4D Anatomy has developed the first interactive atlas allowing users to explore a multi-dimensional dissection environment of photographic images at their own pace. The 4D interactive atlas technology and processes were developed by 4D Anatomy co-founder, Dr. Attila Balogh, with US and International process patents pending.
The 4D Anatomy team has a strong, experienced leadership team with extensive technical, operational and management skills. 4D Anatomy is headquartered in Phoenix, AZ and maintains a laboratory in Budapest, Hungary in conjunction with a partnership with Semmelweis University, one of Europe’s leading centers of medicine and health sciences.
Attila Balogh, M.D.
A graduate of Semmelweis Medical School in Budapest, 4D Anatomy founder and neurosurgeon, Attila Balogh, M.D., was awarded the prestigious Spetzler Microsurgical Neuroanatomy Fellowship in association with the Barrow Neurological Institute (BNI) in Phoenix. Following completion of the fellowship, Dr. Balogh joined the neuroscience research team at BNI. Returning to Hungary as an attending neurosurgeon with National Institute of Neurosurgery in 2006, Dr. Balogh created the first software and hardware prototype of the NeuroArc™ imaging system and since, has worked to bring the interactive atlas product to market while also overseeing production and software development of the 4D Anatomy Interactive Atlas.
Martin Castoe has more than 20 years business and leadership experience in the publication and call center industries. With extensive expertise in business development, operations management, ales and marketing, Martin has a deep understanding of the visionary and practical needs required to grow businesses from conception to success. Recognizing a unique opportunity, Martin partnered with Dr. Balogh to form 4D Anatomy to deliver the innovative interactive atlas imaging technology to the medical marketplace.
With over 14 years software development experience, Janos has developed and managed wide range of business applications in government administration, telecom and insurance industries. He has deep knowledge of Microsoft, Oracle and IBM technologies. He is responsible for 4D Anatomy software development. Janos holds a Master’s degree from the Technical University of Budapest