Correlia Biosystems creates proteomic tools to power data-driven biology. Our instruments offer microsample measurement abilities to open new data for applications such as small animal models and precision medicine. Correlia’s automated tools can measure proteins with unparalleled speed and efficiency. We enable researchers and clinicians to access proteomic information while reducing the cost and time to market for candidate therapeutics.
We are a growing team of scientists and engineers with diverse expertise in engineering, biology, physics, and software. We value innovation, focus, caring for others, and we’re working hard to expand the power of proteomics for data-driven biology.
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Kwasi completed his PhD in Bioengineering at UC Berkeley/UCSF where he developed microscale assays for quantitative biology. He previously worked as a systems engineer at Boeing Satellite Systems and was a founder and principal investigator at Quantsupport. He obtained his BS/MS in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT.
Before his PhD in Bioengineering (UC Berkeley/UCSF), Sam helped develop medical technologies with Medtronic and RTI Surgical. He also holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Florida.
Kursad did his postdoctoral research in UC Berkeley Bioengineering Department where he was the lead inventor of Correlia’s ANDI gel technology through a collaboration with Novartis. Kursad completed his PhD at Cornell University developing MEMS and microfluidic technologies for biological applications.
Sri brings extensive experience in commercializing new technologies for life science markets, most recently as the Head of Strategy Development for the Lab Products and Services division of Sartorius. Previously, as the head of marketing and sales teams at ForteBio, Sri helped grow the company to be a global leader in protein analysis. Sri has a Ph.D. in Organic and Physical Chemistry from UC Berkeley and did postdoctoral research at the University of Arizona.