The Company has developed a low cost functional, novel point of care uroflow meter that will enable a Primary Care Physicians (PCP) as well as a urologists to deliver high quality, inexpensive LUTS care. The Stream Dx device is a small, self-contained portable device that patients can naturally void into in the comfort of their own homes. The flow rate and volume data collected by Stream Dx is wirelessly transferred to a mobile device and uploaded to a cloud server where a detailed frequency and voiding diary as well as a voiding score is generated and then integrated into a patient's electronic medical record for review by his PCP or urologist. The reports can be generated prior to an office visit, saving office and clinic time as well as being more convenient for the patient.
Brian Holt is the CEO of Stream Dx. He worked for Thermo Electron (now Thermo Fisher Scientific) where he was the CEO of one of the public subsidiaries. He also was the Chief Operating Officer of the parent and chaired the acquisition committee. A number of medical device companies were acquired during his tenure as chairman.
Scott McClellan is the CTO with degrees in bioengineering from UCSD and University of Utah. He has more than 25 years of professional engineering experience, with more than 10 years experience as a testifying expert engineer. He has several successful startup companies to his credit. In addition to his work with Stream Dx, Mr. McClellan has recently assisted with or driven various startup entities including Intelliaire, 4DQC, Cell Aware Group and GDC.
Dr. Andy Southwick is an Associate Professor of Urology at the University of Utah and is the Chief of Urology at the Salt Lake Veterans Administration Hospital. He has a clinical practice that focuses exclusively on LUTS. He also has a research and clinical program that focuses on identifying and quantifying LUTS in order to optimized cost efficient care of this condition.
Dr. Jim Hotaling is an Assistant Professor of Urology at the University of Utah and has received a number of research grants and has several patents. He has several NIH grants, has performed numerous trials for validating and development of new technology and has a faculty appointment that allows significant time for research.
Alvin Le is a Bioengineer and holds a Bachelor's of Science Biophysics degree from Whitworth University and a Masters in Bioengineering from the University of Utah. Alvin's contributions to Stream Dx include design of capacitive sensors, design of electrical circuitry, setting up communication protocols for wireless Bluetooth data transfer, development of microcontroller firmware, and development of the Stream Dx Android app.
Kent Ogden is a Bachelor's degree candidate in Biomedical Engineering in May 2015. He has worked on multiple medical device projects including his senior research project on catheter extrusion which became a full engineering project. Kent has 2.5 years of R&D intern experience at Bard Peripheral Vascular, a large medical device company.