A strong and experienced team that is committed to bringing sustainable change to those affected by Kidney Disease in Africa

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Management Team

Nikhil Lawrence Pereira-Kamath has over 15 years of experience in the dialysis space having previously run a non-for-profit organization, Youth That Care, whose mission was to provide assistance to the developing world via the establishment of dialysis centers. Youth That Care established dialysis centers across India and the first dialysis center in Burundi. Nik Co-Founded Africa Healthcare Network in 2015 with the goal of increasing access to care by increasing awareness and reducing the cost of care in the Sub-Saharan region while adhering to global standards of quality. Previously, Nik worked in the private equity industry as an associate at Berkshire Partners, a Boston based investment firm with $11.0Bn+ in AUM. At Berkshire, Nik engaged in all aspects of the investment process, including Berkshire’s $2.1Bn acquisition and subsequent merger of Lightower Fiber Networks and Sidera Networks in 2013 and $875MM acquisition of the Portillo’s Restaurant Group in 2014. Additionally, Nik was a member of the Healthcare OnPoint Team – a core investment team that focuses on “getting smart” on the healthcare industry. Prior to joining Berkshire, he was an analyst at Morgan Stanley in the Healthcare Group where he focused primarily in biopharmaceuticals and healthcare services. Transactions at Morgan Stanley include the sale of Pharmasset to Gilead Sciences for $11.1Bn, sale of HealthDataInsights to HMS Holdings for $400MM, sale of Pharmaceutical Product Development to Carlyle and Hellman & Friedman for $3.9Bn. Prior to Morgan Stanley, he worked at Oxford Bioscience Partners where he worked as a research analyst, covering a portfolio company, FlowMedica. He holds a patent with Harry Goodson IV, Jeffrey Elkins and Samir Patel for the “Treatment Systems and Methods for Renal-Related Diseases”. Nik was a Candidate for an MBA at Harvard Business School Class of 2016 where he received First Year Honors before deciding to defer his second year to launch AHN. Prior to joining Harvard Business School. Nik graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with a degree in Economics and a certificate in Finance.
Dr. Lloyd Vincent is a Senior Consultant Nephrologist and Clinical Director of the Dialysis services at the Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospitals and Satellite centers, Bangalore, India. He was formerly Associate Professor and Head of Nephrology at St John\'s Medical College, Bangalore, India. In 1999, Dr Vincent was awarded the International Society of Nephrology Fellowship, to train in cadaver kidney transplantation at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, USA. He received a Masters Degree in Medical Informatics from The Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands in 2001. Dr.Vincent completed a clinical nephrology fellowship from the University of Toronto, Canada in 2006, during which period he received the “Marc Goldstein Clinician of the year award - 2005”. In 2007, he completed a renal transplant fellowship from the Multiorgan Transplant Unit, University of Toronto, Canada and was awarded the fellowship of the American Society of Transplantation. His keen interest in nephrology and renal transplantation, informatics in healthcare, healthcare quality and the use of evidence in healthcare management led to the completion of a Masters Degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Toronto in 2009. He is currently an accredited Canadian Healthcare Executive and awarded the CHE degree. In addition, in India he is also currently involved with the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH), a constituent board of Quality Council of India as an assessor. His major interests and research publications have focused on renal transplantation, the various levels of prevention of diabetic renal disease, disease management in chronic care, use of quality in healthcare and also the use of information technology such as point of care devices for remote medical monitoring.
Katharine brings over seven years of experience in healthcare strategy, finance, and operations, both in the United States and across many countries in Africa. Katharine started her career as consultant at Analysis Group conducting economic analyses in the context of hospital merger antitrust litigation cases and supporting pharmaceutical clients with market access strategies. Katharine began her career on the continent in 2014 as a member of the Global Pediatric HIV team at the Clinton Health Access Initiative. While at CHAI, Katharine lived in Swaziland, Zambia, and Rwanda and supported governments with strategic initiatives across a portfolio of over eight countries in East and Southern Africa. Katharine led projects on supply chain improvements, private sector engagement, costing of national strategic plans, operational pilots, and performance management systems for national and subnational level. Katharine has also led strategic planning for the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda, developed business plans and implementation strategies for operational excellence and clinical effectiveness initiatives across Kaiser Permanente’s hospital system, and supported healthcare clients with merger strategies while a consultant at McKinsey. In May 2019, Katharine graduated with an MBA from Harvard Business School where she received honors and an MPP from Harvard Kennedy School. Katharine focused her final year of graduate school on accounting and finance courses. Her year-long thesis professor under the accounting Professor Bob Kaplan, original author of time-driven activity-based costing methodology, explored the application of value-based healthcare principles in a global health setting and received the highest possible mark of Distinction. Katharine also graduated from Duke with a Bachelor of Science in Economics with High Distinction.
