Quantified Citizen is a proprietary mobile health research platform that allows professional and amateur researchers to design and deploy studies to collect anonymous health data in the form of validated psychological surveys, validated active tasks for cognitive function, visual acuity, motor capabilities/dysfunction, visuospatial memory and executive function, as well as passive health data via Apple Health and Google Fit, including sleep, fitness, heart rate, etc. We make scientific research accessible by modernizing the process.
We empower citizen scientists and professional researchers to easily participate and create their own scientific studies, building a movement towards more timely insights into the latest health research.
Kalin is an entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in technology across various disciplines. He has co-founded and held leadership positions at startups in the green building and automotive industries, and built software projects for medical, solar energy, and civil rights organizations. Prior to Quantified Citizen he bootstrapped and led a nutraceutical company.
Eesmyal is an entrepreneur with a mission to invent solutions to wicked problems through technology and social innovation. He has cofounded 8 ventures in a variety of areas including: green building, coworking, locative media, civic engagement, education, software, and research. He is entering the next chapter of his career with a focus on accelerating innovation in health research through Quantified Citizen.
Delano is a technology industry veteran with 20 years of experience in software engineering, product management, and leadership. Prior to joining Quantified Citizen, Delano was VP Engineering at Greenspace Mental Health. He focused on major projects, devops, and mentorship as well as the management and data processing of standardized, research-based mental health assessments. He is a 2011 alumnus of the Montréal-based accelerator Founder Fuel.
Casey has spent his career combining emerging technologies with content and product.His curiosity led him to Secret Location, fresh off of winning the first Emmy for Virtual Reality, where he managed Vusr, Secret Location’s white label virtual reality distribution product. He helped lead a multi-disciplinary team through the development, launch and growth of the platform, and worked with names such as The New York Times, Discovery & CBC to launch their virtual reality and mobile apps. Casey left Secret Location to join the founding team of Transitional Forms, an innovation studio focused on artificial intelligence. Casey led operations and strategy of the company through projects involving reinforcement learning, text generation and generative music.
Sanjana is an empathic and experienced UX designer with a clear charter: to create simple, intuitive, and delightful experiences. She is especially passionate about exploring the intersection of technology and psychedelics, and is proud to join the QC team on its mission to actualize groundbreaking insights in spaces unknown. Sanjana graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a B.S. in Psychology and Human Computer Interaction, and currently lives in Oregon.
Joey Rootman is a Doctoral student in the clinical psychology program at the University of British Columbia – Okanagan Campus. He moved to the Okanagan after completing his undergraduate education in Psychology at the University of British Columbia – Vancouver campus. Joey’s primary research interest surrounds the therapeutic use of cannabis and psychedelics within the context of mental health, but he has contributed to projects across a diverse array of psychological research from neurobiology to human sexuality. Outside of the lab, Joey is heavily involved with the Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy and loves to combine his interests in photography and music by occasionally working as an event photographer.
Sarah received her MSc in Neuroscience from UBC, then decided to step out of the lab and into nature and more human interaction. Inspired by work in harm reduction, a resurgence of psychedelic research, and the buzz around microdosing, she switched her focus to her long-time interest in psychopharmacology. She worked with Quantified Citizen to get the 10,000+ participant microdosing study off the ground in 2019. When not working, she can usually be found in the mountains around Whistler with her bike, snowboard, or dancing shoes.