Gurpal Virdi is the founder and CEO of Eyelabs AI. He graduated from Washington University in St. Louis and received his medical degree from the University of Missouri where he is currently an ophthalmology resident.
Tejpal Virdi is the Chief Technology Officer of EyeLabs AI. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science and has extensive experience in medical image segmentation and machine learning techniques.
Dr. David Hunter is the Ophthalmologist-in-Chief and Richard M. Robb Chair of Ophthalmology at Boston Children’s Hospital, President of the Children’s Hospital Ophthalmology Foundation, Professor and Vice Chair of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, and Chairman of the Board of Rebion, Inc.
Dr. Ted Leng is a vitreoretinal specialist at The Byers Eye Institute at Stanford University. He is considered to be one of the top 150 worldwide leading innovators in the field of medical and surgical retina and serves the Department of Ophthalmology as both the Director of Clinical and Translational Research and the Director of Ophthalmic Diagnostics.
Dr. Grayson Armstrong is the Director of Ophthalmology Emergency Service at Massachusetts Eye and Ear. He has served as an advisor for various health technology startups. In his role as founder of Ocular Technologies, he has been working with collaborators in Boston and across the United States in the design of novel telemedicine and artificial intelligence technologies in the field of ophthalmology.
Dr. Arjan Hura is a fellowship-trained refractive, cataract, and anterior segment surgeon at the Maloney-Shamie Vision Institute in Los Angeles, CA. His interests include working with the latest cutting-edge technology to constantly try to improve patient outcomes and advance ophthalmology as a profession.
Dr. Taj Nasser is a fellowship-trained refractive surgeon at Parkhurst NuVision in San Antonio, TX. He specializes in LASIK, ocular disease treatment, glaucoma and keratoconus.
Dr. Jella An is a board-certified ophthalmologist and a fellowship-trained glaucoma specialist at The Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute. She primarily sees adult patients diagnosed with cataracts or glaucoma and is a leading micro-invasive glaucoma (MIGS) surgeon.
Dr. James Landreneau is a fellowship trained cornea specialist from the Storm Eye Institute. He is currently a professor of ophthalmology at the Mason Eye Institute at the University of Missouri.
Dr. Matthew Hirabayashi is an ophthalmology resident at Univeristy of Missouri - Columbia.
Dr. Aaron Webel is a board certified ophthalmologist and glaucoma specialist. He completed his ophthalmic innovation fellowship at the Byers Eye Institute at Stanford University where he developed technology to improve eye care, primarily focused on incisional glaucoma surgery.
Dr. Euna Koo is a pediatric ophthalmologist at The Byers Eye Institute at Stanford University. She specializes in retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) and adult strabismus. She received her ophthalmology training at UC San Francisco and then her fellowship training in pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus at Boston Children's Hospital affiliated with Harvard Medical School.
Dr. David Guyton is the Zanvyl Krieger Professor of Pediatric Ophthalmology at The Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute. He is internationally known for his contributions, inventions and teaching in the fields of ophthalmic optics, clinical refraction, potential acuity testing and ocular motility.
Dr. Mohannad Al-Samarraie is an ophthalmologist who specializes in pediatriac and adult strabismus, amblyopia, congenital cataracts, and congenital glaucoma.
Dr. Diana Lee is a vitreo-retinal surgical fellow at Associates in Ophthalmology (AIO). She completed her ophthalmology residency at USC’s Roski Eye Institute and an Ophthalmic Pathology fellowship at UCLA’s Jules Stein Eye Institute.