Anthony Costello is the CEO of Mytrus and a leader in the areas of technology innovation and clinical operations. After beginning his clinical career in data management at Genentech, Costello went on to co-found several clinical and high technology start-up companies including BazuSports and Nextrials.
In 2006, while at Nextrials, he was selected as one of the PharmaVoice Top 100 Most Inspiring People in Clinical Research. Costello has also served as Chairman of the Board for the Society for Clinical Data Management, on the Founding committee for the CDISC CDASH initiative and is currently a member of the editorial advisory board for Applied Clinical Trials magazine.
He is a frequent author and presenter on topics related to the efficient use of technology and clinical research. He has a degree in Sociology from UC Berkeley.
Rob French has over 15 years of experience in software development and nearly a decade in the biotechnology and clinical research industries.
Prior to joining Mytrus, Rob was responsible for an award-winning software suite at Nextrials where he integrated industry standards throughout the organization.
Rob has significant expertise in Clinical Research standards and has presented on topics including standards-based technology integration. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Statistics from UC Davis.
Michael Tucker is a veteran of the medical research, software, and technology industries.
He has served in executive management roles in business development, sales, and client services for nearly two decades and has been instrumental in management of venture capital, private capital and corporate equity funded startups since 1995, guiding organizations from product inception to acquisition.
Prior to his commercial sector experience, Michael spent 7 years in management and support of medical research and training for the US government where he held dual appointments as Instructor in Surgery at the F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine, and Instructor in Micro-vascular Surgery for the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD.
Susan Booth is an accomplished technology leader with over 20 years of experience in software design, development and implementation.
Susan has a celebrated career in managing teams to deliver technology products in research, business to business, and government environments. Susan was the Director of Development at Hoover's Online, managing the B2B website used by businesses worldwide to gain competitive market knowledge.
Susan also has an extensive background in pre-clinical and clinical systems development and implementation for leading pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device companies. Susan holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Computer Information Systems from the University of Texas at Austin.
Sasha Zucker began his career in software products and services at Oracle and has since worked at a variety of large and small companies in diverse fields that include clinical research and educational assessment.
Prior to joining Mytrus, Sasha headed documentation at Nextrials, a role that naturally transitioned to quality management. Since joining Mytrus, he has successfully established processes that adapt Agile software development methodologies to meet the quality expectations of a FDA-regulated environment (21 CFR Part 11, GCP).
Sasha is an American Society for Quality Certified Software Quality Engineer (ASQ CSQE) and Certified Quality Improvement Associate (ASQ CQIA). He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from Stanford University.
Dr. Cummings is an expert on methods for conducting clinical research.
He is the recipient of numerous awards, and has been elected to the Institute of Medicine in the National Academy of Science.
Dr. Cummings has designed and led many large studies about osteoporosis and aging. He is emeritus Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology from the University of California, San Francisco and Director of the San Francisco Coordinating Center.
Dr. Cummings completed his residency in Internal Medicine, and a Fellowship in Clinical Epidemiology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). He also served as Chief of General Internal Medicine, and Associate Chair of Medicine for Clinical Research. Dr. Cummings co-founded the Postgraduate Clinical Research Training Program at UCSF.
Our dynamic team brings together a shared passion for innovation and a wide-range of experience from the worlds of high technology and clinical research. While clinical expertise or "rock-star" software development skillz are essential ingredients for leading clinical trials into the future, realizing our vision takes something more. If you look closely at our "Supastars", we think you will notice the diversity of styles as well as a certain... "moxie" ... that the members of our team all share!
Founded in 2009, Mytrus is a privately held e-clinical technology company specializing in patient-centered electronic informed consent and data collection tools. After receiving the first FDA approvals for remote electronic consent and virtual data collection, Mytrus has gone on to develop new technologies for patients including ePRO and EDC tools usable from home and mobile devices, bio-sample consent tracking technology, site training and e-learning applications, and patient home dashboards for tracking clinical study progress and data. Mytrus also holds an exclusive patent for conducting virtual clinical trials in the US. Mytrus investors include BioClinica and inVentiv Health.