One of Dr. Fogarty’s strengths when forming new companies was a focus on hiring experts in the field who had the ability to both embrace and expand on his vision. Such was the case when he asked Gary Kalbach to help him start the Fogarty Institute for Innovation in 2007. He became founding president and chair of the board,
“I don’t believe in the concept of the ‘lone genius’ that journalists like to highlight when writing about the success of a company – it’s really the teams that win.”
This year’s 21stAnnual Thomas J. Fogarty, MD, Lecture held at Stanford University, featured Brook Byers, founding partner of Kleiner Perkins.
Going to the doctor is not always a preferred activity, and part of that is the testing involved, including, of course, the ubiquitous urine test. This remains a standard method used to determine the proper course of treatment for patients and to prevent exposure to potentially harmful medications and procedures. Point-of-care urine tests are used to diagnose a range of conditions,
Entrepreneurship runs in Fletcher Wilson’s veins – quite literally. As founder and CEO of InterVene, a Fogarty Institute graduate that has developed a minimally invasive device for the treatment of severe venous disease in the legs, Fletcher has many of the traits that make a successful leader and innovator. That includes a penchant for identifying problems and finding solutions,