ePathScreen, LLC is a medical devices development company that is preparing to develop patented technology for intelligent, cell recognition software used in cancer screening and diagnosis. Relying on proprietary algorithms, the software holds promise of a true paradigm shift replacing human subjectivity with AI technological objectivity, self-learning, including improved accuracy and speed of delivery.
The software won the prestigious University Startup World Cup as the best in category as well as overall world winner, held in Denmark. The company is currently preparing for clinical trials with third-party validation preparatory to FDA approval, after which the software is expected to be taken to market.
L.B. Dahle, CEO and Founder
After earning an undergraduate degree at Oklahoma State University in pre-med and international business, L.B. completed graduate studies in management, marketing and finance at OSU, Boise State, and international studies at Columbia University. He founded a company while in graduate school before transitioning to insurance. He was rapidly promoted and became area vice president and eventually president of an international division for PFSI, a $4 Billion insurance group (ultimately acquired by CONSECO), and thereafter Division President (domestic) for States General. He is a former Member, International Insurance Council.
After semi-retirement, he consulted with businesses under 100 Million in revenues in 16 different industries, ultimately founding his own consulting firm (LBDahle Enterprises) which he continues to operate. His consulting practice evolved into L.B. serving as interim or permanent CEO for different clients' companies. Since 2017 he has been affiliated with ePathScreen. He has a passion for health and fitness, having lost two family members and several close friends to cancer. L.B. is married with five children. He loves time with family, reading, research, analytics, travel, and sports of all kinds.
Boyd Shook, MD - Medical Advisor
Dr. Boyd Shook is a practicing physician in Oklahoma and a native Oklahoman. His specialty is Internal Medicine although he practiced Hematology and Oncology for 25 years. He has worked as a medical director for the Central Oklahoma Medical Group and as Chief of Ambulatory Care at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Prior to his medical career, Dr. Shook served in the US Navy as an electronics technician, 1951-1953. Marcus Boyd Shook, MD, MACP, MBA received his medical degree from the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Washington DC in 1959. Once graduated from medical school, he moved to Oklahoma to perform his internship and residency in internal medicine, he continued his residency at the Ancker Hospital St. Paul in Minnesota as chief resident.
Dr. Shook moved back to Oklahoma and practiced in various hospitals in positions ranging from staff physician to medical director. In 1995, Dr. Shook earned his MBA from Oklahoma City University. He was elected as President of the American Society of Internal Medicine and was involved in developing a merger with the American College of Physicians. Already a Fellow in the American College of Physicians, in 2004 he was awarded the title Master ACP. Dr. Shook retired from private practice with OU Medicine in Oklahoma City.
With the help of many good people, Dr. Shook established Manos Juntas in Epworth Methodist Church. The clinic is now at 1145 West Interstate 240 Bldg D, Ste D, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73139. This clinic treats patients Monday through Saturday with the support of the best group of volunteers in Oklahoma. Since the inception of this clinic in 1995, over 25,000 patients have been treated.
Dave Deschamps, MD - Technology Advisor
Dr. Deschamps attended BYU where he earned an undergraduate degree in Management-Information Systems. During this time, he dedicated two years serving a church mission in southern France. Upon graduation he took a position as a Systems Programmer for corporate Wal-Mart in Bentonville, Arkansas. While there his desire to pursue medicine was rekindled, and he returned to school. Dr. Deschamps attended the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences for medical school in Little Rock. He then moved to Oklahoma where he completed his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology and his Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellowship at University of Oklahoma.
Dr. Deschamps joined the Perinatal Center of Oklahoma in July 2017. He continues to develop software in addition to his clinical activities. He is the acting informatics consultant for both the Society of Maternal Fetal Medicine and the Perinatal Quality Foundation. He has designed mobile apps including the ”SMFM Preterm Birth Toolkit” and “Perinatal Calculators” free downloadable apps to be used as tools for obstetrical providers. In his spare time, Dave enjoys biking, playing tennis, and traveling. He also has a passion for Diet Dr. Pepper and gas station nachos. Most importantly, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Jen, and their three children Olive, Elle, and Emerson.
Linda Durbin - Advisor, Biomedical Marketing & Sales
The consummate entrepreneur, Mrs. Durbin began her career after attending Oklahoma University by taking over management of a surgical instrument company over 30 years ago. She then founded EXAKT Technologies, Inc. to import and market German manufactured laboratory equipment to both research and also clinical facilities. products expanded into electronics, carbon nano materials, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and composites. Under Linda's guidance, EXAKT ultimately achieved over 1,000 customers. Her team created a unique shipping design, which she then launched into an entire packaging company, EXCEED, Inc., selling a UN certified packaging line for transporting biohazardous materials.
In 2010 Mrs. Durbin was awarded the first Distinguished Woman Entrepreneur Award for a Growth Business by Riata Center at the Oklahoma State University School of Entrepreneurship. In 2018 EXAKT Technologies, Inc. was sold. Linda then retired in March, 2019, to spend time with family, travel and consult to business start-ups.
John Matheson - Advisor, Management
John has over 20 years of executive management experience in the international energy, manufacturing and construction industries serving as the CEO of several major companies from publicly traded NYSE companies, to private-equity backed ventures.
Prior to his business career, John was with The Williams Companies, an international energy company, where he was responsible for mergers, acquisitions and securities law matters. Formerly, he was a partner with a major regional law firm and was a Certified Public Accountant with Price Waterhouse.
John is a graduate of Harvard Business School and holds a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center as well as a degree with Highest Honors (summa cum laude) from the University of Oklahoma Price College of Business. In 2009, John was named an Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year and served as a judge for the 2010 program year. He was also named a Hall of Fame member of Ernst & Young for his executive leadership. John has served on a number of business Boards of Directors and has served on several non-profit Boards, including as a current board member of Oklahoma Family Legal Advocates, serving the needs of at-risk children. John also enjoys his involvement with YPO, the OU Price College of Business Alumni Association and his appointment as a Nominating Delegate to the Harvard Club of New York City.
Kyle Moon - Legal Advisor
Kyle grew up in the northwest. He attended University of Utah where he earned an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Spanish. During this time Kyle served a two-year church mission in the coastal areas of Ecuador. After graduation he worked for a year at a foreign currency broker before heading with his new wife Aubrey to the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky to attend law school.
After law-school, Kyle worked for two years with Chesapeake Energy in Oklahoma City before joining Raptor Petroleum as In-House Counsel and Land Manager in 2014. In addition to the practice of corporate law within the Raptor Petroleum umbrella of companies, he practices law with his own law firm KJM Law, PLLC, wherein he advises small businesses, drafts contracts and other business documents, and helps individuals with estate planning. Kyle enjoys most spending time with his family, which includes his wife Aubrey, and three children Lacey, Miller, and Beck. In the little spare time he has, Kyle enjoys cycling, tennis, cooking, target shooting, brazilian jiu jitsu, and generally learning new things.