Dr. Joseph Ntarindwa has over 10 years of experience in the industry having previously been a Senior Consultant Physician & Nephrologist and the Head of the Renal Unit at King Faisal Hospital, Kigali, responsible for the management of renal patients undergoing dialysis and transplantation - the center currently provides peritoneal and hemodialysis. Previously led the team that did the first kidney transplantation in Rwanda. Dr. Ntarindwa is the Chairman of the National Renal Care Committee which is charged with developing a renal care system in the country. The committee selects suitable patients with ESRD for dialysis on support from a public fund if they are unable to fund their treatment privately. Dr. Ntarindwa was an integral part of drafting the renal care policy for Rwanda and is charged with its implementation. Previously Dr. Ntarindwa was the Head of the Department of Medicine at King Faisal Hospital from 2009-2010, leaving to establish the dialysis center of excellence unit at the Hospital. From 2006-2008, Dr. Ntarindwa was a fellow in the division of Nephrology, Johannesburg Hospital and the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. Dr. Ntarindwa has published a number of papers on Kidney Transplantation and Dialysis in Rwanda and authored the National Renal Health Policy and Implementation for the country. He is a part-time lecturer in Nephrology at the National University of Rwanda. Dr. Ntarindwa holds a Certificate in Nephrology from the College of Physicians of South Africa, a Master of Medicine (MMed) from the University of Nairobi, Kenya, and a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB, ChB) from Makerere University Kampala, Uganda.
Patrick Nshizirungu is the Head of Operations and Business Development at Africa Healthcare Network -Rwanda. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Management from Southern New Hampshire University from United States. He got the degree after completing online courses via the Kepler Program in Rwanda, which is a partner of Southern New Hampshire to provide competence-based education. During his studies, he worked as sports coordinator at Kepler. He worked as Product Marketer at Kigali Farms. He later he joined Africa Healthcare Network as Center Manager at Kimihurura Standalone Dialysis Center from December 2015- April 2017. He was a part of the team that started Gihundwe Dialysis Center and after two years he was promoted to the Head of Operations and Business Development at AHN.
Shabani has recently graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting (Hons) from University of Dar es Salaam, he has internship experience of banking functions with CRDB PLC and also accounting relative activities on a local healthcare Center. He is currently enrolling himself into the Association of Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA) to become a Certified and Professional Accountant.
Vijay has previously worked for over 15 years as a specialist in biomedical engineering and medical electronics most recently serving as Chief Biomedical Engineer for Narayana Hrudayalaya Limited responsible for pan-Indian operations of all biomedical engineering across their 13 dialysis centers and over 400 dialysis machines and related biomedical equipment. Vijay managed a team of 10 biomedical engineers across India carrying out periodic preventative maintenance, installation of equipment, and trouble shooting of brands such as Baxter/Gambro, NIPRO, Fresenius, and Nikkiso. He coordinated with respective representative engineeers of satellite centers/hospitals to ensure timely servicing on-site and implemented tracking protocols and quality standards for setting up and meeting launch timelines. Previously, Vijay worked at a number of leading Dialysis Manufacturers and Distributors including Trimedx India, Trivitron Health Care, Fresenius Medical Care India and others. He received his ITI - Medical Electronics from MCEBTI College.
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Hannah comes from a clinical management background, and has been working in East Africa across the last 5 years. When Hannah first arrived in Tanzania, she was contracted through Australian Aid as a Health Systems Mentor with The Plaster House, an organization that provides surgical and rehabilitative healthcare for children living with physical disabilities. In her role she helped develop initiatives to targeted gaps in healthcare, including comprehensive nursing assessment, improved post-surgical care, and malnutrition clinics. Following her time at The Plaster House, Hannah moved to NSK Hospitals Ltd as the Outpatient Department Manager where she oversaw the development and implementation of healthcare policies and procedures, developed community health programs, performed internal audits for quality assurance and up-skilled the medical staff in Emergency Care, in addition to the day-to-day management of the busy OPD clinic. Hannah has a Bachelors Degree in Nursing and a Bachelors of Public Health from Queensland University of Technology, both of which she graduated with Academic Distinction.
Judith has previously worked for over 3 years in administration at Mawalla Advocates in Arusha Tanzania managing over 30 workers and overseeing all the administration functions in the office. She directly handled and maintained the workflow of the office. Judith Holds Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting at the Open University of Tanzania. She is currently enrolling herself into the National Board of Accountant and Auditors (NBAA) to become a Certified Public Accountant
