Jason holds degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics from NYU and Hunter College. For the last 20 years, he has specialized in asset management, commercial real estate management, and citrus grove Management.
Bong K. Lee, Ph.D., Chairman. Dr. Lee has received degrees in engineering and finance from Seoul National University, Columbia University, and the University of Sheffield, England. He also studied management science at Johns Hopkins University and taught at Howard University. His business experience includes planning, financial analysis, project analysis, and management both in the U.S. and abroad.
In his early career, he was employed as a Ford Foundation fellow in India and was awarded the Distinguished Federal Civilian Service Award for his pioneering work at HUD. More recently he served as a project analyst and consultant at the Asian Development Bank. Since retiring from the ADB he was involved in writing books and investment activities in and around Marin County, California.
Hao Shang, Ph.D., Co-founder. Dr. Shang received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University and B.S. in Biochemical Engineering from East China University of Science and Technology. Dr. Shang is the author of 9 peer-reviewed publications and 3 patents on the development of novel magnetic materials and immunochemical diagnostic techniques. He is credited for developing MagSense Life Science’s superparamagnetic microparticles and for the application of these particles to single-molecule force measurements and high throughput bioanalytical screening.
Gil U Lee, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering at Purdue University, Co-founder and chair of the Scientific Advisory Committee. Professor Lee has 20 years of experience in nanotechnology and diagnostic platform development. Prior to joining Purdue, he spent eight years in the Chemistry Division of the Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC, where he made the first single-molecule force measurements with the atomic force microscope and invented the force amplified biosensor and force differentiation assay.
This work was recognized by the Alan Berman Research Publication awards for basic and applied science, the Edison Patent Award, and the Federal Laboratory Consortium Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer. He is the author of over 40 peer-reviewed publications and 7 patents. He currently serves on the executive boards of the National Programming Committee of the AIChE and Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum.