Paul Grosvenor is the Chief Technology Architect for Galileo Analytics. Paul has more than 30 years experience in data systems design and management. His specific expertise is focused on creating data system architectures that maximize speed, flexibility and accessibility of complex data, enabling real-time access to details within large volumes of aggregated data sets.
Paul has worked with and designed data systems for users in many industries, ranging from aviation to consumer goods and inventory management. He was instrumental in designing and managing the Cancer Research UK and the UK’s National Cancer Research Institute’s ONIX system (Oncology Information exchange), a web-based technology demonstrator which allowed researchers from around the world to interrogate the MetaData of other institutions to see what type of research those institutions were conducting and determine the potential for collaboration or prevent duplication of cancer research efforts.
The ONIX system looked across a number of portals which included the US National Cancer Institute, the NIH and NCRI’s CaBig, the National Tissue DataBank, CancerGrid, EBI, OnCore, PubMed, BioGrid (Australia).
Paul is a partner and co-founder of Optima Systems, a UK-based data management and networking company.
Simon is a knowledge engineer with 30 years experience in market research, data analytics and business intelligence within the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries.
Anna is the co-founder of Galileo Analytics, a visual data exploration and advanced data analytics company focused on democratizing access to and understanding of complex health data.
Gilgamesh is the lead programmer at Galileo Analtyics, playing a key role in each and every aspect of the design and implementation of the Galileo Cosmos™ system.