Stelect is currently accepting expressions of interest for potential partnership and Series A investment opportunities (~ June '20).
You'll find some of the must-have information on this page, however, if you would like further in-depth information regarding our Technology and the Innovator's behind it, get in touch with us today.
Co-founder & CEO
Elise completed a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters of Biomedical Engineering with Business at The University of Melbourne in 2017. Elise has previous work experience working in some small to large corporate businesses in the healthcare sector. At Stelect, Elise is responsible for the development and execution of the commercialisation strategy along with investment.
Lead Sensor Design Engineer
Anurupa received her Bachelor of Technology degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2011 from National Institute of Technology, Durgapur, India. She completed her Master in Science degree from Georgia Institute of Technology, USA (France Campus), in 2014, and her PhD at FEMTO-ST, France, in Engineering Sciences and Micro-techniques in 2017. She has a background in acoustics, and has experience in micro and nano fabrication, and transducer design. Her research interests include ultrasonics, acousto-optics, elastic-wave propagation, piezoelectric materials, non- destructive testing and evaluation, characterization of micro-systems and nano-structures, SAW and BAW devices, and printed electronics.
STELECT ADVISORY BOARD
DR ANDREW AJANI
Andrew is an experienced Interventional Cardiologist and is the current director of Melbourne Interventional Group. Andrew is active in cardiology education, holding associate Professorships at The University of Melbourne and Monash University. Andrew was the lead clinician in interventional cardiology startup, IntelliMedical Technologies which developed a steerable guide wire. IntelliMedical was acquired by Merit Medical in 2018.
Stelect's novel medical device is aimed at increasing the accuracy rate in coronary stent selection. The Stelect Tech utilises ultrasound technology in order to assist clinicians with the evaluation of coronary artery blockages.
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