Canceled: Biomedical Informatics Entrepreneurs Salon with Eleanor Herriman, MD, MBA
February 08th, 2018 ~ 11:30am - 01:30pm
Harvard Medical School, Waterhouse Room, Gordon Hall 1st Floor, 25 Shattuck St., Boston, MA 02115
A monthly conversation about medicine, biology, computers, entrepreneurship, and pizza. Open to all.
Please note, this meeting has been canceled. Join us again on March 5.
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Eleanor Herriman, MD, MBA
Dr. Herriman is a seasoned health care executive with expertise that combines medicine, engineering, and business. An MBA graduate of Harvard Business School, she has a 25+ year track record of care delivery innovation and strategic industry change. Dr. Herriman is currently President of LEH Medical Consulting; most recently, she was Chief Medical Informatics Officer for Viewics, Inc. Read more about Dr. Herriman's extensive experience on LinkedIn.
Dr. Herriman began studying electrical engineering at Rice University, followed by medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and pathology training at UCSF. Neural networks were her top avocation at this time, so when serendipity brought her in contact with a New York start-up using neural networks to analyze Pap smears, the entrepreneurial bug bit and she moved across the country to join Neuromedical Systems, Inc. (NSIX). The next seven years provided her a priceless education in building businesses, commercializing medical software that uses neural networks, marketing to multiple audiences with different incentives, and competing with other ventures.
Dr. Herriman was the Chief Medical Officer of NSIX, which raised $100M in an IPO in 1997. NSIX was the first company to receive FDA PMA approval for a neural network device. Dr. Herriman will focus her discussion on her NSIX experiences.