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Siri graduated from Wesleyan University in 2017 with a B.S. in Earth Science and a passion for exploring the importance of language in shaping both human and non-human animal societies. This perspective helped Siri to see that many of the challenges she faced as a chronic disease patient were communication problems, and could be improved with an alternative doctor-patient communication tool.  This idea transformed into MindScope Health, launched in 2016 by Siri and her co-founders with the support of the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship at Wesleyan University, Innovate Health Yale, Case Western Reserve University, and countless friends and mentors.

Through MindScope Health, Siri strives to improve the quality of life for patients with “invisible” chronic illnesses that struggle to communicate symptoms that aren’t outwardly observable by health care providers.  She is devoted to growing a company that empowers partners and employees with chronic diseases and mental illnesses to see their healthcare experiences as assets in reforming a healthcare system that crucially needs their perspective. 



Taiga first decided to join the MindScope Health team because of his own social anxiety struggle as an international student in college. He is now committed to assisting patients with chronic and mental illness by eliminating the "unnecessary" challenges that arise from poor communication with doctors, not their illness itself. As CIO and Financial Director of the venture, he is tasked with developing a product that truly meets the needs of patients, clinicians, and the current Electronic Health Record industry in a financially sustainable manner. 

Taiga recently graduated from Wesleyan University ('17) with biology and government double-majors. In 2016, he studied abroad in Accra, Ghana and founded an annual national biology competition for high school students. When he has time, he is either cooking or driving around the country.