Stephen H Friend MD Ph.D.

Chairman, President and co-founder of 4YouandMe,
Dr. Friend is a visiting Professor of Connected Medicine at Oxford University and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sage Bionetworks where he was co-founder and President.
He previously has held positions at Apple Inc., was Senior Vice President at Merck, and Co Inc., founded and led Rosetta Inpharmatics, and was an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School.


Tony Ford-Hutchinson Ph.D.

Dr. Ford-Hutchinson is an independent consultant in the healthcare space with 32 years of experience in discovery research at Merck & Co with multiple positions in Canada and the USA, including Senior Vice President of research at Merck Frosst Canada and Executive Vice President of basic research for Merck & Co.


Eric Schadt Ph.D.

American mathematician and computational biologist. Dr. Schadt is founding CEO of Sema4, a spinout next generation health intelligence company of the Mount Sinai Health System focused on enabling physicians and patients to more seamlessly engage the digital universe of data, knowledge, and understanding to better prevent, diagnose and treat disease. He was previously chair of the Department of Genetics and Genomic Sciences and founding director of the Icahn Institute for Genomics and Multiscale Biology at the Icahn School of Medicine.


Miklu Silvanto

Finnish born Industrial designer and entrepreneur, one of the founding partners of Aivan design agency (www.aivan.fi), 2010 Young Designer of the year in Finland, and a former member of Apple’s legendary industrial design team that reports to Jonathan Ive. Miklu is a graduate of Royal College of Art in London, but equally a product of Finnish education system, their compulsory military service and overall a very dynamic range of experiences and teachers. Currently he is going deep into understanding the human mind and most curious about cities as mechanisms of human collaboration and future.


Chief Commons Officer at Sage Bionetworks responsible for data governance and informed consent systems in Apple’s software platforms for mobile research.

John Wilbanks