Committed to promoting healthy outcomes
Quadrant Biosciences Inc. is a collaborative effort led by company founder Richard Uhlig. Our management team has been carefully balanced to facilitate the ongoing development, testing and distribution of our products, and includes expertise in engineering, FDA regulatory compliance, production, marketing and sales. Our advisory board comprises highly regarded medical experts and data scientists.
Our Executive Team
Chief Executive Officer
With more than 25 years of business experience focused on the design and development of innovative products across various industries, Richard’s management capabilities range from ownership of regional retail businesses to the start-up and management of major corporate divisions with domestic and international product sourcing and sales experience. Previously, he was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Morgan Stanley Bank, the principal banking subsidiary of Morgan Stanley, and was the Chief Investment Officer at Merrill Lynch Bank. He held other significant posts in the financial industry and served as an Executive in Residence at Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. Richard is a graduate of Cornell University.
Vice President of Technology
Andrew brings a strong background in hardware design and development to the Motion Intelligence team. His career has included over 12 years in the defense industry working on sophisticated radar systems such as the DARPA FORESTER, the Army’s AN/TPQ-49, and radar antennas for drone helicopters. Andrew developed and holds patents on new technologies involving efficient heat transfer, and has a strong background in algorithm development having created algorithms for deep-sea underwater sensors and sports performance technologies. More recently, he has run his own engineering consulting business with a focus on commercial manufacturing and medical devices. Andrew received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Mathematics from Clarkson University.
Dr. Randall L. Carpenter
Executive Vice President - Clinical Development
Dr. Carpenter has over 30 years experience in primary care, academic medicine, basic science and clinical research, and pharmaceutical drug development. His experience in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries include Co-Founder, President and CEO of Seaside Therapeutics, President and CEO of Sention, VP of Clinical Research & Development and Regulatory Affairs at Adolor Corporation and member of Astra Pain Control’s Global Therapeutic Area Team. While in industry, Dr. Carpenter led translational medicine teams responsible for 8 successful IND submissions and dozens of GCP-compliant clinical trials. Prior to joining industry, he held academic faculty appointments at Virginia Mason Medical Center, the University of Washington and Wake Forest University where he specialized in anesthesiology, pain management and translational medicine.
Cynthia Dowd Greene
Executive Vice President—Operations
Cynthia has a track record of success in the healthcare industry, working with start-up companies and large multinational corporations. She worked for Bristol Myers Squibb for many years, where she was a member of the executive teams of the U.S. Oncology and Immunology Group and Technical Operations. Upon leaving Bristol Myers Squibb, Cynthia went on to help build several successful small companies. This path led her to join the Academic Medical Health Center at SUNY Upstate Medical University, where she worked with medical researchers and local start-up companies in the healthcare field. Cynthia received a BS in Chemical Engineering from Clarkson University and an MBA from the University of Connecticut.
Bryan brings to the Motion Intelligence team more than 10 years of experience in medical device operations, manufacturing, validation and new-product introduction at both large multinational and start-up corporations. He has a proven track record of successfully introducing Class I, II and III products at Life Technologies (Thermo Fisher Scientific), Pall Corporation and ImClone System (Eli Lilly). Most recently, Bryan was the manufacturing and operations leader during establishment and implementation of an FDA 21CFR820 compliant system at Rheonix, a medical device start-up. He received a BS in Chemical Engineering from Clarkson University.
Executive Vice President—Marketing
David has more than 25 years of business, research and legal experience. He recently produced two award-winning feature and documentary films and founded an MMA website and clothing company. David was the co-owner of a mixed-martial arts promotion company and co-owner and manager of a medical-device sales distribution company. Previously, he was a litigator at the firms of LeBoeuf, Lamb, Lieby & MacRae, and Nixon Hargrave Devans & Doyle. Earlier, he was a research biologist for the Cornell University Lab of Ornithology. David earned a BS from Cornell University and a JD from the University of Buffalo Law School, where he was a member of the Law Review.
Ben’s career in technology encompasses a wide breadth of expertise in software development, including enterprise web applications, cloud computing and human computer interaction. During his experience as both a senior developer and project manager, he led projects involving crowdsourced metadata curation, inventory control tools, and identity management solutions. Before coming to Quadrant Biosciences, Ben developed software for the federal statistical system and public opinion domain. He received his Master’s degree in Information Science from Cornell University.
Jeremy has developed software solutions in the financial sector, the GIS industry and in support of social science research for over 10 years. He has led projects related to complex systems integration, software security, metadata repository infrastructure and tools for research data analysis and dissemination. During Jeremy’s career, he has developed expertise in a variety of technologies, with a focus on information system architecture. He graduated with a Master’s degree in Information Science from Cornell University.
Director of Mobile Architecture
Dave’s career has spanned the spectrum of software development including enterprise, web, and mobile applications. While a senior developer, he led projects involving cloud computing, scalability, and internationalization. Prior to joining Quadrant Biosciences, Dave built iOS and Android applications supporting citizen science projects used by over 100,000 people globally in over 20 languages. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Medical and Scientific Collaborators
Dr. Steven Hicks
Dr. Hicks is an Assistant Professor of Academic General Pediatrics at Pennsylvania State College of Medicine, Hershey, PA. He is a physician scientist who studies the influence of genetics and the environment on pediatric diseases involving growth and neurodevelopment.
Dr. Christopher Neville
Associate Professor of Clinical Health Practices at SUNY Upstate Medical University, Dr. Neville has a clinical background as a physical therapist, treating patients with mild traumatic brain injury and various orthopedic conditions before completing his Ph.D. in Health Practice Research with a Biometrics focus. He has more than 50 peer-reviewed journal and conference publications, as well as a history of federal grant funding.
Dr. Anthony Petraglia, MD
Attending Neurosurgeon at Rochester Regional Health in Rochester, NY, Dr. Petraglia specializes in all aspects of spine and brain surgery. He has an extensive subspecialty experience in sports-related neurological injuries and is the Executive Director of the Rochester Regional Concussion Center.
Dr. Brian Rieger
Director of the Concussion Center at SUNY Upstate Medical University and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Psychology, Dr. Rieger specializes in concussion management and sports-related concussion.
Dr. Claudine Ward, MD
Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at SUNY Upstate Medical University, Dr. Ward is a clinician who specializes in acquired brain injury, including concussion and management of spasticity.
Dr. Frank Middleton
Dr. Frank Middleton is an Associate Professor in the Department of Neuroscience & Physiology, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology at SUNY Upstate Medical University. He is the founder and director of the SUNY Molecular Analysis Core facility, which specializes in next generation sequencing analysis, and has published more than 120 peer-reviewed articles and a dozen book chapters; he is a chief section editor for Behavioral Brain Functions and Frontiers in Genetics.
Data Management Collaborators
Dr. William C. Block
Director of the Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research (CISER) — home of the world’s most advanced environments for research with restricted social, economic and health data — Dr. Block has Special Sworn Status for working with restricted federal statistical data. Prior to Cornell, he spent nearly 20 years at the Minnesota Population Center.
We are located in the Institute for Human Performance at SUNY Upstate Medical University.