Company/Title: Vice President of Innovation, Lansinoh Laboratories
Specialties: Health care, biodesign, intellectual property, venture and angel investing, corporate structures and stock, health care and retail sales, biomedical engineering and materials
Rush is a serial entrepreneur who has previously started multiple health care technology companies, two have been acquired, one failed, and one is growing with 20 plus employees. He is currently vice president of innovation at Lansinoh Laboratories, a women’s health company, and also serves as the associate director for corporate education at Stanford’s Byers Center for Biodesign. He was a recipient of the Outstanding Young Texas Ex Award in 2019 and Silicon Valley Business Journal’s 40 under 40 in 2017.
Ask me about: Patents and licensing, company formation, fundraising strategy, are we working on the right problem/need? Anything health care-related to technology, workflow, or regulatory questions (device, service, software, or pharma/biotech-related). Anything startup related (even outside of health care)-sales marketing and commercial strategy, founder issues and stock, tax treatment and incentives. Investor strategies — VC and angels. Corporate partnerships and sponsored research — relationships with all key people in nearly every fortune 500 medtech company. Pretty much anything throughout the startup journey from initial formation to series B fundraising <$20M