How We Got Here
With OniX innovative technology, we strive to enhance our users’ every day experiences to spur innovation through partnerships. Founded in 2018, our incredible team of engineers, programmers, designers and marketing experts have worked tirelessly to bring OniX to the forefront of the industry.
In order to provide excellent solutions, we dedicate time and resources to continuously collect data, research the market needs and our users’ habits and motives to create partnerships. We have, and will continue to work tirelessly to become the technological standard, providing data, advance analytics and insights which industry leaders not only approve of, but also depend on. Get in touch to learn more and become part of the OniX Community of Members and Partners.
What We Do
The Possibilities Are Endless:
Building Communities of Innovation and Impact
Smart solutions are at the core of all that we do. OniX's main goal is finding smart ways of using technology that will facilitate research partnerships to build a better tomorrow for everyone, everywhere. OniX is at the intersection of innovation, bringing universities, other not-for profit research organizations, the community and industry to work collaboratively to advance ideas to market. Universities are where innovation is happening around the globe, and where the big questions are being asked. The community has the on-ground knowledge of their challenges and needs to be addressed, and industry has the know-how of how to translate ideas to market.
OniX aggregates the Research Ecosystem
All Ideas have an impact
OniX accepts ideas from a wide spectrum of research, including: Health Sciences, Biotechnology, Medical Devices, Agriculture, Energy, Space, Transportation, Climate Change, Food and Nutrition, Farming, Fisheries, Social Sciences, Public Health, Artificial Intelligence, Software/Hardware, and others.
Universities Research Enterprise
Knowledge and Innovation
OniX aggregates the entire research knowledge enterprise including (1) Funded Grant Applications, (2) Unfunded Grant Applications, (3) Startups and Incubators projects, (4) Intramural Funded Projects, (5) Technology Transfer Assets and (6) Others. These includes assets at the discovery, preclinical and clinical stage, and products in the market.
Bringing technologies to market
OniX works with industry to showcase their areas of interest, assets/products for partnering, and others. Industry assets include all stages from discovery to Phase IV.
Private Foundations & Charities
OniX partners with private foundations to include their funded and unfunded projects in the hub. Foundations assets are mainly at the the discovery, preclinical and some at the clinical stage.
Advancing discovery and innovation
OniX includes funded grants and technology transfer assets from global research government funding agencies, i.e., US National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, Canada Institutes of Health Research, EU Commission, UK Medical Research Council, Australia National Health and Medical Research Council, Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development and others. Government assets include from discovery to Phase 3.
Share the knowledge
OniX Includes publications from over 30 thousands journals
OniX Includes patents from over 100 offices globally
Testing new treatments
OniX includes clinical trials from over 200 countries
News that matters
OniX proprietary algorithm scan the research news landscape daily and matches it to targets of interest
The OniX Team
+25 years of experience in academia and private foundations including Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, Weill Cornell Medicine, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Hospital for Special Surgery, NYU School of Medicine, JDRF (previously Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation), the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) and Leidos.
OniX Empire Fund - Founder/CEO
The Lay Empowered - Founder
OnPAR - Founder
Leidos Life Sciences - Director
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) - Founder/Director
JDRF - COO of Research Department
New York University School of Medicine - Director
Hospital for Special Surgery - Associate Director
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center - Manager
Weil Cornell Medical College - Faculty
Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, Research Associate
Chief Technology Officer
Result-minded executive focused on increasing the value of the organization through rigorous strategic planning, business process engineering and effective cost management. Excels in fostering growth in business through meticulous profit & loss management, forming strategic alliances and tactical leadership. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, highly effective across all organizational levels.
Transformed and set new standards for the use of Information Technology in the largest and most influential health department in the country (New York City)
Created and held key senior executive positions in both public and private sectors and drove business growth through strategic thinking, rigorous planning and execution, innovation and change