Plenary HallInvestment opportunities in digital health and our rapidly changing healthcare ecosystem
Malay Gandhi serves as Rock Health’s Managing Director, leading the organization and working closely with portfolio companies. He joined Rock Health in 2012 after eight years with Deloitte Consulting’s healthcare practice. Malay earned a Masters in Health Policy and Management from the University of Pittsburgh and a BS from West Virginia University. His work in digital health has been cited in the Harvard Business Review, Financial Times, CNBC, USA Today, Inc. and KQED.
With more than a decade of operational and medical experience, Robert focuses on investing capital in venture and growth opportunities in the healthcare sector at Norwest Venture Partners. Prior to NVP, he was the Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Hansen Medical Inc. (Nasdaq: HNSN). Prior to Hansen Medical, Robert worked in the device, pharmaceutical and biotech industries with experience at a number of companies, working in strategic, business development and marketing capacities.
Robert is also a board certified emergency physician who completed his residency training at Stanford. He received his M.D. from Harvard Medical School and his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. He received his B.S. in biomedical engineering from Johns Hopkins University.
Skip Fleshman is a Managing Partner at Asset Management Ventures (“AMV”). AMV is a Palo Alto based, early-stage venture capital firm that was founded in 1965. They focus on investing in digital health, therapeutics, mobile and data analytics companies.
Skip was an officer in the United States Air Force where he first served as a fighter pilot flying the F-16. He founded and served as COO of BGI which develops software for flight simulators and training solutions for the aviation industry.
He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Davis. Skip was a Sloan Fellow and received an M.S. in Management from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Skip is an advisor to Stanford’s StartX, Rock Health and Boston Children’s Hospital. He is actively investing in startups focused on digital health, mobile and big data and his current investments include: HealthTap, Reify Health, The Activity Exchange, Benefitter, Lark, Morpheus Medical, Welkin Health, Ooma, Skybox Imaging, Kii, LiquidM, RallyPoint and Icon Aircraft