#12. David Kim: Changing the Healthcare Ecosystem at DigiTx Partners

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David is the CEO of DigiTx Partners, bringing both business and clinical expertise to venture capital with an extensive background practicing medicine and building healthcare software companies. Most recently, Dr. Kim served as the COO of Lumiata, a venture-backed predictive analytics company positioned at the intersection of data science and medical science. Prior to Lumiata, he spent over a decade as an investor evaluating and growing healthcare companies at MPM Capital and Pinnacle Ventures. Before entering the business sector, David practiced as a general internist and hospitalist at Kaiser South San Francisco where he also served as the Director of Urgent Care and Assistant Chief of Internal Medicine. David completed his internal medicine residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and is a graduate from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (M.D), Stanford Graduate School of Business (M.B.A.), and Pomona College (B.A., Biology). In addition to leading the DigiTx fund, David serves as an active advisor to the Catalyst Program within the UCSF Clinical & Translational Science Institute.

#4. Kirsten Carroll: How to Develop, Communicate, and Deliver on a Winning Medtech Strategy

#4. Kirsten Carroll: How to Develop, Communicate, and Deliver on a Winning Medtech Strategy

Kirsten Carroll holds over 15 years of experience in product development, marketing, strategy and business development for medical devices in stroke care. Currently VP for Strategic Development at The Stroke Project, she has held senior positions at Imperative Care and Stryker Neurovascular, where she built the Marketing Operations department into a nine-person strategic development team.

#3. Michael Seres: From Hacking an Ostomy Sensor to Commercializing a Platform for Patients Worldwide

#3. Michael Seres: From Hacking an Ostomy Sensor to Commercializing a Platform for Patients Worldwide

Michael Seres, founder and CEO of UK- and US- based 11 Health and Technologies, was the 11th Briton to receive an intestinal transplant. His company has developed a Bluetooth sensor and associated platform that allows patients with colostomies and similar conditions to monitor output and receive alerts when their medical bags need to be emptied.