Tempus is a technology startup dedicated to developing systems that analyze biotech data. The firm aims to improve treatment outcomes for patients with diseases such as cancer and leukemia. It was established by the co-founding CEO Eric Lefkofsky in 2015. He is also the co-founder and Chairman of Groupon, an internet marketplace company based in Chicago. Tempus data analytics efforts are enabling the University of Chicago to improve service delivery to breast cancer patients.The firm will provide genome sequencing and analysis to allow customized therapy options. Tempus will utilize a comprehensive database obtained from hundreds of breast cancer patients.
The data sets will then be subject to a machine learning and molecular sequencing process to enable doctors to make quicker decisions and offer personalized therapy options. The analysis will provide insights into patterns that will empower doctors to predict a patient’s response to specific treatments.Tempus is working on providing reliable data and the software technologies to help manipulate and analyze the data on demand. Besides working with the University of Chicago, the company is also in partnership with The Art Institute of Chicago, the University of Michigan and Rush University Medical Center among other organizations. This comes in the backdrop of increased need to adopt technology in the medical arena, which has not quite taken off.
Eric Lefkofsky is also associated with numerous companies such as Lightbank, a venture capital firm based in Chicago and Echo Global Logistics, a technology company with a focus on transportation systems and supply chain management. He co-founded the two companies with Brad Keywell. He also has interests in Uptake, a data analytics platform; Innerworkings, a marketing services company; and Mediaocean, a technology company serving advertising and media firms.Eric Lefkofsky is an active philanthropist through the Lefkofsky Family Foundation. He co-founded the non-profit together with his wife, Liz, in 2006. He is also associated with The Giving Pledge and World Business Chicago. He has written the book “Accelerated Disruption: Understanding the True Speed of Innovation” published in 2007. He also works for Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago.
During his professional career trajectory, Flavio Maluf passed several stages and areas before he finally became the president of Eucatex Brasil. Maluf joined the company in 1987. He was born in Brazil in 1961 and is a graduate in mechanical engineering from the Armando Álvares Penteado Foundation (FAAP). He worked and studied in the United States for one year before going back to his homeland.
Maluf started working in the trade section before he moved to the industrial department in 1996. During that same year, his uncle, who was the president of the Family owned business welcomed him to join the executive team of leaders who were responsible for running the business from the top. Due to his superb performance and a show of responsibility in running the operations of the Eucatex Group, the family members agreed to allow him to assume the presidency of Eucatex Group in 1997, a position he holds until today.
His major focus on the company has been about innovation and making heavy investments in launching new products in the segment. Throughout his reign as the company president, Maluf has been nurturing a process of modernization according to its management format. He always considers himself to be a present and consistent executive who is not centralizing in the execution of company projects.
Formed in 1951, Eucatex Group was the first company in Brazil to think of using environmental and acoustic comfort for producing plates and panels by using eucalyptus. Chapas Unit was its first factory built in Salto, Sao Paulo in 1954. The company started with producing acoustic linings before moving into insulation and acoustic sheets. Today, the company has expanded greatly and is a major supplier to renowned furniture manufacturers and large civil construction industries. Under the experienced leadership and guidance of Flavio Maluf, the company opened a plant in Botucatu City and another factory in Salto City in 2010.
Maluf believes in giving back to the society by participating individually in different charitable causes aimed at supporting the community that raised him since childhood. He has collaborated with the Hospital of Maternidade Ídio Carli, which is the former home of Santa Emília Health. http://eleicoesepolitica.com/vereador2016/vereador/MG/41114/43123/
Is it easy being a tech innovator? Probably not, but Eric Pulier has seemingly made a career out of doing so. Eric Pullier is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and published author who has worked in several different fields as a venture capitalist. Let’s take a look at a few of the major marks that Pulier has managed to hit during his career as an innovator in the tech world.
If you are going to start with Eric Pulier then you need to look into his entrepreneurial work. Pulier has founded at least 15 different start ups in the tech world, ranging in a variety of different genres and technologies. Pulier is probably most well known for his work with XPrize — a program that focuses on doling out prizes in competitions for people who push their potential to the limits. The XPrize Foundation has a host of big names on the Board of Trustees which includes Larry Page, James Cameron and Arianna Huffington. Amongst the largest of prizes given out was the Ansari X Prize which was awarded back in 2004 for advancements in spacecraft development.
Pulling back from Pulier’s work with the XPrize Foundation we can take a glance at his educational upbringing. Pulier studied at Harvard where he wrote for the Harvard Crimson while studying as a journalist. Pulier didn’t stick in Harvard upon graduation, instead moving into Los Angeles where he would go on to become the business prodigy that he is today.
Outside of the business world we have seen Pulier make a real difference, saving lives across the planet with his dedication to philanthropy. Pullier jumped into the philanthropic world by dedicating himself to fighting MS through the Multiple Sclerosis society. Pulier would go on to found his own educational platform that was designed to help others learn about the damaging effects of multiple sclerosis, and the medical options that existed today to fight it. Pulier has also done a bunch of work to help fight childhood diabetes, even creating a game to help young children understand their disease even more. These are just some of the strong choices that Pulier has made in the realm of philanthropy.