Reify Corporation
 machine visual screening for drug discovery and development
 

Wilson S. Colucci, M.D. is the Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine and Co-Director of the Cardiovascular Center at Boston University Medical Center, and Professor of Medicine and Physiology at Boston University School of Medicine. He is an author of over 130 original publications, numerous reviews and book chapters, and is the editor or co-editor of 4 books on heart failure. Work in his lab focuses on the mechanisms of congestive heart failure. He is extensively involved in clinical trials of new congestive heart failure drugs.

R. John Solaro, Ph.D. is a Distinguished University Professor and Head of the Physiology and Biophysics Department at University of Illinois at Chicago. He is an author of over 210 original publications, reviews and book chapters on muscle contraction and cardiovascular function. Professor Solaro is one of the world's leading experts on calcium sensitizers and has served as a consultant to many pharmaceutical companies that have worked on this class of drugs.

Paul T. Matsudaira, Ph.D. is a Member of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research and a Professor of Biology and Biologic Engineering at MIT. Using advanced imaging technology to study cells in three dimensions and real time, he has pioneered research at the interface of biology and engineering for the study of cellular movement. Dr. Matsudaira is the director of the WI/MIT BioImaging Center, which he founded in 2002.

Pamela A. Silver, Ph.D. is a Professor of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Harvard Graduate Program in Systems Biology. She has made significant contributions to the use of fluorescent reporters in imaging of live cells, movement of proteins and RNAs in and out of the nucleus, nuclear structure, systems biology, and synthetic biology.

Berthold K. P. Horn, Ph.D. is a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at MIT and the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. He is an internationally known scholar focusing on Machine Vision, Photogrammetry and Computational Imaging, including Diaphanography, Synthetic Aperture Microscopy, Coded Apertures and Cone Beam CT. He is the author of numerous papers and patents and the standard reference texts Lisp 3rd Edition (with Patrick Winston), Shape from Shading (with Michael Brooks), and Robot Vision.

Robert C. Berwick, Ph.D. is the Vinton Hayes Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Computational Linguistics at MIT, with a joint appointment at the Department of Brain and Cognitive Science at MIT. Since 1993, he has been a Co-Director of the Center for Biological and Computational Learning (CBCL) at MIT.

David Schatz, M.S.(Sloan School of Management, MIT) is Vice President of Corporate Development for Cognex Corporation (CGNX). Cognex is the world's leading supplier of industrial machine vision systems used for automation and quality control in the semiconductor, consumer goods, health care products, and automotive industries with yearly sales of nearly $250 million. In his role, David is responsible for M&A and other strategic business development activities.