CureMatch, a San Diego startup that uses algorithms to match patients with cancer treatments, is building out its executive team. The company hired its first Chief Technical Officer, Viktor Novy.

Novy joins the company with several years’ experience in IT. He most recently served as IT director for Human Longevity, and previously headed up GE’s IT business for several years. At CureMatch, he will be tasked with developing and implementing the company’s technology as it grows, and meeting global regulatory standards for health data.

CureMatch was founded in 2015. The company scored early funding from local venture studio Analytics Ventures, which focuses on artificial intelligence startups. More recently, it landed a partnership with Servier Group, a large pharmaceutical company based in France, that will market CureMatch’s product through its connected health brand.