Tao Yang
B.S., Material Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota, 2014
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering, Syracuse University, 2016

Tao began his training in Material Science Engineering at University of Minnesota and completed with a Master degree in Biomedical engineering. He is a highly business-minded technologist with medical device and engineering background. His strong interpersonal and leadership skills are reflected in a track record of success in academic teaching, medical insurance sales and business development. Back in China, he led the sales team of Qingdao Kangjuncheng Commercial and Trade Co., LTD to develop market research for the need of consumable medical devices in local hospitals. His B2B experience from local medical device industries to local hospitals in China provided him with global perspective and unique insight into health care industry. Working with customers and physicians, Tao solved industry inquiry and organized vocational training for physicians on using the new devices. He is one of the inventors of ISEE Tonometer technology.

Zan Li
B.S. Biomedical engineering, Szechuan University, 2014
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering, Syracuse University, 2016

Zan started his training in Biomedical engineering at Szechuan University in China and has a broad background in leading edge medical device, biotechnology product design. Creatively integrating technologies from diverse fields and transforming these elements into product solutions is his specialty. He designed and synthesized new Calcium-magnesium-silicon composite ceramic as orthopedic implant at Szechuan University. His skill in R&D lead to his success in helping start-up tech company in the past. He helped Tianhui Biotech Co., LTD. to develop a prototype for a home-use non invasive health detector. His experience mainly involved in data processing program development and verification, prototype validation, and infrared detector design. Owing to his expertise in R&D, he later became a core research & development team member at ISEE Loyal Tech, Inc, and he was the major contributor to the provisional patent development.

Feida Chen
B.S Chemical Engineering, University of Minnesota, 2014
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering, Syracuse University, 2016

Feida has more than 5 years of scientific research experience. He spent 3 years in college as a research assistance for Dr. Christopher Macosko, member of National Academy of Science. His outstanding skills granted him a full time position as a junior scientist at the University of Minnesota. He lead a project directed by NSF involving new generation block co-polymer processing design and worked with scientists from top institutions across the United States. During his training at Syracuse University, he performed independent research study on complications associated with medical device at Syracuse Biomaterial Institute, and meanwhile actively engaged in workshops and conferences in health care industry such as Medtech Conference and 1st Annual Commercializing Bioscience Innovation Conference. He was awarded certificate of recognition for the completion of Syracuse Entrepreneurship Boot Camp program and dedication to the pursuit of venture development.

Shiju Gu
B.S. Bioengineering, Tsinghua University, 2014
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering, Syracuse University, 2015

Shiju spent 4 years of intensive training in the biomedical engineering department at Tsinghua University, which ranks No. 1 among all the prestigious universities in China. He has years of experience in sensor and electric circuit design in medical device and he also developed new algorithm for medical imaging device during his internship at Bo’ao Biotech Company. He undertook several research projects in bio-sensor and biochip development with Dr. Wanli Xing during his study at Tsinghua before coming to Syracuse University. He involved in the early stage prototype development and experiment design with other ISEE’s engineers and he is also one of the patent owner of ISEE’s technology.