SimX’s software replaces your physical simulation mannequins with a customizable, high-definition, 3D virtual patient that can be projected anywhere. Whether obese, pregnant, young, old, vomiting, missing limbs, bleeding, or expressing any number of other physical signs and symptoms, SimX’s software allows you to reproduce patient presentations with unprecedented visual fidelity.
SimX’s cases can be run anywhere you can imagine. An ED, operating room, clinic, grocery store, patient’s home, even a moving helicopter! You can run a case set in the middle of the freeway, complete with burning wreckage. If it can be done in a modern video game, it can be done in the SimX case system.
SimX allows up to 4 trainees to work around the same virtual patient, completely wirelessly. You can combine systems to have even more players working together, even if they’re located across the world from each other. Sets up anywhere in less than 10 minutes. Turn any space into a sim center in minutes.
The SimX system works on the VR systems you already have. Whether on Gear VR, Sixense, or the HTC Vive SimX cases work seamlessly across all major platforms. Cases can be designed in VR or AR so you can train in the space where you work. The SimX team is committed to making sure the system remains compatible with cutting edge VR technology as it emerges.
Ryan Ribeira is the CEO of SimX, emergency medicine physician, and clinical instructor at Stanford Medical School. He is a member of the Board of Trustees for the American Medical Association, and a previous member of the Board of Trustees for the California Medical Association, and CALPAC. He got his BS in Business Management from Brigham Young University, his MD from the UC Davis School of Medicine, and his Masters in Healthcare Policy and Management from Harvard.
Karthik is the CTO of SimX and a clinical augmented intelligence researcher at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. He is a former member of the Board of Trustees of the American Medical Association and the California Medical Association, and currently sits on the CMA's Subcommittee on Health Information Technology. Karthik is an alumnus of the California Institute of Technology, and co-founded SimX in 2013 while enrolled in the MD-PhD graduate program at UCLA.
Sri is a practicing physician, working as part of the highly esteemed UCSF-SFGH Emergency Medicine Residency program, and he brings his eclectic educational and work experiences in both engineering and medicine to the SimX team. Sri completed his Bachelor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering degree at Cornell University in three years, graduating Summa Cum Laude and winning the Sibley Prize for graduating at the top of his MAE class.
Adam Dougherty is a practicing Emergency Physician at Sutter Medical Center in Sacramento, CA. He received his MD from the UC Davis School of Medicine, and his Master of Public Health (MPH) with a concentration in Global Health Leadership from the University of Southern California. He has held multiple leadership and advisory roles in the public and private sector, and has published extensively on health care issues at the local, state, and national levels.
Jason is an expert Web and App developer with experience and training in most front end and back end languages. He’s comfortable in both start-up and enterprise environments, having served as a UX Specialist for SolutionStream, one of the largest digital development companies in Utah.
Jonathan is an engineer with a passion for solving difficult problems in healthcare and biotech. He earned a Ph.D. in Bioengineering from UCLA, where he developed tools for measuring physical and biochemical phenotypes of single cells. He is currently working towards an M.D. at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. Previously, he worked on ultra-fast fluorescence imaging and sorting of single cells at Omega Biosystems and Becton Dickinson Biosciences.
Tyler Andre is a board certified emergency physician practicing at the Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Eastern Washington. He serves as clinical faculty for the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University. He earned his MD from the UC Davis School of Medicine and his BS in Exercise Science at Brigham Young University. Tyler has a love for entrepreneurship and has helped start 3 small businesses. He enjoys fly fishing in both virtual and physical reality.
Chris is a self described “computer nerd”, and has wide-ranging technical skills, from server-side coding, to game design, to mobile hardware. The breadth of his skills is matched by the breadth of his experience, which includes stints working for Munera, LLC, Dragon Forged Software, and FamilySearch, among others.