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Deborah Kilpatrick | Executive Chair and former CEO of Evidation Health (raised over $259M)
Deborah Kilpatrick | Executive Chair and former CEO of Evidation Health (raised over $259M)

Wed, Apr 17


Zoom Conversation

Deborah Kilpatrick | Executive Chair and former CEO of Evidation Health (raised over $259M)

Deb Kilpatrick, Executive Chair of Evidation Health, pioneers decentralized health research. Formerly at Guidant Corporation, she's on Sleep Number and Sutter Health boards. A trailblazer in medtech, she's a Digital Health Hall of Fame inductee and co-founder of MedtechVision.

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Time & Location

Apr 17, 2024, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM GMT-5

Zoom Conversation

About The Event

Join our host Alejandro and the Techstars alumni tech founder community at this Web Series conversation with our special guest Deborah Kilpatric

Guest Background

Deb Kilpatrick is the Executive Chair and former CEO of Evidation Health in San Mateo, California. The Evidation tech platform characterizes health in everyday life through the use of person-generated health data (PGHD) at scale, enabling individuals to participate in the world's most advanced decentralized research and personalized health programs. She began her medtech career at Guidant Corporation in multiple leadership roles that included Research Fellow, Director of R&D, and Director of New Ventures in its Vascular Intervention Division prior to its acquisition by Boston Scientific (NYSE: BSX). Deb is currently on the board of directors of Sleep Number (NASDAQ: SNBR) as well as Sutter Health, a large not-for-profit integrated healthcare system in California. She is a Fellow of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering and was the first woman to chair the advisory board for Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering, the largest producer of engineering degrees in the US. In 2021, Deb was named to the Digital Health Hall of Fame by the University of California-San Francisco, and she is the co-founder of Silicon Valley's annual MedtechVision Conference. Deb has been named to the San Francisco Business Times’ 100 Most Influential Women in Business, the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s 100 Women of Influence, FierceMedicalDevice’s Top Women in Medtech, and Forbes 50 Over 50. She holds B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in engineering, with a doctorate minor in applied mathematics and statistics, from Georgia Tech.

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