What are you hoping to get out of this experience as an EIR at Trinity?
I have had the privilege of working with several incredibly smart doctor/professors-turned-venture-capitalists, including Tony Chou from The Vertical Group, Jon Root from USVP, Vijay Pande from Andreessen Horowitz, and Robert Mittendorf from Norwest Venture Partners. They were professional role models for me, helping me envision the evolution of my career from a clinician (who delivers treatments) to a professor (who designs treatments) to an operator (who creates companies that disseminate treatments) to an investor (who identifies and develops such companies).
I wanted to be an EIR at Trinity Ventures to deepen my understanding of what it’s like to be on the other side of the table and to learn the ropes of the venture industry as I transition into a full-time investor. Trinity has made a few health-related investments — Care.com, Bulletproof , Cyrus Biotechnology — and I’m excited to help partners like Dan Scholnick explore other health tech investment opportunities.
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