This is a fundamental question we ask ourselves each and every day as we continually redefine our “differential advantage”
Micatu provides “compelling solutions” that bridge the gap between technical subject matter expertise and extensive market driven commercialization. This results in products and solutions that have a “target rich environment” as well are “go to market” ready.
Our customers refer to us as “Honey Badgers,” where the Micatu team is relentless in pursuing targeted goals and objectives for the benefit of the client.
- Chief Executive Officer
Michael Oshetski is the Chief Executive Officer and a co-founder of Micatu Inc., where he is responsible for the company’s Strategic Vision, new Business Development and Technology Commercialization. Michael holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology, with a concentration in Optical Systems Engineering.
- Chief Operating Officer
Michael Jagielski is the Chief Operating Officer of Micatu Inc., where he is responsible for Sales, Marketing and Commercialization Strategies. Michael holds an MBA (“conferred with distinction”) in Finance from Long Island University and a BS degree in Business Administration from Mercy College with specializations in Accounting, Finance and Marketing.
- Chief Technical Officer
Dr. Atul D. Pradhan is Chief Technology Officer and a co-founder of Micatu Inc., where he is responsible for the company’s Technology Development Roadmap, Intellectual Property Portfolio and Development of Advanced Technologies. Dr. Pradhan holds a PhD in Physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is an NASA Fellow.
Exclusive 10-year License from the OTT - NCI/NIH, for MicaArray manufacturing, distribution and sales, worldwide
2014 Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer Mid-Atlantic Regional: National Cancer Institute: A Low-cost Tissue Microarrayer Instrument to Support Improved Cancer Diagnoses
2013 Smithsonian Innovation Award
2013 Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer
2014 Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer