The Team

Staff

Jean-Marc Peyrat 
PhD, MBA

CEO & Co-founder

Jean-Marc is a medtech entrepreneur and scientist with more than 10 years experience in top-tier academic and insutrial research labs in medical imaging.

He graduated from HEC Paris earning a MBA with specialization in entrepreneurship.

Loïc Cadour

Lead Software Developer

Loïc is an R&D engineer with more than 5 years experience in software develoment for medical imaging. He has been a key member of the MUSIC research project (IHU Liryc & Inria) before joining inHEART. 

Bruno Soré

Lead Case Analyst

Bruno is a MRI & CT technician with more than 15 years experience in cardiac imaging. He has also been a teacher to educate and train prospective MR & CT technicians. For more than 3 years, he has been a key member of the MUSIC research project (IHU Liryc & Inria) before joining inHEART. 

Dave Robinson

US Market Development Consultant

Dave has been involved in the cardiac electrophysiology community for more than 25 years and has considerable experience with product development in mapping and ablation techniques of complex circuits, and assisting with introduction of emerging technology to clinicians in the US and beyond.

Scientific Advisors

Pierre Jaïs 
MD

Scientific Advisor & Co-founder

Pierre is a cardiologist at the University Hospital of Bordeaux with more than 25 years experience in cardiac electrophysiology. He was a pioneer in cardiac catheter ablation. With more than 600 publications, he is clearly a key opinion leader in his field.

He is also the co-director of IHU Liryc.

Hubert Cochet 
MD, PhD

Scientific Advisor & Co-founder

Hubert is a radiologist at the University Hospital of Bordeaux with more than 15 years experience in cardiac imaging.  His research focused on the structure-function relationship in cardiac arrhythmias using imaging.

Maxime Sermesant 
PhD

Scientific Advisor & Co-founder

Maxime is a computer  scientist at Inria with more than 15 years experience in cardiac modeling, medical image analysis and machine learning. With more than 150 publications, his research  helped to personalize cardiac models from clinical data, especially imaging.