Thu, Jun 17|
Online via Zoom
HEALTHCARE STARTUP INVESTING
There has been renewed interest in healthcare startups since the pandemic. First quarter of 2021 set another record for fundraising by healthcare startups. What are the drivers? Why is it happening now? Is this a bubble that will burst? How can a physician get involved in startup investing?
Time & Location
Jun 17, 2021, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM PDT
Online via Zoom
About the Event
5:15: Startup Presentations:
- Eyeque - Esther Young, OD - Director of Optometry - www.eyeque.com
- 8chili.Inc - Harneet Bath, MD, MBA - CMO – www.8chili.com
- Fertility Cloud - Gary Levy, MD – CMO A. – www.MyFertilityCloud.com
ANGEL INVESTING - John Dayton, MD.
Emergency Physician and Entrepreneur, Stanford Medical Innovation and Device Fellow.
Dr. John Dayton obtained his MD from George Washington and completed Emergency Medicine Residency training at SUNY-Buffalo. He is the inaugural Medical Innovation and Device Fellow with Stanford's Emergency Department and an MBA candidate at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. He advises health-tech startups, co-founded Utah's Society of Physician Entrepreneurs, is on the Board of Directors with AngelMD, invests with the SLC Angels, and founded MedForums.com, a 'yelp' for medical education.
6:20: Keynote 2:
VC INVESTING - Shubhra Jain, MD, MBA.
A Physician turned Investor passionate about cutting edge technologies in healthcare and deep tech.
Dr. Jain obtained her MBBS from Kasturba Medical College, Manipal; MS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford and an MBA from University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School. She is a venture capitalist, investor and board member at several startups and organizations.