Tony has over 30 years of experience in technology development, with thirteen years as a key member of the Rogers Research Group and currently director of the Center for Bio-Integrated Electronics at Northwestern University. He is co-inventor on numerous patents and co-founder of NeuroLux and Wearifi.
CEO and Co-Founder
John is a world-renowned material scientist and engineer whose career has spanned from MIT to Harvard, Bell Labs, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and now Northwestern University. He is the first Director of the Center for Bio-Integrated Electronics, which was elevated to the Institute of Bioelectronics in 2019 through an additional contribution to the endowment by Kimberly Querrey and Louis Simpson, trustees at Northwestern University.
Rob’s lab at Washington University in St. Louis utilizes a combination of behavioral studies, patch clamp electrophysiology, optogenetics, molecular and genetic approaches to understand the circuits, cells, and signaling pathways involved in nervous system plasticity that underlies the development of chronic pain.
Michael is a professor at the University of Washington, following many years of leading a cutting-edge lab at Washington University in St. Louis. His lab focuses on understanding how brain circuits are wired, how they communicate with one another, and in dissecting the neural basis of stress, emotion and reward.
Rooz has published over 100 academic papers and is inventor on over 50 patents issued. He joined the Center for Bio-Integrated Electronics (QSIB) at Northwestern University in May 2017 where he is the Director of Translational Research and Research Associate Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Rooz is co-founder and CEO of Epicore Biosystems, a QSIB spin-out commercializing wearable microfluidics technology.
Chief Technology Officer
Cameron joined the NeuroLux team as Chief Research Officer in 2021 to expand research and product development of new implantable device technology. Prior to NeuroLux, he was a Senior Research Scientist with the United States Army running a research program focused on sleep and motor neurocircuitry. He is leading an effort to integrate physiological recording capabilities into our product pipeline and advises our customers on best surgical practices.
Chief Research Officer
Dan joined NeuroLux as Director of Operations in 2022 after starting his career as an accountant. Dan also oversees sales and communicates with new labs and universities on a day-to-day basis.
Director of Operations
Yaner joined our team as an Electrical Engineer in 2021 after gaining experience as a software testing engineer specializing in portable smart devices. He has also used his engineering expertise to design electrical and computer engineering-based projects for students of different age ranges. At NeuroLux, Yaner oversees device fabrication and design as well as research of numerous upcoming devices.
Rachael graduated from Indiana University with a B.S. in Neuroscience and a B.A. in Spanish. She currently works as the Implantation Device Specialist at NeuroLux. She works on the animal research side to test the development of our devices.
Implantation Device Specialist
Hannah graduation from Arizona State University with her B.S. in Biochemistry. She currently is in charge of inventory, shipping, and purchasing for NeuroLux. She also manages the social media accounts, maintains the website, and organizes conferences such as SFN.
Project and Operations Coordinator
Ian received his Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University in 2020. After graduation, he began working as a research assistant at UIC where he performed research on in vitro models of traumatic brain injury. In joining NeuroLux, he has redesigned and is writing new software that allows data acquisition from our wireless EEG devices. He leads the development of software integration, building efficient systems for device operation acquisition, processing, and visualizing data.
Joku began his education at Washington University in St. Louis where he majored in Chemical Engineering. In 2022, Joku completed his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Arizona. His research involved leading the development of hardware and software for wireless, battery-free implantable systems for rodents. At NeuroLux, Joku develops device communication schemes and embedded software to enable multimodal stimulation.
Biomechanics Research Scientist
Research Engineer Intern
Keith graduated from Northwestern University with a bachelors degree in neuroscience. He has a research background in analytical chemistry and implantable bioelectronic systems. He is a research contractor at Neurolux and a clinical research coordinator at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. He has an interest in wireless, wearable physiological patient monitors.