Dr. James Wilson is the CEO and Founder of M2 Medical Intelligence, Inc. He is the Director of the Nevada Medical Intelligence Center at the University of Nevada-Reno and Principle Investigator of Project ARIS. Dr. Wilson is a board-certified, practicing pediatrician who specializes in operational medical intelligence with a focus on the anticipation, detection, and warning of infectious disease crises. He has led the creation of several of the most powerful systems in the world used for anticipation and detection of infectious disease crises and disasters. Dr. Wilson was the first operations chief of the Department of Homeland Security's National Biosurveillance Integration Center and worked with the Intelligence Community during the birth of formal health security intelligence in the mid-2000s. Dr. Wilson led the private intelligence teams that provided warning of the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic, discovery of the United Nations as the source of the 2010 Cholera disaster in Haiti, and several investigations of alleged and confirmed biological weapon deployments. Dr. Wilson is a strong advocate for effective and accountable global health security intelligence and the need for credible and balanced threat assessments.
James D. Johnson is the COO and co-founder of M2 Medical Intelligence, Inc. He has extensive global executive experience at IBM, Amdahl, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young in areas of strategy, change management, operations, and partnerships. Most recently, he has been bringing his wealth of real-world experiences to entrepreneurs and students -- teaching strategy and change management at UNR and Sierra Nevada College. He successfully founded and launched the Summit Venture Mentoring Service in Reno, Nevada in 2014. This program is based on MIT's Venture Mentoring Service and is actively engaged in developing and enriching the local eco-system for entrepreneurs. Mr. Johnson's extensive operations, process improvement, strategy and change management expertise provide key implementation capabilities to M2.
Saul Reed is machine learning and UX technologist. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Nevada, Reno. Presently, he's a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at UNR with an emphasis on machine learning. Utilizing the latest advances as well as a culmination of technologies, Saul architected the web services and proprietary tools used in the consumption of M2 Medical Intelligence's exposed interfaces and systems. As such, these robust systems are able to digest structured data, ensuring accurate and detailed analyses.
Greg Seaton is the chief data architect at M2 Medical Intelligence, Inc. He has over 30 years of development, architecture, and management experience in information technology in many domains, including finance, commercial software, aerospace, government, defense, and intelligence. Greg's comprehensive technology experience—from ideation to design and implementation -- as well as his ability to migrate technology to cloud-based platforms while introducing big data capability -- gives M2 significant leadership in emerging as well as proven technologies.