Gino assists startups with placement into the QB3 incubator network and beyond. He also oversees the day-to-day operations at the QB3 [email protected] and coordinates the development of new incubator spaces. He has more than 15 years experience working at established life science companies and providing strategic and funding advice to startup companies. Gino earned his PhD in physics from UC Berkeley.
Accelerators play a vital role in biomedical and digital health startups, providing advice, direction, resources, industry connections and funding required to start bringing their product visions to market. This Showcase will feature leading academic initiatives that train aspiring medical technology innovators and commercial accelerators that help scientists create radically innovative companies, as well as selected successful startups.