TEAM

Stealth Biosciences was founded by a team of materials science engineers, neuroscientists, and entrepreneurs. Our co-founding team includes two Stanford University faculty with proven technology transfer expertise and entrepreneurs with an established record of high technology startups. 

Stealth Biosciences founders (L to R): Dan Wetmore, Ari Chaney, Nick Melosh, and Craig Garner. 

Stealth Biosciences founders (L to R): Dan Wetmore, Ari Chaney, Nick Melosh, and Craig Garner. 

Ari Chaney, MBA, CEO • Ari brings decades of management experience and several years experience as Executive Director for Technology Translation for the Stanford Biodesign program.

Nick Melosh, PhD • Nick is an Assistant Professor of Materials Science & Engineering at Stanford, an expert in nano- and micro-fabrication, and the inventor of the core Stealth Biosciences technology.

Craig Garner, PhD • Craig is a Professor of Psychiatry at Stanford and an expert in synaptic physiology and neuronal culture techniques. 

Dan Wetmore, PhD • Dan is a  neurophysiologist and serial entrepreneur with experience in IP, non-dilutive fundraising, and technology transfer.