JONATHAN S. MALTZ, PH.D., Chief Scientific Advisor
Demonstrates HeartSentry Function on video.
Dr. Maltz received his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, and has over 16 years of experience designing new devices for assessing vascular function and evaluating them on human subjects. A paper describing one of his inventions for the evaluation of endothelial function won the best paper award from the journal Physiological Measurement in 2006. Another first-author paper describing a novel device he co-invented for performing imaging during radiation therapy which won the best paper award from the journal Medical Physics in 2010. Dr Maltz is author of over 25 peer-reviewed publications, and holds 18 granted US patents. He was Principal Investigator on $3.8m NIH grant to develop methods for endothelial function assessment. The HeartSentry product leverages this large investment by the NIH. In addition to his academic contributions, Dr Maltz also has 11 years of experience in the field of commercial medical device R&D.