Shubhra Jain, MD

Office Hours: Shubhra Jain, MD. Pitch to Cota Capital

Would you like to pitch your company to the venture investment firm Cota Capital? They are looking for startups with the following technologies: “digital health, life science tools, and devices and futuristic healthcare technologies such as synthetic biology and 3D printing.”

Our office hours are hosted by leading experts who have generously offered their services pro bono to our entrepreneurs.

If your application is approved, we will invite you to choose a timeslot and require a $100 credit card deposit. The deposit will be refunded the day after you attend. No-shows will not receive a refund. Please be punctual; arrivals late by more than 15 minutes will be considered no-shows.

If you find that you are unable to attend, you may request a refund up to 48 hours in advance. (This will give us time to offer the slot to the first person on the waitlist.) We regret that we cannot honor requests made at a later time.

Where and When

Suite 214, Byers Hall, UCSF Mission Bay (1700 4th Street, San Francisco)
Thursday, October 11


Applications accepted through Thursday, October 4.

About Shubhra Jain

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Dr. Shubhra Jain joined Cota in 2018 as a Senior Associate where she is responsible for sourcing, executing and analyzing healthcare investments. Prior to Cota, Shubhra was Associate Director of Commercial Strategy and Corporate Development at Natera where she focused on Biopharma Partnerships, the diligence of potential acquisitions, market research and competitive positioning. Prior to Natera, she led Product management for Acute care suite of products at Pieces Technologies where she led product development and launch of SaaS risk surveillance and prediction solutions for clinical outcomes and published peer-reviewed research on the subject. Prior to Pieces, Dr. Jain served as a consultant and an advisor to several health tech startups and Fortune 500 companies.

Dr. Jain is a Primary Care Physician from India, has her Masters in Engineering from Stanford with a major in Biodesign and her MBA from the Wharton School of Business.