Loss of mobility is a growing unmet need. FeetMe for the first time in the world will be the trustworthy partner for mobility specialists and patients to improve mobility with smart active wearables and collect key objective information to make life impacting therapeutic decisions.
We are passionate about mobility, rehabilitation, digital health and technology.
Our team of engineers, clinicians, designers is dedicated to mobility care. Our goal, help physicians and patients manage disease and keep walking better.
Co founder & CEO
Following his studies at Ecole Polytechnique and UC Berkeley, Alexis started FeetMe to discover strong unmet clinical needs within rehabilitation. Starting form sensors design up to market access, Alexis has lead the different stages of the company within strong regulatory constraints.
Alexis has built a team of 15 engineers, with broad expertise, ranging from physics to signal processing and biomechanics. He has set up a strong tech culture, including a focus on testing.
In a matter of months, Alexis has learned to speak a clinician’s language and has built the solid relationships that are crucial to successful medtech innovation.
After finishing his PhD in quantum electronics, Andrey took charge of technical developments at FeetMe. He combines a solid scientific background with an expertise in various manufacturing processes as well as product design and industrialization. Andrey has spent few years in China, working on several FeetMe products and has a significant insight into the region's industrial ecosystem.
Andrey likes to spend his spare time expanding his knowledge on various topics from music to languages to psychology and philosophy.
Caroline, 48, joined FeetMe in January 2019 as Chief Operating Officer with 10 years of experience in Medical Device Development as Product and Program Manager. Before that she was a Development Engineer and an Application Engineer for various technologies applied to biotech or pre-clinical subjects. She’s a PhD in Physics, with a “Physics-Biology Interface” specialty, from Paris University. Running interdisciplinary programs and teams to develop biotech or medtech technology is the true driver of her career.
After 10 years of clinical practice as a Neurologist and Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine specialist in a University hospital in Paris, Olivier joined the pharmaceutical industry in 2010. Olivier spent 6 years in Germany at Merz Pharmaceuticals as director of global Medical affairs. Then, He held a similar position at Medday Pharmaceuticals and at Biogen France successively. Olivier joined FeetMe in November 2019 as Chief Medical Officer. Through his strong medical expertise, his experience in the pharmaceutical industry and his special interest in disability care, Olivier dedicates his energy to provide healthcare professional, pharmaceutical and academic partners with adapted, validated and meaningful tools to improve evaluation and treatments of patients. Olivier holds a PhD of Neuroscience obtained at the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA ).
Graduated from Ecole Polytechnique et UPMC, Piao joined the team after the final internship study. She is interested in the innovation and technology aspect of the project. She has a solid professional competence to understand sensor development challenges as well as other technical subjects.
For 15 years, Valentin has occupied various positions within design department in the medical field, especially in diagnosis and rehabilitation of balance disorders or surgical and laboratory equipment. Evolving alternatively in start-ups and worldwide companies in the medical industry dedicated to patients and research, Valentin joined FeetMe to manage the design and the manufacturing of FeetMe devices
Embedded Software Engineer
Graduate engineer from INSA Rennes, Quentin joined the team after his end of studies internship at FeetMe. Quentin quickly got interested in embedded systems, and he oriented his education and internships toward this speciality. With his multidisciplinary education, Quentin has an extended knowledge which allows him to understand the challenges of the other technical domains, in electronic design and signal processing for example. At FeetMe, he works mostly on the embedded software of the FeetMe insoles, to improve the efficiency of the product taking into account the problems of memory and autonomy.
Lead iOS Developper
Graduated from the university of Cergy-Pontoise, specialising with embedded systems, Romain joined the team after a first experience in the medical sector on diabetes. Passionate about Apple’s devices and IoT objects, he is responsible for the iOS applications development.
Quality & Regulatory Affairs Engineer
Straight out of a general biomedical degree at the ESIGELEC engineering school, after an internship in image processing and machine learning in Argentina, and a quality assurance internship at FeetMe, he was recruited to be in charge of quality assurance at FeetMe. His skills as an engineer specializing in biomedical allow him to understand all the technical aspects of the business. He particularly enjoys interacting with people, and learning every day from others.
Verification & Validation Engineer
Looking for a job that makes sense to him, Raphaël chose to specialize in the biomedical field during his engineering studies at ECE Paris. Such an opportunity was given to him by FeetMe for an internship in verification and validation. He took it and then was hired to lead the tests on the insoles. Open minded, curious and trained to various disciplines, Raphaël interacts with all the actors of the project to ensure the respect of all the specifications, whether they are technical or regulatory.
