Behavioral Design for Wearables and Health-IT: Pitfalls and Promises-Sunil Maulik-09/12/2017 - 6:00pm

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Event Topic: 
Behavioral Design for Wearables and Health-IT: Pitfalls and Promises
Event Date: 
09/12/2017 - 6:00pm
Event Location: 
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati - 650 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto
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Event Speaker: 
Sunil Maulik
Event Speaker Title: 
Innovator, Educator, Entrepeneur
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Event Speaker Bio: 

Sunil Maulik has over twenty-five years of experience in Silicon Valley. He teaches workshops on product design for long-term behavior change in the technology and healthcare industries. He has given keynote speeches at Triple Ring Technologies, Product Realization Group, Genentech, Perkins-Coie, Alterra, Roche, Health2.0 and numerous other organizations. He has been a mentor and advisor to over 50 start-ups. Sunil helped start five companies (two IPOs (OXMOL; TRPS), two acquisitions (Moneta, 500Friends), one spectacular failure (Pangea Systems!) He co-founded and ran GeneEd, the first e-learning company focused on long-term behavior change for providers and patients. (Acquired by InVentiv Health in 2008.) Sunil is an advisor at The Innovation Center Denmark, a Danish government-funded design, and innovation agency with offices in eight countries. He has guest-lectured at the Stanford d-school, U.C. Berkeley, and at the University of Amsterdam (THNQ.) Sunil has held management positions at Pangea Systems, Tripos (NASDAQ:TRPS), Hoffmann-La Roche (NYSE: ROCHE), Oxford Molecular (LSE: OXMOL), and IntelliGenetics.

Sunil’s thesis research on mathematical methods for 3-D image reconstruction of biological assemblies was published on the cover of the scientific journal Nature. His book “Molecular Biotechnology” (J. Wiley & Sons) sold over 4000 copies and was used in four university courses. He holds patents in fields as diverse as gene sequence pattern-matching, e-learning and e-mail analytics. Sunil worked with the Nobel-prize winners Maurice Wilkins and Aaron Klug as an undergraduate, and Sir Tom Blundell and Donald Caspar as a graduate student. He holds degrees in Physics (B.Sc.), Biology (B.Sc.), X-ray Crystallography (M.Sc.) and Biophysics (Ph.D.) After graduate school, he participated in AI research at Bionet™ with Drs. Peter Friedland, Doug Brutlag, Russ Altman and Ed Feigenbaum of Stanford.

Sunil participates in several non-profit ventures dedicated to health and wellness in sustainable communities, including the Pacific AIDS Education Center and Project Ahimsa. He is enthralled by the opportunity to help extend wellness across the globe by bringing the power of informatics to everyday users.

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