Olivier founded Qynapse in 2015 together with Clarisse, Urielle and Jean-Baptiste, and has served as its CEO since then. Before that, he worked for five years in the United States as Director of Strategy & Business Development for Merck Millipore, a division of Merck KGaA. He graduated from Toulouse Business School and Ecole Centrale Paris.
After graduating from a biomedical engineering school, majoring in informatics and imaging, Domitille joined Qynapse for her final year internship. Passionate about neurology and new technologies, she finds her role as R&D engineer very fulfilling. Her mission is to conceive medical image processing algorithms and to develop great web user interface.
Amicie graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne (EPFL). Then, she specialized in machine learning applied to neuroimaging during her PhD at the Université Paris-Saclay. She joined Qynapse in 2018 as a data science engineer, with the role to design algorithms for the diagnosis and prognosis of clinical evolution for patients suffering from central nervous system diseases.
QYNAPSE is a medical technology company that unlocks the potential of quantitative imaging and AI to optimize diagnosis, prognosis and longitudinal monitoring of patients for Alzheimer's and other neurological diseases.
Their mission is to transform how:
- patients are screened
- therapy efficacy is assessed
- health services are personalized
They continuously collaborate with eminent clinics and hospitals worldwide to develop comprehensive solutions that cover the entire therapy lifespan – from earlier patient selection to long term monitoring of results.
QYNAPSE was founded in 2015 and has been awarded in several innovation competitions, such as the Concours d’Innovation Numérique and the Concours Mondial d’Innovation.
Above all, Qynapse is looking for curious and dynamic people. Beyond the rigor and adaptability that this evolving work environment requires, they also attach great importance to enthusiasm and creativity.
No matter what the role (developer, data scientist, product manager, clinical engineer, etc.), everyone enjoys working on a team and are driven by the company's primary mission: more efficient clinical trials and therapies for better patient care.
They often organize gatherings outside of work hours, such as socializing at a local bar, restaurant, picnics, BBQs, escape games, etc.
And for the brave, lunchtime sports activities!