RefleXion Team

We believe each and every day at RefleXion is an opportunity to transform cancer treatment and impact the lives of millions of patients around the world.

We are a world-class team of innovative, creative, dedicated and collaborative people who enthusiastically support this mission, and we want like-minded individuals to join us!

Leadership Team

Staff Spotlight

Joe Stark Electrical Systems Engineer

Why RefleXion?

After I started, a founder explained the business plan to me, including sales aspects, with detail I had rarely heard at prior companies. This sort of mutual trust is the norm at RefleXion. Everyone is technically talented, but also personable and welcoming; the camaraderie is palpable and amplified by seeing our novel radiotherapy system become more functional. My goal is to support the engineering team with functional, safe, and reliable electronics. Essential to this are candid engineering discussions.

Jenny Suwan, Ph.D. Principal Quality Engineer

What aspect of your role do you enjoy the most?

The collaborative spirt at RefleXion is inspiring; I enjoy interacting and working with different teams, at all levels. We have a unique, passionate culture where people channel that passion into action and innovation.

Tell us about your background before RefleXion.

I have held medical device engineering leadership positions including failure analysis engineer, process engineer, design assurance engineer, and quality engineer, and have contributed to products such as implantable pacemakers, defibrillators, drug device combination products, robotic catheterization, and surgical robotic systems.

Jefferson Coelho Ph.D. Principal Software Engineer

What attracted you to RefleXion?

During the interview process, I was impressed by the technical strength of the team; there was no doubt in my mind they would deliver and bring the system to market. Since I started, I have enjoyed the collaborative work environment. My main motivator is to help to create a new treatment that helps people cope with cancer. Helping has always been a priority to me, and it’s nice to know that my place of work shares those values.

Bijumon Gangadharan Senior Software Systems Engineer

Why RefleXion?

I value RefleXion’s technology as a game changer in for radiotherapy that will benefit a new set of patients who could not have previously had radiotherapy. I think it’s a great opportunity for me to learn from a highly talented, qualified team. RefleXion inspires me every day. I love working on software systems that can bring a highly complex treatment device to clinical use to manage cancer in a new way. Amazing people work here, and you can feel the positive, energized atmosphere.

Sonia Patel Quality Engineer

What attracted you to RefleXion?

When I learned about RefleXion and their mission to revolutionize cancer care, I knew this was something I wanted to be a part of. What made me fall in love with the company, was the team. Each person brings technical expertise, creativity, dedication, and humility to their work. We share goals, so we know we can trust and lean on each other to solve problems. I learn something new every day and am grateful to be part of this extraordinary team.

Layton Hale, Ph.D. Principal Mechanical Engineer

Why RefleXion?

I have been fortunate to work on significant projects which rest on a great idea built upon by countless good ideas and ultimately made real by the knowledge and skill of teams of teams. Success or failure often comes down to the commitment of the organization more so than the determination of the team. I wouldn’t be at RefleXion had my previous companies demonstrated more commitment. I was attracted to RefleXion by a great idea and genuine commitment.

Zhihui Sun Lead CT Engineer / Scientist

Why RefleXion?

RefleXion is using the most advanced and revolutionary technologies available with the goal of treating cancer patients.

I love that I get to carry this great mission alongside other passionate, driven, and talented people, facing and solving challenges in this fast-pace workplace.

Tell us about your education and background

Prior to joining RefleXion, I worked as senior image engineer at GE Healthcare, developing image related features for computed tomography systems.

Additionally, I have co-authored four publications and have been listed on 10+ patents.

Telly Tan NPI Engineer

Why RefleXion?

RefleXion has a mission to treat cancer in a cutting-edge way. How existing technologies are being combined is unprecedented and it’s exciting to see it all take place. I believe that RefleXion is bringing something new to cancer care and I can’t wait to see how it all unfolds. I am collaborating with teams to bring our extraordinary product to market by helping with the transfer of R&D into manufacturing. It’s incredibly satisfying to see the results of our effort.

Angela Da Silva, Ph.D. Translational Research Program Manager

Why RefleXion?

It affords me the chance to share my technical and clinical expertise in imaging while broadening my career into the realm of radiotherapy where there is an opportunity to make a real difference in patient care. What really sets RefleXion apart is the people, starting with the founders, who have a genuine desire to improve the lives of cancer patients, and who have conscientiously built a team that shares their vision, passion and values.

K. Johan Paulsson Senior Software Engineer

Describe your most memorable day at RefleXion:

The day we launched a non-clinical release of our Planning Application to our research partners is my most memorable. Getting actual users to finally test your application is a simultaneously exciting and scary prospect.

Outside of work, how do you spend your time?

When not working, I enjoy spending time in the kitchen cooking food or making a batch of beer. I like to experiment and try new cuisine recipes or cooking methods. Lately, I’ve taken on the challenge of discovering different ways to cook seafood, such as rockfish. I also make full-grain beer where I’m not really going for style as much as I’m trying to make things that aren’t available to buy locally.