Pasteur Bonus Cyuzuzo has over three years of experience in marketing and administration. Prior to joining Africa Healthcare Network in 2016, he previously worked as a Marketing Coordinator Intern at Kigali Farms and later as Customer Branding Officer at Go Limited. After joining AHN, he served as Center Administrator of Gisenyi Dialysis Center, the first-ever dialysis center in a private-public partnership with Ministry of Health. His responsibilities included handling the overall administration of the dialysis unit, taking care of inventory management and monitoring and coordinate functions between the clinical and non-clinical team. In 2018, he received extensive training in accounting from Haystack Africa and was promoted to Marketing and Finance Manager for AHN Rwanda. he is responsible for coordinating business development activities, accounting, and bookkeeping in Rwanda.  He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication with Business Concentration from Southern New Hampshire University. He is passionate about the ideas that are intended to transform societies and positively impact the world at large. 
Huruma has been working with AHN from December 2018. She has previously worked at Muhimbilio National Hospital for 18 months as intern of biomedical engineering across multiple departments including radiology, renal, dental, dialysis and cardiac department. Her responsibilities at AHN include installations, servicing, and management of all equipment.
Baraka has five years of experience in Procurement and Logistics field. His professional history includes positions such as Logistics Coordinator at Aramex Tanzania Ltd, Procurement Officer at CPF Tanzania Ltd as well as Logistics Manager at Solar Kiosk Tanzania Ltd. He is currently the Supply Chain Manager at Africa Healthcare Network. He has a Bachelor Degree in Procurement and Logistics Management from Mzumbe University, Tanzania and is a Certified as Procurement and Supplies Professional (CPSP) by PSPTB and IFPSM. He is also registered as a Graduate Procurement and Supplies Professional by Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB) of Tanzania.
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Yasir comes from a medical background, he is by profession a radiographer who for the past 7 years has been working with Pacific Diagnostics ltd, An advanced partner of Siemens Healthineers, as an application specialist which entailed him to travel to multiple countries in Eastern and Western Africa and meet with high ranking officials from the hospitals he trained as well as from the ministry of health of the respective country. Before he Joined Pacific Diagnostics Ltd he worked in the imaging department at Aga khan hospital Dar es salaam as a chief Radiographer for 4 years. During his tenure he was responsible to oversee the running of the imaging department but in addition was also an internal certified auditor for ISO accreditation of the hospital. Also during his tenure at the hospital he was part of a team that did the first IVC filter insertion in Tanzania. He also started and operated his own outsourced Imaging diagnostics business in Mwanza, Tanzania.
Theo has worked with Africa Healthcare Network as a dialysis nurse. Before joining AHN, Theophile Nishimwe volunteered with Team Heart, Rwanda, an American team which offers cardiac surgery to Rwandese. In this role, he managed critically ill patients and worked with an expert medical team from Bringham women hospital. He started at AHN in 2015, working as a renal nurse and became head of nursing in 2016 at a newly opened AHN dialysis center at Gisenyi hospital. Currently, he is Head of Nursing and Quality Assurance; where he is responsible for clinical activities and AKI and CKD patients monitoring across the country. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Nursing from the University of Rwanda, College of Medicine and Health Sciences
Zakayo Mchami has over 3 years experience in audit, finance and accounting practice. Prior to joining Africa Healthcare Network in 2019, he previously worked as an external auditor with Tax Plan Auditors, an audit and taxation consulting firm accredited by the National Board of Accountants and Auditors in Tanzania (NBAA), where he conducted clients’ financial analysis, financial audits in accordance with IASs, IFRSs and ISAs, and taxation audits in accordance with the Tanzania taxation and revenue laws. He also worked as an internal finance and taxation auditor with GJB Group of Companies, a network of companies in Tanzania trading in tourism, agriculture, construction and insurance, where he pioneered the implementation of the Enterprise Resource Planning Systems in finance and accounting for all subsidiary companies. Zakayo graduated with an MBA in 2018 from University of Dar es Salaam Business School (UDBS) with a research specialization in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). He received his CPA from NBAA in 2017. Prior to joining NBAA, Zakayo graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting from University of Dar es Salaam Business School (UDBS).
Aimable Shingiro serves as a Corporate Engineer at Africa Healthcare Network Ltd, where he coordinates all technical related works including electrical, plumbing, center renovation and dialysis machine maintenance. Since he joined in 2016, he has contributed to the construction of both Kimihurura standalone center and Gisenyi center mainly in electrical installation. Aimable holds a High School Diploma in Industrial Electricity with more than 3 years of experience. He has received basic training on an AK98 Dialysis machine and he has 2 years of experience working with the dialysis machines.
Mika has been with AHN since Feb 2018. She started out as a Center Manager and now works as AHN's Operations Manager. In this role, she works directly with all Center Managers to ensure the smooth operations of our centers. She is responsible for overseeing the training of all our Center Managers and having started out as a Center Manager herself, she has deep expertise in running a center. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Botswana where she majored in Biology and Chemistry. She is currently pursuing a Master's in International Business Management. 
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AHN is supported by world-class advisors in healthcare who have led significant change across India and Africa and have amassed over 100 years of healthcare experience

