Inspired by professional experiences gathered in the field of sensor development,
co-founders Tej Patel and Ryan Revilla asked the question: Why is there not a
better diagnostic system on the market that can conduct a variety of tests at
the location of the patient?
Co-founder’s Tej Patel and Ryan Revilla thought they could improve medical outcomes by building an inexpensive, point-of-care analyzer using Printed Circuit-Board (PCB) manufacturing technology. They began to develop the very first Fluxergy prototype out of Ryan’s apartment in San Diego, California. It was called it the FluxDx1.
The showcase of the FluxDx1 device is what attracted the attention of Kingston Technology co-founder, John Tu.
He was impressed with the unique use of PCB manufacturing techniques used to create Fluxergy Cards and decided to make an investment into the company.
Over 9 million people do not know they have HIV, globally. Additionally, millions do not have reliable access to tests that determine if anti-retroviral therapy is working effectively.
In 2015, Fluxergy started development on a novel point-of-care HIV-1 PCR assay with the goal of it bringing to resource-limited settings around the world.
The Fluxergy Analyzer delivers unlimited testing potential at the point-of-care.
In 2017, we began working on adopting our technology for uses outside of medical industry. Applications include veterinary, food safety, and environmental diagnostics.
After a successful validation of the Fluxergy Analyzer and our Strep. Equi. Equi assay at University of California, Davis, we gearing up to launch our first test to our Beta Program collaborators.
Let’s make diagnostics accessible everywhere.
Tej oversees various aspects of Fluxergy’s strategy, marketing, and technical development. Before co-founding Fluxergy, Tej worked at MagCanica, managing engineering projects for various clients including the US Navy, Mercedes-Benz F1, and Porsche. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in both Aerospace Engineering as well as Applied Mathematics, and a Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering with a specialization in fluid dynamics from the University of California, San Diego.
Ryan is responsible for leading manufacturing and technical development of Fluxergy’s products. Prior to co-founding Fluxergy, Ryan worked at MagCanica where he developed and managed several products for clients including Ferrari F1, RedBull F1, the US Air Force, GE Aviation, and United Technologies. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of California, San Diego as well as a Master’s of Science from University of California, Los Angeles in Mechanical Engineering.
Jonathan joined the Fluxergy team in 2013 and has been responsible for all financing activities, from budgets to the books. He also oversees operational management of the company’s day to day activities. Prior to joining Fluxergy, Jonathan was an Ambassador for the Bowers Museum foundation in Santa Ana. Jonathan holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Chapman University in Southern California.
Bernd is a seasoned venture capitalist with expertise in the global technology sector. He has funded startups in various industries and implements a hands-on approach to providing strategic corporate development. He currently works as a business development consultant for Kingston in Europe and is the executive director at Schnell Consult GmbH. He received his Dipl.- Kfm. from Goethe University in Management and Marketing.
Dr. Seidler is an experienced executive in the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and vaccine industry with a strong focus in bringing innovative medicines to the market. He has a proven track record of building sustainable product pipelines from external and internal sources and has successfully developed and implemented R&D and business development strategies built around innovation, agility, profitability and quality.
Dr. Smith is a world-renowned thought-leader and researcher in HIV/AIDS research. He works both at the UCSD Antiviral Research Center and in his laboratory on the UCSD campus, where he performs bench research. His primary research focus is on the transmission of HIV, including HIV superinfection, molecular epidemiology and characterizing HIV shed from the genital tract. These studies are in pursuit to understand the drivers of HIV transmission and disease and to find new ways to interrupt them.
We are always interested in new people, projects and collaborations.
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