About Us

Raghu Raghavan, Ph.D.: President

Raghu Raghavan Patents | Articles | Conference Proceedings

Dr. Raghavan is the president and cofounder of Therataxis, LLC. Previously, he was vice president of Image-guided Neurologics, in charge of modeling, analysis and software, and prior to that, a professor in the computer science and radiology departments at Johns Hopkins University. He founded the Center for Information-enhanced Medicine (CieMed) at the National University of Singapore, devoted to exploring computational biomedicine based on three-dimensional imaging.

He earned his doctorate in the physics of magnetism at the University of Wisconsin. Since then, he has contributed to the development of imaging sensor materials, image analysis integrating models and data, parallel computing, and biomedical simulations, including brain physiology and drug transport. His current research interests are focused upon the simulation and control of molecular and cell therapies and on pattern formation during tissue and organ growth. He has founded companies in telemedicine, medical simulation and visualization, and data presentation and he has over 110 publications and over twenty patent filings to date.

Martin Brady, Ph.D.: Chief Engineer

Martin Brady Patents | Articles

Dr. Brady is cofounder and chief engineer of Therataxis, LLC. Prior to the company's founding, he held the position of Algorithm Architect at Image-guided Neurologics. From 1996 until 1999 he was a staff research scientist and project manager in the Microcomputer Research Labs at Intel Corporation, where he led projects in interactive volume rendering and in 3D reach-in user interfaces. Prior to that, he spent five years as an assistant professor of computer engineering at Pennsylvania State University and three years as a research scientist at Lockheed’s Palo Alto Research Lab.

Dr. Brady earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the area of CAD algorithms for VLSI design. He has worked in the areas of image processing, massively parallel computing, neural networks, computer graphics, and visualization. His current research interests include medical visualization and simulation and immersive 3D user interfaces.