Wolfgang Daum
President and Chief Executive Officer

Wolfgang is an executive and serial entrepreneur in healthcare (diagnostics, medical devices, and health services). Currently he serves as Chairman and CEO of TOMA Biosciences, Inc., a fast growing genomic cancer diagnostic company. Previously Wolfgang was President/CEO of companies Knome (genome interpretation), Castlewood Surgical (heart bypass surgery), Boston Heart Lab (heart diagnostic / Lipidology, and now under Bain one of the fastest growing diagnostic companies in the US), BrainVital (epilepsy), Thermonix (in-stent restenosis), CardioTools (angiography), and Daum (MRI); and relocated with a company acquisition from Germany to the US in 2001. Wolfgang holds a M.S. in Physics from University of Göttingen and a PhD from Technical University Hamburg-Harburg, both Germany. He is a Board member of medical company Precisis and an active angel investor with Launchpad Angels in Boston.

Asha Rajagopal
Chief Financial Officer

Asha Rajagopal joined the TOMA Biosciences management team as Acting CFO with 30 years of experience in public accounting and private industry. She has provided financial and accounting leadership for companies at every stage of growth from young driven entrepreneurial venture backed companies to large multinational firms. She has extensive experience leading companies through complex transactions including private and public financing as well as mergers and acquisitions. Asha received her BSBA in Accounting from the University of Texas and is a licensed CPA in California.

Greg Jensen
Vice President of Business Development

With more than 18 years of experience, Greg leads business development and commercial operations. He has been instrumental in shaping the commercial model and raising capital since TOMA’s founding. His passion for finding new oncology treatment options for patients began while part of the proteomics team at Myriad Genetics a cancer diagnostics pioneer. In addition to finance, sales and marketing experience, Greg gained deep oncology experience while leading teams through the evaluation process of new oncology therapeutic development programs at Genentech (Roche), and advising global pharmaceutical clients as a consultant at IMS Consulting Group and in Ernst & Young’s life science practice. He graduated from the University of Utah in Human Biology and received a Masters of Science in Business Management from the Stanford Graduate School of Business as a Sloan Fellow with an emphasis in new venture formation.

Francisco M. De La Vega, D.Sc.
VP of Bioinformatics

Francisco is a pioneer and recognized leader in bioinformatics and genomics. He is an expert in NGS data analysis, having led the development of analysis algorithms for the SOLiD system while at Applied Biosystems and later for Illumina at Real Time Genomics. He is also a contributor in key in large scale cancer and population genome sequencing projects such as the International Cancer Genome Consortium, the 1000 Genomes Project, and the NIST-led Genome-in-a-Bottle standardization consortium. Before joining TOMA he was most recently Chief Scientific Officer at Annai Systems, a big genomics data informatics start-up, and previously held technical executive positions at Real Time Genomics, Omicia, Life Technologies, and Applied Biosystems, where he spent 13 years. He also holds a Consulting Professor appointment at the Department of Genetics of the Stanford University School of Medicine. Francisco earned a Doctorate in Science degree in Genetics and Molecular Biology from the Centro de Investigacion y Estudios Avanzados of Mexico and an Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership from MIT.