David D. Nolte
David D. Nolte is a professor of Physics at Purdue University with degrees from Cornell and UC Berkeley and is a serial entrepreneur with 10 years of experience in biotech start-ups. He was a co-founder of Quadraspec (now Perfinity) and helped successfully gring their BioCD product to market. David is the holder of 15 issued US patents, with the first biodynamic imaging patent issued in 2014 (Patent #8,886,295) and eight more patents pending.
John J. Turek
John J. Turek is a professor of Basic Medical Sciences at Purdue University. He received his degrees in biology from the University of Illinois, Urbana, IL. He has extensive experience in multidisciplinary research and served as the founding Director of the Medical Discovery Resource Unit and is a Co-Director of the Preclinical and Translational Research Team for Indiana.
Ran An has worked on the BioDynamic Imaging project for 5 years. He is the world expert on the technical details of the system. With the help of Purdue Trask Funding in 2012, he designed the prototype of a commercializable BDI system with a small desktop footprint that can be transferred to collaborating labs for positive peer evaluation. In 2013 he won Purdue’s Burton Morgan Business Plan Competition. He is overseeing the development of the Biodynamic microscope product.