Pramila Srinivasan, PhD, is C.E.O. and founder of MedicalMine Inc. She received her doctorate in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Purdue University, U.S.A. Her specialty included algorithms for multimedia data analysis and classification. In 2007 she founded MedicalMine Inc. to apply cutting edge technological advances to facilitate data analysis and efficient management of medical treatment. ChARMtracker.com hosts ChARM EHR and ChARM PHR, the products of MedicalMine Inc. Research into treatments for multi-factorial chronic conditions is still a work in progress, and her goal is to present state-of-the-art tools and visualization to help generate hypothesis and support research, simultaneously supporting the clinical needs of physicians and patients who need multi-modal treatment tracking, monitoring and interaction with caregivers.
Elizabeth Horn is acting Executive Vice President of Marketing for the ChARM products, and spearheads the company's ambitious roll-out plan for its series of software applications aimed at the autism treatment management market. She is Co-Founder and current President of the Autism Recovery Consortium, a California nonprofit whose mission is increasing awareness of autism recovery and providing support for families engaged in that process. She also co-founded NPART (new Paradigms for Autism Research and Treatment)along with Dr. Martha Herbert of Harvard and Michael which is a rapidly growing group of doctors and researchers dedicated to changing Lerner of Commonweal, the paradigm of autism through treatment guided research. In her twenty plus years role as President of Horn Productions, Inc., Horn has made dozens of films, most of them corporate “vision” movies for many of the major high tech companies. The last ten years Horn has spent on the pre-production, production and marketing of the company's own film about children recovering from autism entitled “Finding the Words”. The documentary has been broadcast in over thirties countries so far, with a new cut for American public television being readied for 2010. Horn is a member of the Collective on Children’s Health and the Environment (CHE). Before founding her film production company in 1984, she was a marketing executive for several Silicon Valley firms.
Kenneth A. Bock, MD, FAAFP, FACN, CNS, received his MD with Honor from the University of Rochester School of Medicine in 1979. A pioneer and leader in the field of integrative medicine for over two decades, Dr. Bock’s expertise lies in bringing a comprehensive integrative medicine approach to complex medical problems, including the 4-A disorders – autism, ADHD, asthma and allergies. His Healing Program for the 4-A disorders is detailed in his latest book, Healing the New Childhood Epidemics: Autism, ADHD, Asthma and Allergies, which has received international acclaim.
Mahesh S. Mulumudi, M.D, FACC, FSCAI, received his medical degree from Kurnool Medical College in India, and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Wayne State University's Detroit Medical Center, in Detroit, Michigan. Dr. Mulumudi also completed fellowships in Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology at the Ochsner Clinic Foundation, New Orleans, LA. He is board certified in Cardiovascular Diseases, Interventional Cardiology, and Nuclear Cardiology. He is an interventional cardiologist performing angioplasty and stent procedure to treat coronary and peripheral vascular diseases. He specializes in the treatment of cardiac and vascular diseases. He specializes in the treatment of cardiac and vascular diseases. He is the Facilities Medical Director of the Heart and Vascular Center, at The Everett Clinic, Everett, Wa. He is also the director of Vascular Laboratory at The Everett Clinic. He is deeply interested in the application of technology to the management of medical data and the development of intelligent tools to assist medical professionals.