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Board of Directors

Brian J. G. Pereira is a veteran biopharmaceutical and healthcare leader with experience in financing and growing companies. He is currently President & CEO of Visterra Inc. an innovative biotechnology company in Waltham, MA. He is an Adjunct Professor of Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine, the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, and the Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Visterra Inc. and as Chairman of NephroPlus Ltd in India. Until November 2011, he was the President and CEO of AMAG Pharmaceuticals in Lexington, MA. At AMAG, Dr. Pereira raised four financing rounds at increasing valuations, and built the clinical development, manufacturing, supply-chain, and commercial infrastructure for the company's iron therapy product for anemia. He had previously served as President & CEO of the physician corporation at Tufts Medical Center and interim Chief Operating Officer at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. He is the former President of the National Kidney Foundation (USA), and member of the Board of Directors for ten years. He served as Chairman of the Board of the Harvard-MIT Biomedical Enterprise Program (BEP), and a Member of the Board of Advisors of the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences & Technology (HST) Program. Dr. Pereira has an extensive knowledge of kidney disease and the factors affecting treatment and reimbursement. He served as an Assistant Editor for Seminars in Dialysis, Associate Editor for Advances in Renal Replacement Therapy and Editorial Boards of all the major scientific journals in nephrology and transplantation. He is a world-renowned researcher and educator in the field of nephrology. He was the Editor of the widely read textbook “Chronic Kidney Disease, Dialysis and Transplantation” which is the companion to Brenner & Rector’s “The Kidney”. He has authored over 200 scientific publications. He received his MBBS from St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore, India; MD (Internal Medicine) and DM (Nephrology) from the Post Graduate Institute (PGI) Chandigarh, India; and MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.
Dr. Brian J.G. Pereira:   President, Chief Executive Officer and Director, Visterra, Inc.

