Our company was founded specifically to leverage the power of neurodiversity and all other aspects of diversity in solutions, engineering, and social perspective.
Shawn Fry created NeuroLogically, LLC. after 25 years as a successful executive and entrepreneur. He holds multiple patents and classified technologies related to data structure and transport, error correction, and maximum security across advanced networks. See more..
Shawn provides unique and creative solutions that are truly “outside the box” to those seeking innovation. After being diagnosed with Asperger’s at age 40, he found success in his professional career by actively engaging his neurodivergent strengths and maximizing the unique advantages provided by neurodiversity. See more..
In 2007, Shawn built and operated his own private data analytics company, Prevalent Health, which focused on healthcare information technology and managed secure data from hundreds of hospitals. He successfully sold his company to private equity in 2019 and joined Potentia™ where he built and oversaw Potentia Projects™ involving healthcare analytics, operational logistics, scalable technology infrastructure, security and compliance, and innovative thinking. See more..
Shawn is also the Founder and Chief Science Officer of the Neurodiversity Foundation and has almost 30 years of experience in developing and managing security data infrastructure. As a former Chief Information Officer and Compliance Officer at 3 different hospital systems, he still actively consults to this day.
Sanjay Rana has been innovating and designing enterprise-grade technical solutions and applications for the last 20 years. He has been instrumental in various ground-breaking solutions across the globe.
He has consistently proven his ability to understand end-user requirements and turnt hem into effective solutions, which is evident from his previous associations with companies like Futures Group International, Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, ELI Global and Prevalent Health to name few. He has been an effective technical leader, who has driven high-performing teams through successful projects.
Sanjay is a technical and subject-matter expert in designing and implementing healthcare and its support systems. He has designed and developed systems for both domestic and international audiences. He is very well versed in the compliance and regulatory standards of the healthcare industry, such as HIPAA, HL7, ICDs, and HITECH, to name few.
Over the years, Sanjay has been awarded and recognized for his contributions by various organizations that he has worked with. The systems he designed and developed have been adopted as national systems by countries such as Kenya and Uganda. His system was also awarded No.1 PMMS in field by CDC (Stockholm Challenge 2010).
Eliana Romero joined Neurologically as the Director of Research after spending 20 years investigating the genetic and biological aspects of various disease states at Baylor College of Medicine, Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania (CHOP), Johns Hopkins University, Children's National Hospital and several private laboratories. Her expertise was utilized to reconcile the clinical impact on anatomical mechanisms that are affected by both the disease and its treatment. As a pioneer in many aspects of this research, with a propensity for data analysis, she developed her skills as a biostatistician who avidly investigates both clinical and statistical aspects of any study or trial.
Dr. Romero holds a PhD in Molecular and Human Genetics from Baylor College of Medicine. She has worked with some of the top neurogeneticists in the world and has helped dozens of research hospitals, from local to national, from private to public, from new to research, to leaders in the field, improve their clinical research operations.
Sharena Rice, is a systems neuroscientist, cybernetician, and storyteller. Her positively contagious personality and perspective on life make her a highly sought-after partner and collaborator. Diagnosed with autism at 9 years old, Dr. Rice wrote a 45-page documentary on human behavior in middle school and volunteered in the emergency room and medical/surgical unit of the Simi Valley Hospital in high school. As an undergraduate, Dr. Rice studied biochemistry, philosophy, and psychology. She then moved to the University of Michigan, where she researched synaptic plasticity in cell cultures as a post-baccalaureate (NIH R25) and brain rhythms and neural circuits as a graduate student (Rackham Merit Fellow, NIH T32 recipient in Hearing Balance, and Chemical Senses, and Alternates List, NDSEG Fellowship).
She has guided teams in tech start-ups to make systems for situational understanding, leveraging principles of the natural world. Dr. Rice served as Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Intvo for over two years. This company uses computer vision for pedestrian behavior prediction as an automotive software solution. She is also an advisor to Valence Vibrations and Evolve Living Labs.
Sudhir Attri is an expert in cybersecurity and network administration with over 14 years of comprehensive knowledge in healthcare, financial and secure data infrastructure. With his diverse background in network security management, he brings the ability to strategize, design implement, migrate large and complex solutions in the domain of the cloud technologies (IAAS, PAAS, IAC, automation, security, network, CI/CD).