01- Physician-Investor Series: Venture Capital Partner Dan Gebremedhin (Flare Capital)

Episode 01 June 14, 2021 00:42:26
01- Physician-Investor Series: Venture Capital Partner Dan Gebremedhin (Flare Capital)
Physicians Off The Beaten Path
01- Physician-Investor Series: Venture Capital Partner Dan Gebremedhin (Flare Capital)
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Show Notes

Have you ever wondered about the investing world? In our inaugural episode, we talk to Dr. Dan Gebremedhin, a venture capital partner at Flair Capital. He discusses his journey through medical school and how he went into business, the challenges he faced, and the lessons he learned along the way.

Dan has led investments into and sits on the Boards of Somatus, Eden Health and Votive Health. He was a practicing Internal Medicine Physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital and an instructor at Harvard Medical School until 2019. He has also been an entrepreneur and senior health policy advisor to several politicians such as Governor Charlie Baker and Congressman Joseph Kennedy III.

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