What if the power of the MRI scanner hasn’t been fully realized yet?
Currently, traditional MRI cannot capture the most complete picture of humanity’s worst medical conditions, including cancer, sometimes leading to unnecessary and costly surgeries. Quantitative MRI actualizes the true power of the MRI scanner so human health insights can be accurately and precisely diagnosed.
CaliberMRI provides robust QA/QC software and imaging phantoms, establishing the necessary qMRI calibration framework, so quantitative MRI can be implemented throughout the world.
The CaliberMRI Team
Founder & CEO
Bill Hollander is a self-educated scientific instrument maker and businessman who began his career in 1979 at JILA, a joint NIST/CU Boulder research institution. In 1993, Bill founded High Precision Devices with one employee. HPD has grown into a 60+ employee company, known worldwide for excellence in engineering and manufacturing of high-quality precision scientific instruments.
Sales and Operations Manager
Scout Ennis is a forensic and cultural anthropologist by training and a self-taught graphic designer and marketer. Scout attended CU Boulder to obtain her BA in anthropology and graduated Suma Cum Laude in 2016 after publishing work in Southwestern archeology and American cultural anthropology. From politics to art, Scout finds passion and curiosity in most subjects and has a great range of experience in many fields. Scout uses her diverse background in politics, anthropology, and marketing and applies it to her work at CaliberMRI. Currently, Scout heads sales, marketing, and operations at CaliberMRI.
Director of Business Development
Kevin Miller has over three decades of experience with advanced technology and business development and program management. At CaliberMRI, Kevin applies his scientific and business experience to the identification and development of new business opportunities, customer support, and strategic development.
Todor Karaulanov, Ph.D.
Todor Karaulanov, Ph.D. in Physics, is leading the development of CMRI’s QA/QC MRI platform and its introduction to clinical practice. Todor’s experience spans from research on atomic-based magnetic field sensors (IE/BAS, Bulgaria, and UC Berkeley) through the realization of the first ultra-low field MRI device based on atomic sensing technology (LANL) to the development of a unique platform/instrument for early specific cancer detection currently in use at the Imaging Physics Department of MDAnderson Cancer Center.
Jeff Corda has worked in manufacturing for over 30 years. He has managed the production of auto racing helmets for the Indy 500, the production of high-purity tungsten metal powder used in the semiconductor industry, and worked in pharmaceutical manufacturing. Jeff is an Assembly Technician at CaliberMRI.