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Patrick A Anquetil

from Brookline, MA
Age ~48

Patrick Anquetil Phones & Addresses

  • 53 Winchester St, Brookline, MA 02446 (617) 566-2868
  • 529 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02215
  • Cambridge, MA

Work

Company: Portal instruments Jan 2013 to Sep 2013 Position: Ceo and co-founder

Education

School / High School: Harvard Business School 2007 to 2009

Languages

French • German • English • Japanese

Industries

Medical Devices

Resumes

Resumes

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Ceo And Co-Founder At Portal Instruments

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Position:
CEO and Co-Founder at Portal Instruments
Location:
Greater Boston Area
Industry:
Medical Devices
Work:
Portal Instruments since Jan 2013
CEO and Co-Founder

SynapDx - Southborough, Massachusetts May 2009 - Dec 2012
Director of Strategic Planning and Co-Founder

BD Jun 2008 - Aug 2008
Advanced Concept Division

Aretais Inc. Aug 2006 - Aug 2007
CEO and Co-Founder

Susquehanna International Group May 2004 - Apr 2006
Equity Research Analyst
Education:
Harvard Business School 2007 - 2009
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1999 - 2004
The University of Tokyo 1997 - 1998
Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich 1993 - 1998
Languages:
French
German
English
Japanese

Publications

Us Patents

Molecular Actuators, And Methods Of Use Thereof

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US Patent:
7658868, Feb 9, 2010
Filed:
Nov 21, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/603314
Inventors:
Patrick A Anquetil - Boston MA,
Ian W Hunter - Lincoln MA,
John D Madden - Vancouver,
Peter G Madden - Somerville MA,
Anthony E Pullen - Belmont MA,
Timothy M Swager - Newton MA,
Bing Xu - Kowloon,
Hsiao-Hua Yu - Cambridge MA,
Assignee:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge MA
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy - Washington DC
International Classification:
H01B 1/00
C07D 495/00
US Classification:
252500, 548527
Abstract:
The synthesis of thiophene based conducting polymer molecular actuators, exhibiting electrically triggered molecular conformational transitions is reported. Actuation is believed to be the result of conformational rearrangement of the polymer backbone at the molecular level, not simply ion intercalation in the bulk polymer chain upon electrochemical activation. Molecular actuation results from π-π stacking of thiophene oligomers upon oxidation, producing a reversible molecular displacement that leads to surprising material properties, such as electrically controllable porosity and large strains. The existence of active molecular conformational changes is supported by in situ electrochemical data. Single molecule techniques have been used to characterize the molecular actuators.

Molecular Actuators, And Methods Of Use Thereof

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US Patent:
2004000, Jan 15, 2004
Filed:
Mar 19, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/392354
Inventors:
Patrick Anquetil - Boston MA,
Ian Hunter - Lincoln MA,
John Madden - Vancouver,
Peter Madden - Somerville MA,
Anthony Pullen - Belmont MA,
Timothy Swager - Newton MA,
Bing Xu - Hong Kong,
Hsiao-hua Yu - Cambridge MA,
International Classification:
H01B001/00
US Classification:
252/500000
Abstract:
The synthesis of thiophene based conducting polymer molecular actuators, exhibiting electrically triggered molecular conformational transitions is reported. Actuation is believed to be the result of conformational rearrangement of the polymer backbone at the molecular level, not simply ion intercalation in the bulk polymer chain upon electrochemical activation. Molecular actuation results from - stacking of thiophene oligomers upon oxidation, producing a reversible molecular displacement that leads to surprising material properties, such as electrically controllable porosity and large strains. The existence of active molecular conformational changes is supported by in situ electrochemical data. Single molecule techniques have been used to characterize the molecular actuators.

Use Of Coherent Raman Techniques For Medical Diagnostic And Therapeutic Purposes, And Calibration Techniques For Same

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US Patent:
2008011, May 22, 2008
Filed:
Oct 29, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/927557
Inventors:
Ian W. Hunter - Lincoln MA,
Shyamal Somaroo - West New York NJ,
Serge Lafontaine - Lincoln MA,
Patrick A. Anquetil - Brookline MA,
Ching-Hua Tseng - Belmont MA,
International Classification:
G01J 3/44
US Classification:
356301
Abstract:
System and methods are provided to perform non-invasive, real-time, continuous molecular detection and quantification of molecular species in a sample or animal subject using Raman spectroscopy. Such systems and methods may be applied to identify and quantify molecular species found in the body, which may be useful for prenatal diagnosis, detecting deep skin infections, performing cerebral spinal fluid assessment, measuring arterial blood gases, blood glucose, cardiac biomarkers, creatinine flow rates. The non-invasive, quantification of such molecular species continuously in real time enables a significantly more attractive course of therapy than existing protocols.

Use Of Quantum System Identification And Quantum Control Techniques For Medical Diagnostic And Therapeutic Purposes

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US Patent:
2008012, May 29, 2008
Filed:
Oct 29, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/927622
Inventors:
Patrick A. ANQUETIL - Brookline MA,
Ian W. HUNTER - Lincoln MA,
Serge LAFONTAINE - Lincoln MA,
Shyamal SOMAROO - West New York NJ,
Ching-Hua Tseng - Belmont MA,
Assignee:
Aretais, Inc. - Lincoln MA
International Classification:
G01N 33/48
G01J 3/44
US Classification:
702 19, 356301
Abstract:
Quantum simulation methods are used to encode the quantum response of a molecular system so as to improve the sensitivity for detection of a target material, while rejecting background. The perturbation and response information may be used to discover the system function of a quantum system, or more generally, of a complex system, such as a physiological system. The approach may be applied to medical non-invasive, real-time, continuous molecular detection and quantification techniques through coherent Raman spectroscopy to enable a significantly more attractive course of therapy than existing protocols.

Molecular Actuators, And Methods Of Use Thereof

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US Patent:
2011002, Feb 3, 2011
Filed:
Feb 8, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/701986
Inventors:
Patrick A. Anquetil - Boston MA,
Ian W. Hunter - Lincoln MA,
John D. Madden - Vancouver,
Peter G. Madden - Somerville MA,
Anthony E. Pullen - Belmont MA,
Timothy M. Swager - Newton MA,
Bing Xu - Kowloon,
Hsiao-hua Yu - Cambridge MA,
Assignee:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge MA
Secreatary of the Navy, United States - Arlington VA
International Classification:
C08G 65/38
US Classification:
528219
Abstract:
The synthesis of thiophene based conducting polymer molecular actuators, exhibiting electrically triggered molecular conformational transitions is reported. Actuation is believed to be the result of conformational rearrangement of the polymer backbone at the molecular level, not simply ion intercalation in the bulk polymer chain upon electrochemical activation. Molecular actuation results from π-π stacking of thiophene oligomers upon oxidation, producing a reversible molecular displacement that leads to surprising material properties, such as electrically controllable porosity and large strains. The existence of active molecular conformational changes is supported by in situ electrochemical data. Single molecule techniques have been used to characterize the molecular actuators.
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