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Mint Labs collaborates with professionals from all over the world, sharing our vision and building partnerships.


Jordan Amadio, M.D., M.B.A. Neurosurgery Resident Physician and Partner at NeuroLaunch

As a neurosurgeon, I see an enormous value in using the Mint Labs platform for next-generation research and surgical planning, particularly with respect to 3D imaging of white matter tracts. Their sophisticated cloud-based solution is as easy to use as your typical consumer web app. I had the pleasure of working directly with the Mint Labs team through the NeuroLaunch accelerator program, and I can vouch for their incredible talent in becoming the leading solution for neuroimaging online.


Prasanna Parvathaneni, MSc Junior Specialist in UCSF

Mint-labs is tremendously helpful as a collaborative tool for both researchers and clinicians providing a rich user-friendly GUI platform that aids in automating the image processing tasks in addition to supporting excellent Visualization tools and batch run analysis. Its potential as a highly emerging image processing platform will be very valuable to the neuroscience community for the on-going research studies

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Pablo Villoslada Diaz, MD, PhD Senior Researcher IDIBAPS; Founder & Scientific Advisor Bionure; Adjunct Professor UCSF

Mint-labs solutions fill a significant unmet need for all researchers and clinicians working with imaging. In imaging studies from patients with Multiple Sclerosis, their solution for obtaining the brain connectome, quantifying brain damage and related it with clinical scores is outstanding, and it is going to solve many clinically relevant questions. In addition, I envision Mint-Labs solutions are going to be extremely useful in clinical practice and for conducting clinical trials developing new drugs for MS

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Angels García-Cazorla, MD, PhD Hospital Sant Joan de Déu

This technology changes dramatically the way we understand these diseases, and help us determine which parts of the brain are not working properly. We are using these quantification tools to detect easier which brain regions are damaged and help us find better and personalized treatments for our patients.


Carles Soriano-Mas, PhD Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute-IDIBELL Psychiatry Service, Bellvitge University Hospital

Mint labs’ team develops outstanding state-of-the-art image processing tools in order to have a deeper understanding of psychiatric diseases. With their tools I can easily manage large series of images, run analyses and dig deeper into the brain wiring and functional features of psychiatric patients.

Our team

Mint Labs’ team is made of experts in medical image analysis, scientific visualization and software on a mission to unlock the potential of neuroimaging with a scalable data technology platform.

I am a software engineer and a PhD in neuroimaging analysis. I’m working in creating value by bringing these two together and make a true impact in healthcare.

Paulo Rodrigues

CEO, Co-founder

My goal is to develop novel technical tools in brain imaging and provide new biomarkers to help the diagnosis of neurological diseases.

Vesna Prchkovska

CSO, Co-founder

I use my background in business to make sure that we are delivering a great product into the hands of those who will benefit from it most.

Landon McKenna

COO/CFO, Sales Director

Technology entrepreneur, expert from IBM and MBA graduate from ESADE Business School.

Takayuki Sato

Head of Engineering

PhD in Neuroimaging. I oversee and support the scientific development and neuroimage processing pipelines.

David Moreno-Dominguez

Head of Neuroimaging

Creating advanced image processing pipelines and algorithms for neuroimaging analysis.

Marc Ramos

Scientific Developer

Taking care of data organization, processing infrastructure, system scalability and most of the aspects related to the processing platform

Nikola Lazovski

Big Data Engineer

Developing 3D interactive applications and scientific simulations

Nicolás Delgado

Visualization Engineer

Latest news

tedx TEDxOPorto: Paulo Rodrigues’ talk on Enigmas of the Brain July 27, 2016 by Takayuki Sato - Paulo Rodrigues, CEO/CTO and co-founder of Mint Labs, gave a talk at TED x Oporto in Portugal. This year’s TEDxOporto focused on ENIGMA that arises people’s various feelings…Read more...
brocoli_brain Mint Labs won Brain-Art Competition 2016 July 25, 2016 by Takayuki Sato - Marc Ramos Bruach was awarded at the Brain-Art Competition 2016 for their Neuroimaging visualization works. The competition has been held since 2011 to “bring attention to…Read more...
health20 Mint Labs on Health2.0 TV June 21, 2016 by Takayuki Sato - David Moreno-Dominguez, Neuroimaging Engineer at Mint Labs, gave a demo at Health 2.0, which is a worldwide movement of showcasing cutting-edge innovation that’s currently transforming health…Read more...

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