Next-generation decision support for healthcare
“We drive better patient outcomes by empowering care teams and patients to make better decisions together using innovative data-driven technology.”
Experienced entrepreneurs with a passion for turning complex data into actionable intelligence
Thaddeus and Eric first met as PhD students at MIT, while pursuing degrees in Aerospace Biomedical Engineering and Medical Engineering & Medical Physics. Together they co-founded Locately, a Boston-based technology company focused on collecting and mining location data to understand consumer shopper behaviors.
After Locately was acquired by a leading market research company, Thaddeus and Eric founded Radial Analytics to develop powerful, robust, and actionable analytics systems for healthcare.
Our Core Team
Co-Founder & CEO
Thaddeus brings expertise in strategy, fundraising, and execution to Radial Analytics. Thaddeus was most recently the CEO of Locately, where he grew the company from its inception through rapid growth, profitability, and a successful exit. Thaddeus has a PhD in Aerospace Biomedical Engineering from MIT with a graduate certificate from the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology. Thaddeus holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Harvard University. Thaddeus hails from London, and is an avid hiker.
Co-Founder & CTO
Eric brings a data science background to Radial Analytics, together with experience building software development teams and architecting large-scale data systems. Eric was Chief Scientist at Locately, where he developed the core location analytics technologies to provide real-world actionable insights into consumer behaviors. Eric was a PhD student in the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences & Technology. He previously worked in the medical device industry in Silicon Valley, as a Clinical Engineer and Research Scientist at St. Jude Medical, Cardiac Rhythm Management Division. Eric holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. He's a native of Southern California, and is father to three hearty New England boys.
Anant Vasudevan, MD
Anant's clinical expertise helps shape our product design, analytics, and business development. Anant is licensed in internal medicine, and practices part-time as an Academic Hospitalist at Brigham and Women's Hospital. He has an MD from Yale School of Medicine, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. He is committed to improving patient outcomes and improving care for underserved patient populations. He can beat you in tennis.
Daniel Shenfeld, PhD
Data Science Advisor
Daniel brings expertise in developing innovative data science and machine learning techniques and applying them to clinical and biological data, with publications in high profile journals including Cell and Nature Biotechnology. In addition, Daniel has years of experience leading R&D teams and developing healthcare analytics products. Daniel holds a PhD in Mathematics from Princeton University, and Bachelors and Masters degrees in Mathematics and in Biochemistry from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He enjoys competing in triathlons and sipping fine whiskey, not necessarily at the same time.
Meghan Dierks, MD, FACS
Meghan Dierks is Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School, and Director of Advanced Analytics and Technology Assessment in the Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians’ Division of Clinical Informatics. In these roles, she conducts a broad range of operational and research activities in the areas of risk analysis, technology assessment and regulatory policy relating to healthcare IT and medical technologies. In her research, she applies advanced computational methods to clinical and administrative data to aid in discovery, comparison, and prediction of clinical and economic phenomena. She is a board certified general surgeon and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
Chris Chen, MD
Chris Chen is an internal medicine physician at Massachusetts General Hospital. He has worked for the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation and Partners HealthCare on post-acute care quality. He has a MD from Washington University in St. Louis and a bachelor's degree from Harvard University. His academic work on care delivery innovation has been published in the New England Journal of Medicine, Harvard Business Review, and Journal of the American Medical Association. He is determined to try every lobster roll stand in New England.