Dave Beebe is President/CEO of Salus. Dave completed a PhD in Electrical Engineering (1994) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a 5 year NIH funded retraining in cancer biology (2004-2009). He has served on the faculty at Louisiana Tech University, the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and is currently a John D. MacArthur University Professor & the Claude Bernard Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His multidisciplinary academic research began in fundamental microfluidics and now includes cancer biology as well as clinical disease monitoring and diagnostics. Dave is a serial entrepreneur with 20 years of experience in a variety of companies and roles. He has authored over 200 peer reviewed journal publications that have been cited more than 25,000 times. Other active pursuits include yoga, running, motorcycling, bicycling, camping, backpacking and other adventures.
If you need something made, fabricated, or invented, John's your guy. He has a B.S. in Mechinical Engineering and PhD in Biomedical Engineering, both from University of Wisconsin - Madison. At Salus, he is Senior Engineerer, IT-Guy, and Webmaster. When John isn't at Salus, he's out looking for some new outdoor hobby.
Dr. Scott Berry is the Chief Scientific Officer of Salus. Scott completed a PhD in Mechanical Engineering (2008) and an MBA (2007) from the University of Louisville. Since then, he has been a Postdoctoral Fellow (2009-2011) and Research Scientist (2011-Present) in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. During this time at UW, Scott developed a research program focused on molecular diagnostics and global health. He is an inventor on 17 issued patents and patent applications, which include much of Salus’s IP portfolio. Scott has also authored over 30 peer reviewed journal publications. When not innovating, Scott enjoys biking, boating, and spending time with his wife and daughter.
Molly went from the west coast to the east coast then backtracked to the midwest, right here at Salus. After growing up in San Diego, she received a dual degree from University of Massachussets - Amherst in Animal Science and Environmental Toxicology and is currently pursuing a PhD from the University of Wisconsin - Madison Molecular and Environmental Toxicology Center. Molly brings an outside perspective from the otherwise engineering heavy background of our team. Outside of Salus, Molly enjoys gardening, animals, cooking, playing board games, experiencing nature, outdoor activities, science, learning, hanging out with friends