We are at the fulcrum of a paradigm switch to INTERACTIVE DIGITAL DIAGNOSTICS.™ It will take the best systems-level cloud designs and top execution to generate platform-level success and large-scale social impact. Cubismi’s team of leading experts will continue to responsibly validate and build our EMERGE™ cloud platform and user products. While AI Automation groups seek to automate existing questions doctors ask today using “artificial intelligence,” we will continue to empower our community of physicians and researchers to ask NEW QUESTIONS. We will place our users at the center of medical discovery to help them push the boundaries of new frontiers. Together, we will constantly pursue the most advanced ways to visualize and interact with medical big data and precision analytics.
Our team includes many top leaders with proven expertise and success as innovators in cancer imaging, information technology, cognitive science, healthcare business models, digital medicine, machine learning and explainable AI, and precision image reconstruction, as well as top visual artists and designers. Our partners and affiliates provide powerful enabling cloud technology and software to support the rapid maturation and future scaling of our unique and proprietary EMERGE™ platform.
Featured Team Members
Moira Schieke, MD
Dr. Moira Schieke is Founder/CEO of Cubismi, a cancer imaging and MRI expert, board-certified clinical radiologist. She is the chief inventor and designer of the Cubismi Interactive Digital Diagnostics™ (IDD) system, as well as the inventor of 5D Cancer Computer Vision. The IDD design leverages her key clinical insights into how a revolutionary decision intelligence paradigm shift can empower physicians’ decision making and lead to improved patient outcomes. She is also a professional artist and figure painter.
Scott Whitmire is VP of Engineering/CTO of Cubismi, and chief architect of the Cubismi Interactive Digital Diagnostics™ (IDD) system. He is a senior enterprise architect with >40 years of system architecture and development experience. Among a long list of accomplishments, he architected what became Google Pay. Most recently, he led a team of mathematicians and informaticists at the Mayo Clinic in the Mathematical Neuro-Oncology Lab, including use of neural networks.
ANDREAS VELTEN, PhD
Dr. Andreas Velten is an Assistant Professor in the Department for Biostatistics and Medical Informatics and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Wisconsin Madison. His award-winning work in advanced image processing has been published in many top scientific journals.
BRIAN FISHER, PhD
Dr. Brian Fisher is a notable leader in the emerging academic field of visual analytics (VA), which aims to advance cognitive science through the study of HCI with complex data in immersive visually-rich environments. It aims to generate collaborative design of interactive information systems that augment human cognitive abilities across broad domains. He serves on the Executive Committee of the IEEE Computer Society Visualization and Graphics Technical Committee and the EU Eurostars Independent Experts panel.
ALEXANDER NORBASH, MD
Dr. Alexander Norbash is a notable change and innovation leader in Radiology. He is Chair and Professor of Radiology at the University of California, San Diego with an active endovascular neurosurgical practice. He is also a noted innovator of many novel materials and devices for endovascular neurologic therapies.
Louise Kirkbride is a pioneer in both astrophysics and communications technology. Louise was a finalist in the first selection of astronauts for the Space Shuttle program. She later founded and successfully exited two startups. Broad Daylight was among the very first to deliver SaaS CRM solutions to Cisco, ATT, BellSouth, McDonalds, and Kodak.
Noam Ziv an accomplished systems architect and experienced CTO who spent 20+ years at Qualcomm, where he was Vice President of Engineering for over a decade. Noam is the inventor and architect of Qualcomm’s 2net platform, and implemented CDMA cellular communication technology