About PhysioCue

PhysioCue’s Mission: To provide innovative, immediate wellness therapies
that enable patients to live healthier, happier, and longer lives.

About PhysioCue, Inc.

PhysioCue, Inc. is a three-year-old consumer digital health and therapy device company located in the heart of Silicon Valley. PhysioCue devices empower people with high blood pressure to live healthier, happier and longer lives.

We have developed an innovative, non-invasive approach to thermo-neuro-stimulation of the nervous system for immediate and sustainable hypertension reduction therapy management that combines our patented BP Bio-sensor (PPG & ECG) technology.

PhysioCue's therapy devices are portable, rechargeable, efficient, safe and user-friendly and have none of the side effects associated with anti-hypertension drugs. By providing the right information, tools, and support at the right time, we provide our customers and their caregivers with real-time, personalized insights to make hypertension reduction and monitoring manageable.
Simon Yi, CEO
Simon is a serial entrepreneur, investor and executive with a unique combination of product vision, technical depth, and start up expertise. His passion is to build a quality product and experience from the ground up. Simon enjoyed and has hands on experienced in building revenue companies from scratch. Simon's career began at HOYA Corporation, U.S.A.
Bruce Burlington, MBA, CFO
Bruce has worked with entrepreneurs to launch and ramp-up medical technology companies since 1990, after a career in international banking, and formed Burlington Ventures. Prior to those, Bruce had a 15-year career in international commercial, investment and private banking with Citicorp, First Chicago Limited, and PRIVATbanken A/S. He received his MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Michael Muller, Chief Business Development Officer
Mike Muller has fifty year of design, business development, start up and funding ventures experience. Mike built and managed manufacturing plants domestically and internationally, employed as many as 1,500 in computer peripherals and software space. Mike built first keyboards for Steve Jobs' Apple II followed by monitors, printers and online services in support of Apple's product line. Mike is creative, inventive and loves to produce art works.
Rosh Vora, PhD, VP of Clinical Affairs
Dr. Vora has designed, managed, supervised and completed multiple international clinical trials for Phase 1 through Phase 4 studies with successful outcomes. His expertise also extends to the fields of pharmacovigilance and drug safety, pharmacology, and therapeutic innovation. Dr. Vora obtained his BS Degree from the University of Michigan and his MS and PhD Degrees in Pharmacy from the University of Maryland.