings a wealth of translational experience and medical knowledge to the table, as evidenced by his publications in Nature Methods, Nature Communications, JCI Insight, and other top journals.
Vikram Chandrashekhar is joining NeuroSimplicity in 2021 after completing his PhD in Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. During his PhD, he developed and built automated analysis pipelines for big data. He has collaborated with scientists at Stanford and the National Institutes of Health, working with advanced imaging techniques and platforms, such as light-sheet microscopy and diffusion tensor imaging. Vikram brings his expertise to product development for NeuroSimplicity’s platform.
Vibhu Chandrashekhar, MS
Vibhu Chandrashekhar joined NeuroSimplicity in 2018 after completing his MS in Bioinformatics at San Diego State University. He has collaborated with scientists at the National Institutes of Health, helping identify newly characterized neurovascular anatomy using his own custom biostatistical pipelines. Vibhu continues to build the analytic processes and tools that power NeuroSimplicity’s platform.