Fluxergy Media Kit
Fluxergy started 10 years ago by Ryan Revilla and Tej Patel with a vision to democratize the world of laboratory testing, by making testing more accessible and affordable. Fluxergy’s platform technology enables us to understand our world and our health in ways which were never possible before.
John Tu joined the Fluxergy team as the primary investor allowing Fluxergy to leverage his team’s knowledge and experience in the semiconductor industry to support Fluxergy’s scale up, enabling our ability to create scalable low-cost technologies anyone can use.
Since Fluxergy has started, we have grown from a team of three in a garage to 80+ employees at Fluxergy’s technology and manufacturing campus totaling 70,000 sq. ft, cGMP-compliant and ISO13485:2016/MDSAP-certified. Our combined 27000 sq. ft state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and 16000 sq. ft. innovation development facility allow Fluxergy to continually develop new and exciting technologies that bring the lab closer to you.
The Fluxergy Testing System consists of The Fluxergy Card, a single-use “lab-on-chip” consumable test cartridge; the Fluxergy Analyzer, which conducts the testing process, and Fluxergy Works software is used to review and interpret the test data. The Fluxergy Cards are multi-modal (meaning different types of diagnostic tests can be run simultaneously) and designed to be very cost-effective and scalable, using proprietary printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing and microfluidics technologies. Fluxergy Works enables organizations to link together via the Cloud as many as 256 Fluxergy Analyzers for centralized data reporting.
Fluxergy Reaction Mix
DNA or RNA-specific primer and probe sets that allow you to develop tests for genes of microbes, viruses, and more.
A single-use, highly integrated consumable, allowing for rapid PCR results and simplifying tedious traditional workflows.
The Fluxergy Analyzer is a multi-functional lab device that can conduct real-time PCRs.
Our cybersecure user interface capable of analyzing and disseminating data to users.
Tej Patel, President and Co-Founder
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.
Dr. Ali Tinazli, Chief Commercial Officer
Dr. Ali Tinazli joined Fluxergy in October 2019. He oversees all commercial operations, strategic planning, business development, sales, and strategic partnerships. Prior to his role at Fluxergy as Chief Commercial Officer, Dr. Ali Tinazli led the corporate-wide, global strategy for Healthcare and Life Sciences for Hewlett-Packard (HP Inc.). He received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from J.W. Goethe University in Germany. After receiving his Ph.D., Ali worked in Corporate Development at Applied Biosystems (now: Thermo Fisher). He also currently serves as angel investor and board member at various start-ups ranging from cybersecurity to oncology.
Recent Press Coverage
Fluxergy has expanded it’s U.S. headquarters after commercializing the test globally. The expansion will enable the company to ramp up production of the rapid test as well as further develop the test platform for other uses.
Join Tej Patel, the President and co-founder of Fluxergy, as he talks about the current state of medical diagnostic testing, the inspiration for starting the company, and what the future of Fluxergy looks like.
Being able to cost-effectively detect agents of concern like listeria, campylobacter, and salmonella within 30 minutes of sample collection allows for real-time monitoring of the product throughout its lifecycle to prevent a recall of inventory and ill effects to consumers.
President Tej Patel shares his insights on education and specific advice for landing a job in the life sciences during the pandemic. His team includes backgrounds in the semiconductor, aerospace, and automotive industries.