Abhi is the Co-Founder and CEO of Fracture, having started the Company while a senior at the University of Florida. During undergrad, his entrepreneurial experience stemmed from working as a research analyst for 3 years at Optima Neuroscience, an early-stage med-tech startup that was later acquired by Tucker Davis Technologies. He assisted in the early development of their real-time EEG analysis software and conducted epilepsy research focusing on seizure detection and prediction systems. He also was a member of the NASA/Mars Phoenix Mission Research Team, where he worked to improve the accuracy of color-calibration targets on the Phoenix craft. His research focused on improving the flexibility and conductivity of thin-film polymer substrates used in a diverse array of commercial applications. Abhi’s startup experience and diverse background have been critical in his role at Fracture as he has led all fundraising, finance, and operational efforts while setting the vision for Fracture’s brand, culture and future. Under his leadership, Fracture has grown from less than $1M in 2013 to $20M+ in revenue in 2019 while being cash flow positive and profitable for the past 3 years. Abhi holds a B.S. in Integrative Biology from the University of Florida.
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