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3Scan creates new analytical perspectives on the structure of disorders such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer's, and strokes.

  • Stage Concept Only
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  • Location Club Hípico de Santiago, Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile
  • Currency CLP

Company Summary

3scan is using the patented technology Knife Edge Scanning Microscopy to do what no other microscope can do, make 3D computer models of whole organs from research animals. 3Scan has an exclusive world wide license to this technology which automatically takes a sample as large as a cc^3 and slices thin sections a half micron thick. This gives us sub micron resolution of whole organ samples which can be used for drug discovery and research.


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    Todd Huffman

    Todd is a bioinformatician, and created 3Scan because of the need for tissue-scale microanalysis tools. He's worked with a range of advanced technologies as a neuroscientist. He also led post-disaster and post-crisis technology implementations in Afghanistan, Haiti, and elsewhere.

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    Megan Klimen

    ithout Megan 3Scan would grind to a halt. Executing roles of CFO, damage control, and manager, she keeps the daily flow of the company moving along while handling the details at all ends. Studying biology and anthropology at UC San Diego, she’s been involved running a wide range of projects over the years in all corners of the world, including helping found and run the BIL Conference series.

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    Matthew Goodman
    Computational Architect

    Data Wrangler Extraordinaire, MattyG keeps the bits shuffling and is responsible for the entirety of the software and processing supporting our microscope technology. Coming out of a Materials Science background at the University of Arizona and Biomedical Engineering program at UT Austin, Matthew is the lead software arcitect at 3Scan.

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    Cody Daniel
    Mechanical Systems

    Hailing from a long line of hardware hackers, Cody is tracking on the development of the physical systems at 3Scan as Master Chief Engineer. His background is in Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science at MIT, with significant time spent learning how to break and debug systems in a wide range of personal projects. He moved to SF after graduation to follow the dream of a start-up cowboy by working at 3Scan.