Eric Luellen is the Cofounder & Chief Executive Officer of Bioinformatix LLC, the developer of Rx&You, the world’s first comprehensive cloud-based AI platform for medication adherence, drug safety, and care coordination.
Eric holds a Master of Science degree from Northwestern University in Health Informatics, where his thesis developed a new generalized method to predict future health states via machine learning analysis of genomes, and a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, specializing in Economics, from American University. He completed 44 credit hours at Harvard University, including genomics, virology, infectious disease, neurobiology, and epidemiology, a Fellowship in E-commerce at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, and 10 certificates in technology, negotiations, and business at Caltech, Columbia Business School, MIT’s Sloan School of Management, Harvard Law School and the Wharton School.
In 2016, Eric was a global finalist for the C3 Prize at Stanford MedX and the World Technology Award in Health and Medicine. He is a serial entrepreneur and has worked in or traveled to over 30 countries and presented at Startupbootcamp, SLUSH & Health 2.0. Eric is married, has three daughters, and resides in Boston, Massachusetts.