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episode 6

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with john flavin

with john flavin

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click on a container to listen to one of the episodes (they are labeled DON'T WORRY)

 

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lab rats to unicorns

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episode 4

 

This episode is all about Anna Lisa Somera– Co-founder and CEO of Rhaeos, Inc., a Northwestern University spin-out developing wearable flow monitoring devices. 

Anna Lisa is an experienced life science start up entrepreneur and executive, venture capitalist, NIH grant writing expert, technology transfer specialist and biomedical researcher specialized in early-stage, cutting edge technology businesses. So yeah, as you can imagine, this episode covers a lot of ground—you don’t want to miss it!!

Episode 6 teaches us about Dr. Stacy Lindau (Founder), Rachel Kohler (CEO) and NowPow: a platform designed to “Engineer Self Care.”  

Dr. Stacy Lindau is a practicing physician and tenured professor at the University of Chicago with esteem in the internation scientific research community – specifically for her published work on women’s and population health.

Rachel brings over 30 years of business experience spanning investment banking, management consulting and general management to her role at NowPow. She holds a BA from Princeton University and an MBA from the University of Chicago. 

They combine their first-hand experience in health care, medicine, technology, business and innovation to drive a fast-growing team and revolutionary product. Women-owned and led, with a diverse team based on Chicago’s South Side and New York City, NowPow reflects the populations they serve. 

Lindsay Androski is the President and CEO of Roivant Social Ventures (RSV) : a 501(c)(3) social impact organization started by leaders from Roivant Sciences. RSV takes a venture philanthropy approach to investing in and incubating promising health initiatives. Prior to her initiation into the life science industry, Lindsay utilized her degrees from M.I.T. as a trial lawyer and an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Alexandria, Virginia, where she led investigations and prosecutions of high-profile cybercrime and national security cases and received the highest awards given by several federal agencies. In this episode, Lindsay tells John about her journey, about social impact in the life science industry (and why it is important to her), and about the future of science as a process and as a product.

David Schonthal is an award-winning Professor of Strategy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship at the Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern University), the Director of Entrepreneurship Programs at Kellogg and the Faculty Director of the Zell Fellows Program.  During the pandemic, David and his colleague, Loran Nordgren, wrote The Human Element: a book centered around their original concept, Friction Theory, which is a ground-breaking methodology that explains why even the most promising innovations and change initiatives often struggle to gain traction with their intended audiences as released. The episode content travels between personal stories and inspirations, career pivots and evolutions, academia: how it succeeds and fails and, especially Friction Theory/The Human Element.