Combining surgical expertise
with decades of enterprise
Russ is the Chief Executive Officer of Ceevra. Prior to co-founding Ceevra in 2016, Russ was in senior executive roles at three venture capital-backed technology companies where he specialized in complex transactions with enterprise customers and strategic partners. Russ graduated from the University of Washington with a BA in Business Administration, and received his JD from the University of Washington School of Law.
Ken is the Chief Technology Officer of Ceevra. He co-founded Ceevra after serving in engineering leadership and software development positions at several venture capital-backed technology companies, and as a bioinformatics specialist at The Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Ken graduated from Stanford University with a BS in Computer Science, and received his MS in Computer Science also from Stanford.
DR. JOSEPH SHIRK
Joe is a co-founder of Ceevra. He is also Assistant Professor of Urology at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, where he performs surgery for a variety of genitourinary conditions including kidney transplants and minimally invasive and robotic surgery for kidney and prostate cancer. Joe graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a BS in Biochemistry and Genetics, received his MD from the Medical College of Wisconsin, and completed his residency and fellowship in urologic oncology at UCLA.
Hanna is a Principal Software Engineer at Ceevra. Her expertise includes developing advanced imaging software utilizing machine learning and computer vision techniques, having previously honed her skills at Samsung Research America and Pixar Animation Studios. Hanna graduated from Stanford University with a BS in Computer Science, and received her MS in Computer Science also from Stanford.
Ran is a Biomedical Engineer at Ceevra, with expertise in medical imaging. His experience includes graduate work at UC Berkeley on a novel imaging modality named Magnetic Particle Imaging. Ran graduated from Tel Aviv University with a BS in Biomedical Engineering, and received his MEng in Bioengineering from UC Berkeley.