Founder and CEO
Kinneret Rand-Yadin is a PhD scientist with experience across a diverse range of platforms. Kinneret possesses an extensive industry experience in product development, assay and systems development, product transfer, and manufacturing with emphasis on process improvement, quality, and productivity, in a GLP and GMP environments. Kinneret gained familiarity with clinical trial operations/procedures, FDA regulatory and submission documentation processes, and clinical trial risk assessment protocols.
Chemical Engineer Intern
Rose Zilberberg is a chemical engineering student with a background in biology and chemistry. Rose has experience working in Tissue/Nerve engineering research, as well as Chemistry laboratories. She hopes to pursue a PhD in Bioengineering. Rose supports the research and development of the SeeTrue microcapillary needle.
Chemical Engineer Intern
Zheng’s doctoral research focuses on understanding nanoparticle interactions with biological systems. He synthesizes poly(oxo-norbornenes) with variable length, charge, and hydrophobicity for use in functionalization of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs). By tuning these properties, he creates particles that selectively target membranes of bacteria over eukaryotes. He uses fluorescently quenched liposomes as model membranes in fluorescence lysis assays to understand how changing the molecular composition of the functionalized AuNPs changes their membrane impact.
He works with SeeTrue Technology to manufacture glass surfaces functionalized with PEGylated AuNPs and to create biocompatible injection needles.
Zheng received his Bachelors degree in Biochemistry from University of Colorado at Boulder, and is preparing for his dissertation defense in Chemistry at UMBC this winter.
Mechanical Engineer Intern
He works with SeeTrue Technology to manufacture microneedles using micro 3D printing technologies to improve needle fabrication consistency and anticlogging functionality.
Ruben received his B.S degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2016 and is currently pursuing his M.S/PhD in mechanical engineering at the University of Maryland College Park. Ruben’s research focuses on designing and manufacturing 3D printed cell-sized micro drug capsules for time varying drug release via bloodstream.
Audience Engagement, Comms/Outreach Operations
Marina Kraus is a passionate communicator at work and in personal life. She is skilled in understanding both, the goals of the organization and its users, allowing her to develop and execute content strategies that bring the two together.
Ms. Kraus, worked with Government Agencies and companies producing effective communications that drive business and corporate goals with great attention to users’ needs. In recent years, she worked with several offices of Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Centers of the National Institute of Health (NIH), and Offices of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Marina works with SeeTrue Technology on content strategy and development, website operations and engagement of the targeted audiences.