We are empowering everyday people to do extraordinary things.

Who We Are

We’re a team of engineers, doctors, and innovators, a team of first responders, families, and friends on a mission to significantly increase survival rates from Sudden Cardiac Arrest.

Our Story

We started with a seemingly simple idea – that anyone can and should be able to positively impact the outcome of a Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) rescue. Our three Co-Founders met at an industry conference that was focused on Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) prevention, where their complementary skills and background quickly came together to share a vision for the profound impact that a more effective solution could have on thousands of families every year.

With Rory and Moseley’s technical expertise and a novel AED concept they had developed at MIT, combined with Sameer’s experience in SCA prevention through his non-profit organization – Saving Hearts Foundation, the three co-founded Avive in 2017. Today we are a committed team of inventors, creative thinkers, and problem-solvers who are intensely driven to achieve our collective mission of significantly increasing SCA survival rates with our next generation AED and response system.

Our story is just beginning, and we hope you’ll come write it with us.

Our Team

Meet the amazing people on our team!

Advisors & Consultants

Legal Counsel

Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Corporate Counsel

Beyer Law Group
IP Counsel


Avive’s investors are leaders in the healthcare industry. We are excited to work with them on building a successful future for Avive!
Greenbox Ventures
Rock Health
HealthTech Capital
Irish Angels
The Physicians &
Partners of Patients ER

MidAmerica Ventures

The Physicians & Partners of Elite Care Rice Village
Hippocrates VC
Rezon 8
Shepherd Growth Partners
Physicians & Partners of Hospitality Health ER
Master Medical Equipment

Check out our latest posts.

2020 AHA Updates on Maternal Resuscitation from Cardiac Arrest
Sudden Cardiac Arrest in pregnant women is a dangerous and complex condition owing to the presence of two patients (mother and fetus) as well as the need for immediate treatment. The newly released 2020 AHA CPR & EGG guidelines provide a framework to optimize resuscitation for in-hospital maternal cardiac arrest victims.
AED Indemnification
This clear and simple legal guide explains what you need to know about AED indemnification policies.
Emergency AED Readiness in American Schools
An in-depth study of AED programs for schools.

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