Technology is changing the world


And clinical practice has failed to keep pace with the technological advances of the 21st century. We saw a need for a new provider that could combine medical expertise with the latest technology to improve healthcare for everyone. 

We are Seer. 



Seer was founded in 2017 by a team with over a decade's experience working together in translational medical research.
We are devoted to revolutionising at-home diagnostics and care. 


Dean Freestone
Co-Founder, Managing Director

From medical device development to machine learning algorithms, Dean has pushed the frontiers of med-tech over the last decade. His work has received numerous academic accolades. In 2016 his research made headlines, with a study showing how algorithms can be used to transform neurology and epilepsy management. At Seer, Dean provides practical intuition into complex algorithms and a knack for finding innovative solutions to problems in neurology.

Columbia University (USA)
Fulbright Postdoc 2014 - 2015
The University of Melbourne (Australia)
PhD 2012
The University of Edinburgh (UK)
PhD Exchange Program 2010

2012 Chancelor's Prize
2012 John Melvin Memorial Prize
2014 Victorian Fulbright Postdoc Fellowship


Mark Cook
Co-Founder, Clinical Lead

Mark is an epileptologist and world-leader in medical technology. He has dedicated his career to caring for people with epilepsy. At Seer, Mark contributes practical clinical knowledge, and extensive experience in pioneering medical devices. Prior to co-founding Seer, Mark founded Vigilance Health, a medical device company specializing in epilepsy monitoring. Mark also led the world's first clinical trial for an implantable device for seizure prediction.

The University of Melbourne (Australia)
MD 1999; MBBS 1983
Queens Square London (UK)
MD Thesis
St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne
Director of Neurology

1993 Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists. State Chair, Victoria
1992 Royal Australian College of Physicians. Fellow


George Kenley
Co-Founder, Director, Operations Manager

George is an engineer who spent 9 years working at Lend Lease in Senior Project Engineer and Project Management roles. George was fortunate enough to work across many different iconic projects across Victoria, such as the New Royal Children’s Hospital, the Margaret Court Arena Upgrade, the New Bendigo Hospital, Green Chemical Futures Building (Monash University, Clayton Campus), and the New Monash Children’s Hospital.

The University of Melbourne (Australia)
Bachelor of Geomatic Engineering (2007)
Bachelor of Planning and Design (2007)
Bachelor of Construction Management (2007)


Rob Halliday
Director, Financial Officer

Rob brings a wealth of business experience to the Seer Medical board, having spent his career working across digital and financial services in a range of industries. Rob began his career at Deloitte in forensic accounting and digital services, before his passion for sport took him to the Melbourne Football Club to assist with their finance, business strategy, and accounting functions. Rob is also a Manager at BlueRock Digital, where he assists other Australian businesses take advantage of online and digital opportunities.

Monash University (Australia)
Bachelor of Business (Accounting)
Bachelor of Computing


Shannon Clarke
Data Science Lead

Shannon is passionate about all things data, with a particular focus on machine learning. Shannon has a background in Mechanical and Systems Engineering, where he worked as an engineer for Beach Energy after completing a B. Mech. Eng. at The University of Adelaide. Shannon’s experience in deriving insights from data and diverse industry experience make him an ideal data science lead at Seer.

University of Adelaide (Australia)
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering


Ewan Nurse
Medical Data Scientist

Ewan is a biomedical engineer with expertise in signal processing, machine learning and medical device development. He completed a Bachelor of Science (Engineering) and Masters of Biomedical Engineering before undertaking his PhD. Ewan’s PhD focused on predicting arm movement from EEG signals. He has a passion for data science and has worked as a researcher in university, industry and government organisations, including IBM Research, DSTG and SmartStent.

