Erez Livneh, M.Sc, is the Founder and CEO of Vecoy Nanomedicines. Prior to founding Vecoy, Erez spent a decade conducting and leading bioresearch programs in both academia and biotech companies, including Compugen (NASDAQ:CGEN), Evogene (TASE: EVGN) and Predix Pharmaceuticals. In 2010, Erez represented Israel at the highly prestigious multi-national Graduate Studies Program program organized by the Singularity University and based in NASA’s Ames Research base. Erez is also a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Lifeboat Foundation alongside leading scientists such as Nobel Laureates Eric S. Maskin and Wole Soyinka. Erez holds a Masters degree in Life-Sciences from the Weizmann Institute of Science and a Bachelor’s degree from the Hebrew University.



Dr. Ido Bachelet, Ph.D, is a member of the R&D team and the Scientific Advisory Board of Vecoy Nanomedicines.  Ido is the co-author of over 30 publications and patents in various fields, ranging from therapeutic design to nanotechnology and medical devices. His research has led to the launch of two biotech companies, Receptra Immunotechnologies and Visterra. He is also the founder of Parasight. Ido is a senior lecturer and principal investigator at Bar Ilan University’s Faculty of Life Sciences and Institute of Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials. Ido earned a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and a Ph.D. in pharmacology and therapeutic design from the Hebrew University School of Pharmacy. Ido then continued his research as a postdoctoral fellow at M.I.T., designing molecules to manipulate termite colony dynamics, followed by a second postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University focused on molecular robotics and synthetic biology.


Dr. Eitan Eliram, Ph.D, is the COO of Vecoy Nanomedicines. Eitan also serves as a new media expert advisor to the Office of the Prime Minister of Israel and as the Ambassador of Singularity University to Israel. He founded Interactive Ltd, a leading New-Media strategy firm, and of "code for Israel", a nonprofit organization committed to improving government services in the 21st century. Eitan holds a Ph.D. in new media studies from the Hebrew University.