As the Fogarty Institute continues to strengthen services to its companies-in-residence in areas critical to their growth and success, Craig Straley has joined as the director of clinical and regulatory affairs, bringing more than 20 years of experience in conducting clinical research with a number of successful startups.
The Fogarty Institute has long enjoyed a reciprocal and collaborative relationship with El Camino Health, and over the years we have benefited from the expertise and mentoring of not only its physicians, but also its executive team.
Recently, Jim Griffith, who joined El Camino Hospital as chief operating officer in 2018,
A surgeon, an educator and a physician entrepreneur, James Wall, MD, has already accomplished more than most in his budding career. Recently named co-director of Stanford Biodesign’s Innovation Fellowship, he is an assistant professor of surgery at Stanford University where he focuses on minimally invasive approaches to children’s surgery. He has developed multiple medical devices,
Given his impressive track record for inventions and the boundless energy he exhibits at the age of 85, no one would be surprised if Dr. Fogarty announced he had created his very own fountain of youth.
This passionate innovator never ceases to inspire and motivate us with the critical role he continues to play at the Fogarty Institute – checking in with the entrepreneurs on a daily basis as he brainstorms ideas and encourages them to keep looking for better pathways to solve critical problems,
As the Fogarty Institute continues to expand the services it provides its partners and companies-in-residence, John Morriss, a seasoned medtech R&D professional, joins us as director of our Invention Acceleration program.
A patent attorney and inventor who also has extensive experience successfully founding companies, Earl ”Eb” Bright has been an invaluable player in advancing the medical technology industry.
In addition to his role as president and general counsel of ExploraMed, he has served on the executive team of many of its startup companies,
He almost needs no introduction, and yet, we would be remiss in not sharing a few of his finest traits: A contagious passion for our industry, an affinity for finding better solutions and an enthusiasm to share his insight and knowledge.
Every now and then you meet someone who deeply inspires you to strive to be the best individual and leader you can be – and who shows you the value and role of soft skills, like grit, creativity and communication, to not only survive the daily challenges we all face, but to thrive despite them.
The Fogarty Institute prides itself on hiring staff members who are as innovative and impressive as its companies-in-residence. That means that not only must they have the skill sets for the specific job, but they also come with a well-rounded background and passion for the industry and the startup environment, thus allowing them to inspire our colleagues and mentor our entrepreneurs.
Casey McGlynn’s roots in the medical device industry go back over 40 years. During much of that period he has had the good fortune to observe and work with Tom Fogarty as a surgeon, inventor, company founder, investor and board member. Today Casey is a board member at the Fogarty Institute and a partner of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich &