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Michael Frenkel, PhD
President & CEO
Held senior scientific and management positions in geophysical companies in Houston (Texas), developed pioneering fast 3D imaging methods for hydrocarbon and mineral exploration. He has led the 2011-2014 iTomography clinical study at the MHHS‑TMC; manages the ongoing project with NIH. Michael holds a PhD in Physics and Mathematics from the Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation (The Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 1984).
Alexander Katsevich, PhD
Chief Technology Officer
Professor of mathematics at the University of Central Florida. Alexander made a revolutionary breakthrough in CT imaging by developing the first fast and exact 3D image reconstruction algorithm (“Katsevich Algorithm”). Advances inspired by this result are utilized in many 3D scanners deployed today by OEMs. He has extensive experience of collaboration with major manufacturers. Alexander holds a PhD in Mathematics from the Kansas State University (1994).
Igor Frenkel, JD
VP of Business Development & Operations
Experienced manager and attorney. He has played the leading role in iTomography's fundraising, business development, finance, marketing, legal, and HR since its founding. Previously the GC of an energy consulting firm, participating in company’s growth since its founding through its acquisition by a Private Equity fund. Igor started his career at Texas Instruments. Igor holds a BA in Economics from Rice University (2001) and a Juris Doctor from The University of Texas School of Law (2007).
Dr. Alan Cohen
Co-Chief Medical Officer
Professor of Radiology at UTHealth, the Medical Director of Radiology at Memorial Hermann Hospital and Section Chief of Vascular Interventional Radiology. Alan has closely collaborated with iTomography since 2011 as an advisor and Principal Investigator on iTomography’s clinical studies at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston.
Dr. Michael Bungo
Co-Chief Medical Officer
Professor of Medicine and Professor of Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging at UTHealth and member of Memorial Hermann Hospital medical staff. He previously served as the Director of the Space Biomedical Research Institute and Chief Scientist of the Medical Sciences Division at NASA. Dr. Bungo has closely collaborated with iTomography since 2011 as an advisor and Investigator on iTomography’s clinical studies at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston. In partnership, Dr. Bungo and Dr. Cohen developed the MHHS Heart and Vascular Institute’s Cardiac CT program in the Texas Medical Center.
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