Passionate Team. Award Winning Solution.
Alpha Fiber provides the only real-time solution for monitoring head impacts in athletes and military personal using only cameras – without the use of any wearables on the individual. Our patent-pending system utilizes computer vision, artificial intelligence, and machine learning technologies to track all head impacts and identify which ones can potentially cause injury. Alpha Fiber’s team has decades of combined experience in researching traumatic brain injury, diagnosing and treating concussions, and developing specialized software powered by the latest technologies.
Alpha Fiber’s vision is to expand our understanding of concussions and mild TBIs in sports, and use this knowledge to potentially reduce future occurrences of concussions and improve recovery and patient outcomes.
Meet The Team
Arash Adami, PhD
Founder & CEO
Arash has a PhD in neuroscience with expert knowledge of traumatic brain injury and MRI physics (including manuscript reviewer for J Neurotrauma). He worked as a regulatory affairs professional for the last 5 years with translational and clinical research experience from biologics to medical devices.
Gannon Gesiriech, MS
Cofounder & Lead AI Engineer
Multifaceted research engineering with four years of experience building algorithmic software solutions for multiple business domains. Achievements include bringing a core Nielsen Media product from conception to deployment, enabling the company to do sub-minute media tracking. Skilled in machine learning, computer vision, localization, perception, image processing, and general engineering problem solving. I have trained in entrepreneurship with completion of the UC San Diego Rady School of Management Micro-MBA program as well as winning the UC San Diego Electrical and Computer Engineering Design Competition.
Our Advisors and Mentor
We want to understand better how the brain functions in normal and pathologically conditions and to be the leader in brain injury detection and treatment.
Mission: Utilizing cutting-edge technology to proactively detect potential concussions in real time.
“The best way to solve a problem is to first understand it. ”