Expert Consult with Ajay Dharia, MD: Clinical Validation at Different Stages of Company Growth: From the Eyes of an Investor
February 29, 2024
Are you seeking advice on the levels of clinical evidence that attract investors at various stages of your company’s growth? Have questions about the type of clinical validation needed to pique investor interest during the early, mid, or late stages of development? Want to understand how investors’ perspectives evolve with the progression of clinical trials and data validation?
Get your questions answered on February 29. Apply by February 16 for a 45-minute consultation with Dr. Ajay Dharia, Partner at Medical Technology Venture Partners (MTVP).
Bay View Analytics offers statistical consulting across all disciplines with a focus on biomedical research, with projects ranging in all stages from early lead generation, pre-clinical and clinical trial designs, regulatory submissions, and late-stage commercial products. We have consulted successfully with start-ups and companies in diagnostics, devices (including AI), digital healthcare, and therapeutics.
About Ajay Dharia, MD
Dr. Ajay Dharia brings a unique blend of medical and venture capital expertise to the table. He received his medical degree from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, followed by an engineering degree from UC Berkeley. He completed his residency and fellowship in internal medicine and pulmonary/critical care at UCSF Medical Center. After his fellowship, he ventured into medical device development, focusing on artificial organ technology. Alongside his role at MTVP, he practices clinically in two ICUs in the San Francisco Bay Area, providing him with firsthand insights into the clinical and investor aspects of medical technology.
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