Welcome to Galileo
Galileo CDS is the first clinical decision support tool based on Machine Learning to be used in Radiology. Galileo will simplify image observation and accelerate reporting for most radiology cases.
Based on 20+ years of research, our solutions are designed to reduce the risk of human error and increase efficiency while improving the quality of radiology reports.
R. Nick Bryan, MD, PhD
Founder, Chairman and Chief Scientific Officer
Dr. Bryan’s 30+ years of radiography research led to development of an observation checklist that enables rapid analysis of image sets for large population-based studies.
Dr. Bryan is an internationally recognized neuroradiologist, having been Chairman of Radiology at the NIH (1997-1999) and at the University of Pennsylvania (1999-2014). He also served as President and Chairman of the Board of RSNA, served on the Board of the American College of Radiology, and as President of ASNR. These clinical, socioeconomic and administrative responsibilities have provided Dr. Bryan with valuable insights into unmet needs in the practice and business of clinical radiology.
Abhijeet has extensive experience in building and scaling businesses, especially technology companies in various verticals including education, IT services and consumer oriented.
Previously, Abhijeet was also cofounder and Chief Technology Officer for Classof1, an online tutoring company that was acquired by Knowledge Universe.
Abhijeet has a B.Tech from IIT Mumbai, an M.S. from Texas A&M and an MBA from the Acton School of Business in Austin, TX.
Edward Herskovits, MD, PhD
Co-founder and Advisor
Dr. Herskovits has extensive experience in data mining, Bayesian methods for the analysis of multidimensional data (including image data), biostatistics, object-oriented software development, neuroinformatics, and neuroradiology.
Jeff Rudie, MD, PhD
Dr. Rudie is a clinical instructor in neuroradiology at the University of California, San Francisco. His research interests lie in translating artificial intelligence methods into clinical neuroradiology practice.
Andreas Rauschecker, MD, PhD
Dr. Rauschecker is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the University of California, San Francisco.
Curt Langlotz MD, PhD
Dr. Langlotz is Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Informatics, and Director of the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging (AIMI Center) at Stanford. He is also the Associate Chair for Information Systems and a Medical Informatics Director for Stanford Health Care.