Board Members

Lana Volokh, PhD

Lana Volokh, PhD

Co-founder & CEO

Dr. Lana Volokh has 18 years of experience in healthcare industry in variety of positions including R&D, system engineering, advanced technologies management, clinical research management, product, clinical and regulatory strategy development and management. She has worked in corporate (GE Healthcare, Israel and USA), academic (Johns Hopkins University) and start-up (Arineta, and more) environments. Dr. Volokh has been key contributor to development of a number of products combining high technology and clinical components.

(GE Healthcare Israel and USA, Johns Hopkins University)

Dr. David Sidransky

Dr. David Sidransky

Member of the board

Dr. Sidransky is a renowned oncologist, research scientist and Professor of Oncology and Cellular & Molecular Medicine at John Hopkins University and Hospital. He was among the first researchers to identify p53 mutations and their function in a variety of human cancers. He has published over 600 papers in cancer biology, diagnostics, and therapeutics. Dr. Sidransky was Vice Chairman of ImClone Systems until its acquisition by Eli Lilly for $6.5B in 2008. He founded several biotechnology companies, including Oncormed Pharmaceuticals, (NASDAQ: ONCM), a genetic testing company that was sold to Gene Logic in 1998 and Champions Oncology (NASDAQ: CSBR) a developer of precision models for cancer therapy.

Alex Tendler, PhD

Alex Tendler, PhD

Co-founder & CTO

Dr. Alex Tendler is an entrepreneur, scientist and researcher with vast experience in management of international projects in various areas of life sciences and biomedical engineering such as drug delivery, neuroscience and medical devices. He has extensive experience in leading multidisciplinary projects from concept development to clinical research, including IP development, scientific writing, and teaching. Dr. Tendler has deep knowledge of a wide range of research methods and techniques, including designing and monitoring laboratory and clinical trials and has led multiple innovative research and development teams. (Intel, Technion, University of Haifa, Rainbow Medical)

Dror Raviv

Dror Raviv

Member of the board

Dror Raviv was born on the 23rd of September 1949 in Israel.

After completing his military conscription, he attended the University of Rotterdam where he obtained a degree in Economics and Business Administration.

By his late 20s, Dror became the CFO of Dead Sea Periclase Ltd, one of the largest chemicals companies in Israel, and in his early 30s he took a position as the CFO of Degem Systems Ltd, a world leader in computer-based education.

An aspiring entrepreneur, Dror established his first company in Israel at the age of 35, specializing in security and telecommunications. The business exposed him to some of the most remote, risky, and exciting adventures of his career – from providing security services to South America’s tycoons, to protecting prominent figures in New York, and developing security protocols and training programs for entities in Africa.

The business eventually led Dror to open a permanent base in South Africa, where he established an aviation company to deliver food and cargo to war-torn African nations and refugees, predominantly under the UN’s world food programs. As he travelled and worked around Africa, he identified the vast business opportunities that existed in the underdeveloped continent, amongst them, a lack of telecommunications infrastructure.

In 1995, Dror established TVS Telecom and began operations in Southern and Westen Africa, laying some of the first fiber optics cables in Angola as soon as the 30-year civil war came to an end. After a series of successful projects, he was approached by Angolan Ministries to assist in rebuilding the battered country. His ambition and entrepreneurial spirit enabled him to expand the business from telecommunications, to engineering and construction, and he steadily became a regular contractor for the government.

Today, Dror’s umbrella company, the Logistica Group, is proud to have been involved in numerous projects which have contributed significantly to the development of Angola and other African nations - from designing and building numerous petrol stations, to the full turn-key implementation of several marine passenger terminals in Angola, to dredging, piling, IT services and more.

Dror is also an avid investor in numerous start-ups In Israel and around the world, focusing mainly on innovative technologies that are geared towards accelerating human and financial development. Amongst these are investments in blockchain, drone, and health technologies.