When you’ve weathered adversity and come through on the other side, you bring a new perspective that can be helpful to those encountering a similar challenge for the first time. That’s why we turned to Allan Will for some advice based on his strong track record of founding, running, building and selling medical device companies,
While COVID-19 has presented extraordinary challenges globally, no one has felt it more acutely than those on the frontline, our incredibly brave healthcare workers. El Camino Health has been at the forefront of this crisis in an effort to stay ahead of the curve and prepare not only its own hospitals, but others in the area to best support Bay Area patients.
“My advice for you is to use your very best judgment in making life’s major decisions; follow your passion and your heart as you embark on life’s wonderful journey that lies ahead of you. Pursue your dreams until the day you die. Don’t take yourself too seriously and laugh every single day. Live your life ‘The Carolina Way,’ with hard work,
With more than 10,000 heart operations under his belt, Dr. Vincent Gaudiani is one of the most prolific practitioners in cardiovascular surgery. His early career followed a similar path as Dr. Fogarty’s, and the two later met at Stanford and have been colleagues and steadfast friends ever since.
Dr. Gaudiani received his bachelor’s degree in English from Harvard University,
When her beloved grandmother died from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a progressive lung condition that obstructs breathing, Maria Artunduaga, MD, MPH, MTM, realized it was an area that needed attention. That incident became a turning point in her training, leading her to the next phase of what has already been a highly accomplished career.
If you want a snapshot of Deborah (Deb) Kilpatrick’s storied career, you need look no further than the numerous accolades she has amassed. As just a sampling, she has been named on lists such as MM&M’s Top 40 Healthcare Transformers, FierceMedicalDevices’ Top Women in Medical Devices, Business Insider’s Most Powerful Women Engineers,
Building on a track record of great success, the sixth annual Lefteroff internship class was the biggest ever as the eight-week program keeps expanding and improving.
This year we had a broad range of interns hailing from around the country, China, India and Indonesia, with a variety of backgrounds and experiences.
Few seminar topics engage a startup audience as wholly as intellectual property, given that it’s viewed as one of the most critical components to success. Not only does it protect a company and allow it to compete among larger players, but it raises a startup’s profile among investors. In fact, 85 percent of medical device VCs say they view patents as a critical factor for funding consideration.
A seasoned medtech entrepreneur and executive, Rod Young has seen the industry from a variety of perspectives – as a division leader and eventually president of sizable companies; as an advisor and board member; and as an entrepreneur who founded, launched, took public and then sold medtech startups.
And as in the case with most luminaries in the industry,
They say that the third time’s a charm, and the third class of Ferolyn Fellows proved that – not because of who was in the class – a stellar roster as always – but because of what we all have realized the program can be, says Liz McDermott, co-founder of the Ferolyn Fellowship.