University of Melbourne (Australia)
PhD 2014 - (Neural Engineering)
Masters (Biomedical Engineering)
Bachelor of Science (Engineering)


Rob Kerr
Systems Architect

With a background in mechanical engineering, maths, and neuroscience, Rob has since transitioned into software engineering and web development. He has extensive experience in a range of areas from computational modelling of biological systems, to the development of web apps and platforms. Building upon his previous work building a web platform for performing and visualising computer simulations of neuron cells, Rob designs and develops the systems powering Seer's web platform.

University of Melbourne (Australia)
PhD (Computational Neuroscience)
Bachelor of Engineering
Bachelor of Science


Braden Moore
Web Development Lead

Braden comes from a particle physics background and has spent years searching through data to discriminate the signal from the noise. His drive for exploration and continual improvement has led to a passion for music, language and computer sciences. At Seer, Braden develops the web platforms which allow clinicians and patients to be connected to data from anywhere at any time.

University of Melbourne (Australia)
Masters (Particle Physics)
Bachelor of Science


Pip Karoly
App Development Lead

Pip is a Biomedical Engineer, specialising in EEG signal processing and epileptic seizure prediction. Her work has led to an understanding of patterns of epileptic activity and how these can be used to improve epilepsy treatment. Pip is an expert coder with a passion for designing beautiful data visualisations, and building web and mobile apps that make scientific data accessible.

University of Melbourne (Australia)
PhD 2015 - (Computational Neuroscience)
Masters (Biomedical Engineering)
Bachelor of Science (Engineering)


Dulini Mendis
Front End Development Lead

Dulini has a background in engineering, app development and neuroscience. She has experience in analyzing electrophysiological data and using machine learning techniques to detect the impact of neuromodulatory drugs. She is passionate about all things visual and occasionally moonlights as a graphic designer/photographer. At Seer, she contributes to Seer's web platform.

University of Melbourne (Australia)
PhD 2014 - (Computational Neuroscience)
Bachelor of Science (Engineering)


Janelle Taylor
Neurophysiology Scientist

Janelle brings a wealth of clinical experience as Seer’s neurophysiology scientist. Before joining Seer, she was a member of Clinical Neurosciences team at St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne. At St Vincent’s, Janelle served in numerous roles including contributing to research that has drawn upon her background in science and advanced ambulatory EEG technology.

Swinburne University (Australia)
Bachelor of Science (Chemistry)


Lucy Barua
Neurophysiology Scientist

Lucy brings skills and experience from working with the Neurophysiology Department at the Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne. Lucy has majors in Psychology and Psychophysiology through her Bachelor of Health Science degree at Swinburne University, Melbourne.

Swinburne University (Australia)
Bachelor of Health Science


Rory Knight-Sadler
Neurophysiology Scientist

Rory is a neurophysiological scientist with almost a decade of clinical experience. Prior to joining the Seer team Rory worked at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne where he developed expertise in a wide range of electrodiagnostic techniques including EEG, peripheral nerve assessment and measurement of electrodermal activity. At Seer, Rory utilises his clinical experience to liaise with patients and clinicians in order to refine procedures, facilitate use of service and deliver best patient outcomes.

Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)
Bachelor of Science Psychology/Psychophysiology
University of Melbourne (Australia)
Bachelor of Science, Honours (Psychology)


Pat Hennessy
Research and Development Engineer

Pat is a biomedical engineer with expertise in medical device development, neuroscience and medical research. Prior to joining Seer, Pat conducted research at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, focussing on how the cell death pathway can be harnessed to fight infectious diseases. At Seer, Pat uses his engineering background to improve patient comfort, implement new technological advances, and streamline the Seer experience for patients and clinicians.

University of Melbourne (Australia)
Bachelor of Science (Engineering)


Jon Anderson
Research and Development Engineer

Jon is a mechatronics engineer with a background in autonomous vehicles and embedded systems. After working on autonomous robotics, Jon has developed a fascination in how technology can improve the world. At Seer, Jon uses his strong hardware and software design skills to improve data acquisition systems and the patient-clinician experience.

RMIT University (Australia)
Bachelor of Engineering, Honours (Advanced Manufacturing and Mechatronics)

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