Soura co-founded Lattice in September 2014. He focuses on process-centric design thinking. From 2012 to 2014, Soura led Technology Development & Human Resources at Glocal Healthcare. While at Glocal, Soura started up a 100-bed hospital in a semi-urban area, improved hospital processes for 5 locations, developed training & skilling content for frontline health workers, and built India's first clinical decision support system for use by General Practitioners. His prior work includes clinical research with international centers of excellence such as MD Anderson (Houston, TX), Mt. Sinai (New York, NY) and Mass General Hospital (Boston, MA). He started his career in the consumer goods space with ITC Limited. Soura holds a B.Tech in Chemical Engineering from IIT Kharagpur, and an MBA (High Honors) from Harvard Business School.
Sahil specializes in biomedical engineering and hardware development. As CTO, he leads the hardware design & development process, and manages a network of over 100 component vendors that feed into Lattice's prototyping activities. Sahil has developed 14 functional device prototypes in the past 5 years, across industry and academia. Sahil co-founded Delhi Makers, Delhi/ NCR's first maker space, a community with over 200 participants who collaborate on prototyping and "making" articles ranging from usable cardboard furniture to 3D printers. He has worked in orthopedics, diabetes and cardiovascular care, to develop prototypes of portable and wearable devices. Sahil holds a Bachelor’s in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Utah, and a Master’s in the same discipline from Cornell University.
Lattice in the News
This $100 CPAP Prototype could save lives in Uganda and India | MedTech Boston |
Affordable healthcare technologies for rural India | The Hindu
Audio: Strangers at CAMTech Hack-a-thon Found Lattice Innovations, India’s Design Factory | CAMTech Chats | Feb 2019
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