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Healthcare SIG: Moving Closer to the Patient & Expediting Lab Results

April 2 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Healthcare SIG Moving Closer To The Patient & Expediting Lab Results

COVID accelerated the movement of healthcare services closer to the patient than ever before. Telemedicine was embraced by clinicians around the country and pharmacies and new urgent care facilities sprung up everywhere, offering a plethora of new services and tests. Truvian and Pleno are companies that provide important services and tests closer to the point of care of the patient. Both companies have secured top tier venture funding and have entered the stage of full commercialization. Join us at this program where you will gain insight into their respective journeys and where they believe they will be with clinician and patient adoption.

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Parking:

The Boardwalk offers free parking to all visitors in the surface lots surrounding all 3 buildings within the complex.

Moderator:

Steve Przesmicki, Partner, Cooley

Steven M. Przesmicki specializes in corporate and securities law, and regularly acts as outside corporate counsel to public and private companies. Steve represent clients on SEC and corporate governance matters, public financings, mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, and venture capital and other private financings. He has represented issuers and underwriters in offerings involving well over $2 billion of securities, and advised clients on M&A transactions ranging in value from under $10 million to up to several billion dollars. Steve has also represented clients in a number of other complex transactions such as debt redemptions, joint ventures, option-exchange tender offers and strategic commercial transactions.

Steve represents clients across multiple industries, including analytics, gaming technology, consumer software, diagnostics, enterprise software, ecommerce, life sciences, medical devices and semiconductor equipment manufacturing. These companies range from start-ups to public companies with over $500 million in annual revenues.

Steve previously led the internal legal department of a public technology company, where he managed seven attorneys. There he was responsible for all of the company’s legal affairs, including general corporate governance, SEC and Nasdaq matters, securities/financing transactions, strategic investments, commercial transactions, joint ventures, international operations, real estate and facilities matters, patent and trademark prosecution, mergers and acquisitions, human resources, contests and sweepstakes, and litigation matters. His role also involved active support of the company’s accounting, finance, tax, banking, insurance, investor relations, lobbying and business development activities.

Steve has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America. He was also recognized in the 2013 edition of San Diego Super Lawyers, and the 2014-2016, 2018-2019 editions of Southern California Super Lawyers.

Steve received his law degree, cum laude, from the University of Wisconsin Law School, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and served as an associate editor of the Wisconsin Law Review. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Prior to attending law school, Steve served as an officer in the United States Navy.

Steve joined the Firm in 1995 and is resident in the San Diego office.

Panel:

Mark Bowles, Truvian and ecoATM Founder

Mark Bowles is a serial entrepreneur (co-founder of 7 venture-backed start-ups), inventor, 100+ patents (25 Issued US patents, 77 issued International patents, dozens pending), product designer (20+ awards including a Crunchies), marketer, and scientist (NSF grantee/PI). Mark has 25+ yrs in semiconductors, tech, retail, and biotech. He’s founded 7 start-ups, raised 18 VC rounds ($250M+). Before VCs in a Van, Mark was a founder at Truvian; ecoATM ($350M acq); VP Mktg at Vativ (Entropic acq); Staccato (VP Mktg); BOPS, President/COO (Altera acq.). Prior to this he helped form and fund Power Computing ($130M acq by Apple ’96); Panorama Designs (acq by Motorola ’96); and BlueSteel Networks (2000 acq by Broadcom for $110M). Bowles spent 6 years at Motorola Semiconductor where he held various distribution management, sales and market development positions; he left Motorola in ’96 as VP MSPI of PowerPC Market Development.

Mark has also been a National Science Foundation principal investigator, grantee and researcher. He has been an active standards member of IEEE 802.15.3a, 802.15.4a, 802.11n; co-founded MBOA (marketing chair); WiMedia Alliance director (Liaison to China Chapter); key contributor to Certified Wireless USB; and Chair of DRF regulatory committee.

Mark has been an invited guest lecturer on entrepreneurism and innovation at Duke, Stanford, UCSD, USD, SDSU, USC, Pepperdine, Hult, Wharton, Harvard, and Texas A&M. Mark is a board member and Sr Fellow with Pepperdine’s Graziadio school of business and USD’s Center for Peace and Commerce.

Mark earned a BS in Industrial Distribution from Texas A&M, and a Master of Science in Technology Management (eMBA) from Pepperdine University. Raised in Southeast Texas by Greek Orthodox, cajun, hippies, Mark now lives in La Jolla, CA with his wife and 3 sons.

Gavin Stone, VP of Product Development, Pleno

Gavin is an electronic engineer by training who, over the past 25 years, has navigated his career into life sciences via the wireless communications and semiconductor industries. He has been with Pleno since its inception and leads product development activities as well as marketing and business development. Previously, Gavin worked at Illumina leading their software product marketing team after Illumina acquired Edico Genome in 2018 for $100 Million. At Edico, he was responsible for the startup company’s marketing, business development and corporate development activities. While at Edico, Gavin helped to set two Guinness World Records and spearheaded efforts to have their ground-breaking product, DRAGEN, be named The Scientist magazine’s number one innovation for 2014. Prior to that, he managed numerous high volume cellular products and software platforms at Broadcom after they acquired Zyray Wireless in 2004 for $100 Million. Gavin held key software development and later product marketing roles as part of the Zyray Wireless team that developed a 3G cellular processor. Gavin holds 10 granted US patents.

ABOUT COOLEY

Cooley is the go-to law firm for companies developing cutting-edge technologies and has a long tradition of representing clients in a range of issues relating to AI and machine learning. We deploy a multidisciplinary team of lawyers with deep subject matter knowledge who understand the intricacies and complexities of large language models, machine learning and artificial intelligence technology.

ABOUT EVONEXUS

EvoNexus is California’s leading nonprofit technology startup incubator located in San Diego. EvoNexus has successfully incubated over 260 startups with a survival rate of over 85%. Since the incubator’s formation in 2010, EvoNexus companies have secured over $1.6B in venture funding, $10B in pre-exit valuation, and had over 45 acquisitions valued at over $2.1B. YTD $240M invested. EvoNexus is supported by corporate partners, including some of the largest multinational corporations in the world such as Qualcomm, Viasat, muRata, pSemi, and more! For more information, please visit evonexus.org.

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Cooley LLP
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San Diego, CA 92121 United States
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