Board of Directors
Scott F Schubert
Scott Schubert has spent his career in various leadership roles in the medical imaging device industry. His experience includes product management and development of more than 40 new imaging products, responsibilities for R&D, marketing, sales, service and manufacturing. In addition to his Arineta duties, Scott chairs the Advisory Council for the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Technology (SCCT) and is on the Lunit Executive Advisory Board. Scott previously represented GE Healthcare interests on the boards of HeartFlow and Prismatic Sensors. Scott holds a BS in Engineering from Harvey Mudd College, California, and an MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington, Seattle.
Mitchell I. Dolins
Mitchell I. Dolins has been a member of the Chicago Board of Trade since 1985 and a member of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange since 2001. Mr. Dolins trades derivatives on the US Treasury yield curve, eurodollars, foreign currencies as well as agricultural products. Mr. Dolins has been a prominent investor in Arineta since the Company’s establishment in 2006. He has also been an angel investor in several other development stage biomedical companies including BioSante Pharmaceuticals. Mr. Dolins received a BA in History from Vassar College and holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Dr. Jacob (Kobi) Richter, PhD
Dr. Jacob (Kobi) Richter is globally recognized for his innovation and vision in the cardiovascular field. He is a co-founder, Chairman of the Board and Chief Technology Officer of Medinol, a leading provider of interventional cardiology solutions. Prior to Medinol, Dr. Richter co-founded Orbotech, which develops and produces advanced equipment for inspecting and imaging circuit boards and display panels. He served as Orbotech’s head of product development and later as director of marketing and product development. Dr. Richter has worked as a post-doctoral and research fellow at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and brain research department of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and served as head of the research and development department for the Israeli Air Force. Dr. Richter has a PhD in Physiology and Pharmacology from the Sackler school of Medicine in Tel Aviv University.
Over the last four decades Moshe Yanai has repeatedly revolutionized the data storage world, which seeks to reliably store the data that continues to grow exponentially in a way that it can be quickly retrieved upon user request. The first revolution he led was at EMC2, which he joined in 1987 when this was a mid-size company manufacturing memory expansion units for the mini-computer industry. Moshe was the driving force behind the Symmetrix project that turned EMC2 into the leading provider of enterprise storage systems. He repeated his success after returning to Israel in 2003, founding and building a succession of successful companies in the data storage field. His creativity is reflected in the 40 patents that he holds in the field. Moshe has also contributed to the advancement of technology research at the Technion and elsewhere, and has assisted various Israeli high-tech companies. Several young engineers that he coached presently hold key positions in the Israeli high-tech sector.
Moshe’s unique contributions have been acknowledged by his appointments as both an EMC and an IBM Fellow. Also, in 2010, he was granted the prestigious IEEE Reynold B. Johnson Information Storage Systems Award.