CodiKoat's unique solution uses weak electric current to eradicate virus particles. Our technology alters the surface charge characteristic of virus particles, destabilising the electrokinetic properties of the viruses and forcing them together. The aggregated viral particles then lose their ability to enter host cells and are rendered inactive. This mechanism happens in a short time scale (< 10 seconds) producing a fast-acting inactivation of viral particles and harmful bacteria.
Blake Gudgel CEO
Blake has spent the last 16 years leading the development and operations efforts in early-stage technology companies in the US & Europe, he will now use his expertise to lead CodiKoat to the next step in our growth. Read more on Blake here.
Dr. Reza Saberi Moghaddam, Co-Founder
Reza holds a PhD in physics from the University of Cambridge and has over 12 years' experience in materials development processes and holds a portfolio of patents on coating techniques.
Dr. Matin Mohseni, Co-Founder
Matin is a biomedical scientist and engineer. He holds a PhD in development and targeting of metal oxide nanoparticles from UCL and has several publications in related scientific journals.
Dr. Matin Mohseni was featured in the Forbes Manufacturing & Industry 30 under 30 list for 2022.
Dr. Payam Nahavandi, Co-Founder
Payam is a biomedical engineer and holds a PhD in Medical Imaging from UCL. He has managed numerous multidisciplinary projects during his career, leading to several high impact publications.
Dr. Payam Nahavandi was featured in the Forbes Manufacturing & Industry 30 under 30 list for 2022.
Raj Sharma, Co-Founder
Raj is a serial entrepreneur and has been involved as a Co-Founder, Investor and Director in a number of successful start-ups in a variety of fields including tech, medical, automotive and food and drink.
CodiKoat has grown quickly to a team of industry-leading scientists, engineers, operational and commercial staff to help aid our technological advancement and commercialisation.