Aug 10, 2021
Anyone who’s spent time in the medtech field knows that the name Josh Makower is synonymous with innovation, as he has blazed numerous trails for new technologies and therapies alike.
Josh cut his teeth at Pfizer, then went on to become the quintessential entrepreneur, founding eight medtech companies in a variety of clinical specialties including minimally invasive vascular surgery; ear, nose and throat (ENT) issues; and women's health.
He created an incubator, ExploraMed, to bring promising technologies to market and has been and still is a general partner at NEA, a global venture capital firm that funds innovation; and is the incoming director of the Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign.
In this episode, we discover the personality behind the genius and find out what drives his passion and made him who he is today.