Fourth Frontier is a pioneering health tech company that builds and offers products and services for monitoring and improving heart health for people across the world.
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of mortality across the globe. Despite its importance, affordable products and services to monitor and improve heart health from the comfort of home have not been available to consumers. Fourth Frontier is committed to solving this important problem.
Frontier X2, our revolutionary patented product that provides real-time feedback on heart health to users on the move, saw a 10x growth in sales over the past year.
Fourth Frontier raised a $10.5M round in July 2021 to take the company to the next level, and to scale up our offerings to millions of hearts across the globe. The company sells online in the US, Canada, UK, Europe and India, and plans to grow faster, wider and deeper.
Dr. Manav Bhushan
(Co-Founder and CEO)
Dr. Peter Joseph
(Chief Product Officer)
(VP of Marketing)
(VP of Engineering)
(VP of Sales)
(Sr. Director Regulatory Affairs)
Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar
(Director of Clinical Research)
Prior to founding Fourth Frontier, Sandeep was Qualcomm India and South Asia’s Country Manager & VP - Business Development, where he helped ramp quarterly sales of smartphones in the region using its 3G/4G technologies from zero to 25+ million.
Sandeep began his career in research and development at AT&T Bell Labs in 1995, after internships in biovisualisation at the Wadsworth Center in 1994, network algorithms at AT&T Bell Labs in 1993, and in neuroscience at the Baylor College of Medicine in 1989.
Sandeep is a co-inventor in 25 US patents, co-author in 10 journal publications and has spoken at 50+ industry events.
Sandeep has a B.Tech. from IIT Madras and an M.S. from Rice University. He’s a Ph.D. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and attended an exec-ed course at MIT's Sloan School of Management
Dr. Manav Bhushan
Co-founder and CEO
Prior to founding Fourth Frontier, Manav was an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science department at Ashoka University, teaching courses in 'Analysis of Neurological Signals', 'Programming in C++ and Python', and ''Discrete Mathematics'.
Manav is a PhD from the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at Oxford University, where he worked on developing Bayesian models for analysis of dce-MRI scans of Colorectal cancer patients.
Prior to his PhD, Manav completed an MSc in Mathematics and Foundations of Computer Science at Oxford in 2008-09, writing his MSc thesis on 'Simulating Quantum Processes using Category Theory'.