Dr. Brian J.G. Pereira: President, Chief Executive Officer and Director, Visterra, Inc.

Dr Kelechi Ohiri is a Managing Partner at Flint Atlantic and has over 15 years’ experience in the healthcare sector spanning clinical medicine, consultancy and advisory in the public and private sectors. Kelechi has served as a Senior Adviser to the Ministers of Health and Finance in Nigeria. He was also an Engagement Manager with McKinsey and Company, where he served healthcare clients in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. His functional focus areas were private equity, strategy and organization design. Before McKinsey, Kelechi worked with the World Bank Group, focusing on strengthening health systems in emerging markets in Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Kelechi has served on a number of global expert advisory panels for several international organizations, including the Institute of Medicine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Bank and the World Health Organization and serves as Chair of a working group on Programmatic Sustainability for the Global Fund. He is currently on the Board of the WHO’s Alliance for Health Systems and Policy Research. He is also a Visiting Scientist at the Harvard University, a Desmond Tutu fellow of the African Leadership Initiative and member of the Aspen Global Leadership network. Dr Ohiri earned a medical degree from the University of Lagos. He also holds a Master of Public Health degree and a Master of Science in Health Policy and Management, both from Harvard University.
Dr. Lloyd Vincent is a Senior Consultant Nephrologist and Clinical Director of the Dialysis services at the Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospitals and Satellite centers, Bangalore, India. He was formerly Associate Professor and Head of Nephrology at St John\'s Medical College, Bangalore, India. In 1999, Dr Vincent was awarded the International Society of Nephrology Fellowship, to train in cadaver kidney transplantation at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, USA. He received a Masters Degree in Medical Informatics from The Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands in 2001. Dr.Vincent completed a clinical nephrology fellowship from the University of Toronto, Canada in 2006, during which period he received the “Marc Goldstein Clinician of the year award - 2005”. In 2007, he completed a renal transplant fellowship from the Multiorgan Transplant Unit, University of Toronto, Canada and was awarded the fellowship of the American Society of Transplantation. His keen interest in nephrology and renal transplantation, informatics in healthcare, healthcare quality and the use of evidence in healthcare management led to the completion of a Masters Degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Toronto in 2009. He is currently an accredited Canadian Healthcare Executive and awarded the CHE degree. In addition, in India he is also currently involved with the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH), a constituent board of Quality Council of India as an assessor. His major interests and research publications have focused on renal transplantation, the various levels of prevention of diabetic renal disease, disease management in chronic care, use of quality in healthcare and also the use of information technology such as point of care devices for remote medical monitoring.
Dr. Lloyd Vincent:   Co-Founder, Chief Medical Officer & Director

