A special livestream webinar for startup founders and investors.
Digital Health and Medical Technology
Hosted by Foley & Lardner, and 4thly. Wednesday, July 26, 11am PDT. Register below.
There is tremendous innovation going on today in medicine and health. AI and big data are coming together to drive personalized medicine, robotics are driving advances in minimally-invasive surgery, and telehealth is changing the way primary care services are delivered. Meanwhile Digital Health platforms are better connecting clinicians and patients and helping consumers everywhere live healthier lives. How do startup founders and investors navigate all the tremendous opportunities in this sector? What are the trends? Join us as a panel of experts discuss all this and more. Register now.
Michele Colucci is Managing Partner of DigitalDx Ventures, investing in early-stage health technology companies that deliver innovative solutions using artificial intelligence (AI) to better diagnose + treat illness. She has authored six patents in the technology space, and serves on the Boards of Directors Nephrosant, Optina Diagnostics, Prime Genomics, and Delphi Diagnostics. She is West Coast Ambassador to the Nobel Laureate Foundation, and holds BA and JD degrees from Georgetown University.
Louis Lehot is a partner and business lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP, based in the firm’s Silicon Valley offices, where he is a member of the Private Equity & Venture Capital, M&A and Transactions Practices as well as the Technology, Health Care, Life Sciences and Energy Industry Teams. Louis focuses his practice on advising entrepreneurs and their management teams, investors and financial advisors at all stages of growth, from garage to global. Louis especially enjoys being able to help his clients achieve hyper-growth, go public and to successfully obtain optimal liquidity events. Learn more.
Oliver Keown, MD
Oliver Keown is Managing Partner at Intuitive Ventures, the venture capital arm of Intuitive, the global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer in the field of robotic-assisted surgery. He sits on several boards of transformative early-stage startups across digital health, medtech, therapeutic and diagnostic domains. Previously he was with GE Ventures. He received his BS and MD degrees from The University of Edinburgh.
Bret Waters, Moderator
Bret Waters has been in Silicon Valley his entire life as an entrepreneur, executive, and investor. Today he teaches entrepreneurship at Stanford University, runs the 4thly Startup Accelerator, and coaches startup CEO’s at Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship. Previously he founded and ran three venture-funded Silicon Valley software companies. He received his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.