Legal officer, HR & financial
Céline joined Feetme in September 2019 as Legal, Financial, HR Manager. She enjoyed managing those topics with the CFO in her former job in a medical device company. Previously, Céline worked in legal positions in the construction industry and also as a freelance legal translator. She has a master of private law and studied English. She completed her training with a master degree in business administration in order to actively participate in the life of a company.
Thomas Mariaux has graduated from the EPITA in 2015 with a major on embedded systems. He joined the team at early stage with end of studies project and worked and all versions of FeetMe software interfaces (FeetMe one, backend). He is the one that makes the data collected live and and visual.
He has a special interest to create a simple and fluid experience while presenting relevant information. Thomas is also working on tools to help the development in the team and create faster processes.He is now leading the software development.
Sabine, a graduated pharmacist, started her career a at Air Liquide, a home healthcare provider. She was in charge of the marketing for the respiratory sales representatives. Sabine loves being in contact with patients, health professionals in order to discover unmet medical needs and build solutions to answer them. Sabine joined FeetMe as a product manager, her main function is to assure that FeetMe products meet the needs of their consumers.
Sabine is also a very dynamic person who likes to interact with others!
Damien has started its carreer as a hardware engineer at Parrot developping highly integrated consumer electronic products such as wireless Hi-Fi systems, drones and gimbals. Damien joined the FeetMe Team to work on groundbreaking-technology-based products that make a positive impact on people's lives. He designs and validates embedded electronics and production test benches.
Damien has an expertise in the development of new biomarkers applied to nervous system diseases. During his PhD, he had an interest in the correlation between quantified histological analysis to imaging biomarkers such as MRI. The digital and ecologic biomarkers offer new opportunities to follow continuously the disease evolution and over long periods. Improving patient diagnosis by combining digital biomarkers with immune, genomic or imaging biomarkers is a promising challenge. As Lead Data Scientist in FeetMe, he proposes new predictive biomarkers because we believe that patient must be involved each day during his recovery period.
Guillaume Ly Tang
Embedded Software Engineer
Guillaume started his career by developping embedded software for motors and gimbals at Parrot Drones before joining the FeetMe Team. Guillaume's main function is the development of the FeetMe insoles embedded software. His broad knowledge and understanding across multiple disciplines such as data science, electronic hardware design and much more, allows him to work with ease with every member of the FeetMe Team. He makes sure the insole can integrate as much intelligence as possible and maintain sufficient autonomy.
Clinical affairs project engineer
Leila Farid, recently graduated from Telecom Physique Strasbourg, is specialised in healthcare information technologies. Passionate about healthcare and innovation, she wants to be a part of the change in healthcare system. After a specialization in signal processing at Poytechnique Montreal, Leila joined FeetMe as an intern. Leila Farid is now the clinical affairs project manager. Her main function is to follow clinical studies from writing protocols to data analysis through clinical investigation.
Independant board member
As a successful health industry intrapreneur, François has a broad experience in Medtech, Digital and Pharma, spanning from research, development, quality& regulatory to business strategy and strategic partnership. He has a passion for healthcare and its mission to improve people's lives and he is very committed to making a long-lasting impact in the organizations he serves.
Through excellent communication and relationship with inventors, investors, team members and key medical opinion leaders, in an international and extremely dynamic environment, Anne strives to accelerate market access for innovative medical devices. Anne is partner at MD start.
PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Angers and an MS in Finance and Innovation management from Masternova – AgroPariTech. After his PhD, Alain started his own company, D-Genos in 1995, dedicated to the development of molecular (PCR based) assays for food and vegetable applications. He joined Bio-Rad France in 2001, as R&D Manager for the development of a range of IVD PCR assays. After the launch of the first products in 2011, he joined Astra Zeneca UK, as Diagnostic Team Director. Alain joined Kurma Partners in January 2015 as Partner for the Kurma Diagnostics fund.
Philippe joined LBO France in early 2018 after a distinguished career in healthcare venture capital in the US. He started his business career in 1987 in the pharmaceutical industry, with Sandoz Pharmaceutical US affiliate and in 1993 he joined The Boston Consulting Group as a Manager. He has made numerous marquis name investments in the digital health sector over the years (such as ePocrates, Spotfire and Truveris) as part of his broader investments activities, first at The Sprout Group which he joined in 1995, and then with New Leaf Venture Partners. In his role of Managing Director he led the spin-off of NLV from Sprout in 2005 and then the fundraising effort of 4 funds totaling over $1billion. He has investment and board experience across all stage of growth of companies, from start up to public and small buy-outs. Philippe earned an MDPhD degree from University Paris V and an MBA from Columbia University.