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DUNS #: 825141943
NAICS Code: 511210, 541511, 541712, 611420, 611430
CAGE code: 53ZW5

Parvati Dev

William LeRoy Heinrichs


Innovation in Learning Inc.
12600 Roble Ladera Rd
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022


About Us

Innovation in Learning Inc. is a woman-owned, minority-owned, small business, incorporated in California in 2008. IIL designs, develops, deploys and commercializes leading-edge learning technologies for the healthcare market, to meet the training and capacity building needs of health care institutions and enterprises anywhere in the world.

Our Management

Parvati Dev, PhD, IIL's President and CEO, has 35 years of experience developing technology solutions applied to life sciences learning and research problems, including 25 years of managerial experience leading groups 5 to 40 engineers and scientists in corporate and academic settings. While at CEMAX Inc., she developed the first commercially available 3D reconstructive imaging system for surgical planning and radiologic imaging. At Stanford University she founded and ran an internationally recognized learning technologies lab, SUMMIT, with numerous firsts in multimedia, web and simulation for medical education. While at SUMMIT she was the P.I. for various federal grants and contracts including a $4.3M contract from NIH for development of biomedical applications on high performance networks. At Innovation in Learning, she has been the PI for federally funded subcontracts for development of medical virtual environments.

Wm. LeRoy Heinrichs, MD, PhD., IIL’s co-founder and Exec. Medical Director, has 32 years of experience at Stanford University serving in roles of Professor and Chair of Ob/Gyn, with a $4.0M annual budget (1980), and as Director of Gynecology, and Associate Director of SUMMIT. He has collaborated with Dr. Dev for the past 15 years, and was Co-PI on NIH contracts. Dr. Heinrichs has focused on surgical simulation and on development and study of virtual worlds. Topics of interest are CPR training of high school students, funded by the Wallenberg Foundation, and preparedness training of surgical staff and residents, funded by a DoD sub-contract from Forterra Systems, Inc..

Our Partners

We partner with faculty from Stanford University, California, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, Canada, Claremont Graduate University, California, Kyushu University, Japan, and Chungbuk National University, Korea. We also partner with companies such as IndusGeeks Solutions, Mumbai, India, national organizations such as Internet2, and non-profit organizations around the world.

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Education for Tomorrow's Healthcare Professionals