Conselho Administrativo e Conselho Técnico
Board of Directors
Founder, Chairman, President and CEO of dacadoo ag, dacadoo americas, inc. and dacadoo Japan G.K.
Peter has been involved in high-tech and bio-tech investments over the last 25 years and this had led to four IPO’s and multiple trade sells. Peter co-founded ASSET4, the world’s leading provider of extra-financial information, in 2004, which was sold to Thomson Reuters in November of 2009. Mr. Ohnemus previously held senior executive positions with Sybase, Logic Works, The Fantastic Corporation and COS – all of which went public during his tenure.
Mark B. Hoffman
Board member of dacadoo ag
Mr. Hoffman is member of the board of dacadoo ag. Mr. Hoffman is CEO of Oxygen-Finance in London and served as a Director of Eightfold Logic, Inc. and ON24, Inc. From 2005 to 2007, Mr. Hoffman was President and CEO of Everdream Corp., which he sold to Dell Computer Systems in 2007. From 1996 to 2004 he was Founder, Chairman, President and CEO of Commerce One, Inc. Before that, Mr. Hoffman served as Co-Founder, President, CEO and Chairman of Sybase from 1984 until 1995. Together with Dr. Bob Epstein they grew the company into the 5th largest software company globally at the time. Mr. Hoffman holds an MBA from University of Arizona and a B.S. in Engineering from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
Sanford R. Climan
Board member of dacadoo americas, inc.
Michael is a Principal at Rakuten Capital, based in the USA. He leads investments in international fintech and mobility startups. He has completed over 15 investment and M&A deals since joining Rakuten in 2014. Prior to Rakuten, Michael spent over 10 years in private equity and investment banking positions with firms in the USA, including H.I.G. Capital and Lehman Brothers. Michael earned his MBA at Duke University and his undergrad degree at Northwestern University.
Board member of dacadoo ag
Olav is Managing Partner of TempoCap and has been active in the venture capital industry for the past 20 years. In 2006, Olav co-founded TempoCap which was part of the Draper Venture Network from 2012 to 2016. Since its formation, TempoCap has acquired 11 portfolios of assets and closed multiple single assets transactions.
Between 2000 and 2004, Olav was a Managing Director of venture capital firm ETF Group and previously spent 6 years in investment banking at Enskilda Securities. Olav was educated at EM Lyon, France.
dacadoo works closely with a scientific and technical advisory board, composed of key opinion leaders in their specific field of expertise.
Prof. Dr. med. Thomas F. Lüscher
Medical Doctor and Cardiovascular Expert
Prof. Lüscher is Professor and Chairman of Cardiology at the University Hospital Zurich and Director of CardioVascular Research at the Institute of Physiology of the University Zurich, Switzerland. Professor Lüscher is a board certified internist and cardiologist with training in internal medicine at the University Hospital Zurich, cardiovascular physiology and cardiology at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., USA and in cardiology and clinical pharmacology at the University Hospital Basel, Switzerland. Prior to this, he was Professor of Pharmacotherapy at the University of Basel, then Professor and vice-chairman of cardiology at the Inselspital of the University of Bern, Switzerland. Professor Lüscher is Editor-in-chief of the European Heart Journal and he has published over 400 original research articles and review articles.
Prof. Dr. Richard Hurrell
Prof. Hurrell received his PhD in Nutrition from the University of Cambridge, UK in 1975. After a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Cambridge, he joined the Nestlé Research Laboratories in 1978, where he stayed until 1994 becoming Head of the micronutrient research group and coordinator for infant nutrition research, introducing stable isotope techniques to make metabolic studies in human volunteers. He became full Professor in Human Nutrition at ETH Zurich in 1994, introducing nutrition into the Food Science syllabus and teaching courses on nutrition and chronic disease and the nutrient requirements of different population groups. He was Head of the Institute of Food, Nutrition and Health from 2010-2012 and retired from ETH in 2012. His main research is focused on trace element and mineral metabolism using stable isotopes and long term feeding studies in human volunteers mostly in developing countries. He has more than 200 publications in the area of food fortification, factors influencing iron, zinc & calcium bioavailability, biofortification of staple foods, and most recently on nutrition and infection. He is a Board member of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) and International Life Science Institute (ILSI) and Editor of the International Journal of Vitamin and Nutrition Research.
Dr. Peter Pircher
Big Data Expert
Dr. Pircher received a MS in Math and a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Zürich in Switzerland. Following his studies he joined the department of Medical Information science of the University of California San Francisco, a leading medical research institution, for a 2 year postdoctoral fellowship. Once he left the University Peter founded a software tools company and worked for over 20 years in San Francisco and Silicon Valley as VP R&D and CTO for technology companies where he was instrumental in introducing model driven software development methods and tools. The focus of his work was to define architectures to build scalable systems. After joining a European Venture Capital fund he returned to Europe to manage the technology organizations of startup companies through IPO or trade sale. Peter currently leads an innovation Lab for the world’s largest provider of intelligent information for professionals. Besides numerous articles on software development methods and processes, Peter has also co-authored a book on data broadcasting.
Dr. Paul Windisch
CMO at dacadoo, oncology expert
Paul Windisch is a physician in radiation oncology at the Kantonsspital Winterthur where he leads a research group on computational imaging that received funding from the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) and Innosuisse. Following his studies at Heidelberg University where he did research at the German Cancer Research Center as well as at the Heidelberg Institute for Radiation Oncology (HIRO), he first joined the Radiation Oncology department at the University of Zurich before diving deeper into data science and switching to his current role. In addition to his clinical and research activities, he is an external lecturer at the ZAG in Winterthur as well as at the Brandenburg Medical School Theodor Fontane and teaches problem-based learning at the Faculty of Medicine at Bern University.