Dr. Lloyd Vincent: Co-Founder, Chief Medical Officer & Director

Shigeru Handa is a seasoned professional with over 20 years in business development consulting experience in the private sector as well as in international development. He has extensive experience in leading multi-national management teams even in fragile states. Handa has consulted and provided a variety of business processes and strategies: developing business/project formulations; designing methods for financing and investment structures; managing and monitoring projects for developing socio-economic infrastructure, including electricity and healthcare. In Japan, he supported companies in reforming their business portfolios and developing business investment strategies. He worked with pharmaceutical companies in enhancing their marketing and sales strategies. He is currently in charge of sourcing and evaluating innovative businesses as well as advising companies on formulating their business and partnership strategies for entering the market in Africa and the Middle East. Handa has worked at Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), Boston consulting group (BCG: Japan), Natural Lawson and United Nations Development Program (UNDP: Total of 8 years in Jordan and Iraq). He holds a Bachelor of Law from Kyoto University, a Master of Public Administration and a Master of Accounting, both, from the University of Southern California (USC), USA.
Nikhil Lawrence Pereira-Kamath has over 15 years of experience in the dialysis space having previously run a non-for-profit organization, Youth That Care, whose mission was to provide assistance to the developing world via the establishment of dialysis centers. Youth That Care established dialysis centers across India and the first dialysis center in Burundi. Nik Co-Founded Africa Healthcare Network in 2015 with the goal of increasing access to care by increasing awareness and reducing the cost of care in the Sub-Saharan region while adhering to global standards of quality. Previously, Nik worked in the private equity industry as an associate at Berkshire Partners, a Boston based investment firm with $11.0Bn+ in AUM. At Berkshire, Nik engaged in all aspects of the investment process, including Berkshire’s $2.1Bn acquisition and subsequent merger of Lightower Fiber Networks and Sidera Networks in 2013 and $875MM acquisition of the Portillo’s Restaurant Group in 2014. Additionally, Nik was a member of the Healthcare OnPoint Team – a core investment team that focuses on “getting smart” on the healthcare industry. Prior to joining Berkshire, he was an analyst at Morgan Stanley in the Healthcare Group where he focused primarily in biopharmaceuticals and healthcare services. Transactions at Morgan Stanley include the sale of Pharmasset to Gilead Sciences for $11.1Bn, sale of HealthDataInsights to HMS Holdings for $400MM, sale of Pharmaceutical Product Development to Carlyle and Hellman & Friedman for $3.9Bn. Prior to Morgan Stanley, he worked at Oxford Bioscience Partners where he worked as a research analyst, covering a portfolio company, FlowMedica. He holds a patent with Harry Goodson IV, Jeffrey Elkins and Samir Patel for the “Treatment Systems and Methods for Renal-Related Diseases”. Nik was a Candidate for an MBA at Harvard Business School Class of 2016 where he received First Year Honors before deciding to defer his second year to launch AHN. Prior to joining Harvard Business School. Nik graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with a degree in Economics and a certificate in Finance.
Nikhil Pereira-Kamath : Co- Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Director

Nikhil Pereira-Kamath: Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Director

Neil Herson is President of ASD Healthcare, part of AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group, where he leads one of the nation's largest distributors of plasma-derived products, nephrology products, specialty products and vaccines. Neil Herson is a pioneer in the development of ASD Healthcare’s plasma and dialysis business, as well as its influenza vaccine distribution strategy. With two decades of experience in specialty pharmaceuticals, he leads the company’s strategic direction to ensure its continued growth. Mr. Herson has been with ASD Healthcare since 1995, previously serving in positions such as executive vice president and general manager. He was instrumental in pioneering the development of the company's blood plasma and dialysis business lines, as well as the company's influenza vaccine distribution strategy. In addition, Mr. Herson shares his expertise with a variety of advocacy groups and serves as a board member at Bridge of Life – DaVita Medical Missions. Mr. Herson was born and educated in South Africa. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business and law from the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Dr. Kelechi Ohiri:   MD, Flint Atlantic Capital Partners

Dr. Kelechi Ohiri: MD, Flint Atlantic Capital Partners

Shigeru Handa:   Director,  Asia Africa Investment and Consulting

Shigeru Handa: Director, Asia Africa Investment and Consulting

Owen Hughes is the CEO of Cullinan Oncology, a portfolio company of MPM’s crossover investment strategy, which is focused on developing high-value cancer therapeutics using a cost-efficient business model. Prior to MPM, Owen served as the Chief Business Officer and Head of Corporate Development at Intarcia Therapeutics, where he was responsible for financing, M&A, business development and operations. Prior to Intarcia, he served as a Director of Brookside Capital, a hedge fund under the Bain Capital umbrella, managing public and private healthcare investments. Prior to his tenure at Brookside, Owen was Senior Portfolio Manager at Pyramis Global Advisors, a Fidelity Investments Company. He has more than 16 years of Wall Street experience, on both the buy- and sell-side. Owen is currently a director of Radius Health and Translate Bio. Owen received his B.A. from Dartmouth College.
Owen Hughes:   CEO,  Cullinan Oncology

Owen Hughes: CEO, Cullinan Oncology

Neil Herson:   President, ASD Healthcare - AmerisourceBergen

Neil Herson: President, ASD Healthcare - AmerisourceBergen