Brett Shamosh, Co-Founder & CEO
For the last 10 years, Brett Shamosh has guided the creation, management and distribution of digital content and applications for media companies such as the NHL, Oxygen, CSTV (CBS College Sports) and Tango Media. At the age of 16, Brett was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis, a chronic digestive disease that impacts quality-of-life. During a flare of his disease in 2009, he developed a symptom tracking iPhone application to provide better data to his doctor and learn more about his symptoms, medications and diet. Upon recognizing the benefits, he became an interactive health evangelist to help fellow sufferers of chronic disease work closely with physicians to manage their health and wellness. Watch Brett explain why he created GI Monitor
Edward Shin, MD - Co-Founder
Edward Shin, MD earned his BA from the University of Pennsylvania, graduating magna cum laude, Phi beta kappa and received his MD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He completed a residency in internal medicine at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York, and is board certified through the American Board of Internal Medicine. Afterwards, Ed became director of content development at Healthology, which is now a part of iVillage and NBC Universal. Ed then joined Gerson Lehrman Group in 2001, where he led the healthcare team to the #1 Institutional Investor ranking for independent healthcare research (2004). Most recently, Ed was co-founder of Healogica, a web-based clinical trial matching company that sold its assets to the Michael J. Fox Foundation after two years of operations.
Paolo Teodorani - Co-Founder & CTO
Paolo has spent his career creating innovative technology solutions for government and private sectors in Italy, including; consumer mobile banking applications, central web based insurance workflow solutions and mobile applications for fuel stations managers. In his spare time, Paolo has a passion for riding and restoring antique motorcycles.
WellApps & GI Monitor in the News
GI Monitor is referenced in a publication by the California Healthcare Foundation entitled, How Smartphones Are Changing Health Care for Consumers and Providers
GI Monitor referenced in Tweeting @DoctorWelby: Practical Examples of Social Media in Healthcare