One of the greatest benefits of doing a project on MedStartr is getting access to the MedStartr Mentor crowd of expert patients, leading physicians, journalists, marketing leaders, innovation partners, early adopters, accredited investors, and thought leaders in healthcare. In a partner-driven industry, getting feedback and adoption is harder than creating amazing products. Our incredible MedStartr Mentors have enabled dozens of MedStartr to drive innovation in healthcare faster and better than ever. Thank you to our mentors, You Guys Rock!
Here is just a sampling of our Amazing MedStartr Mentors:
Alan Brody (Author of “Are Your Fundable”, Investor Events: iBreakfast / Startupalooza series)
Alicia Staley (@Stales, Cancer Survivor, Hospital Community Leader, IT Analyst)
Dave Chase (Developer, Entrepreneur, Avado CEO, ex-Microsoft, Forbes and HuffPo Writer, Healthcare Crowdfunding Expert)
David K. Williams, RN (Nurse, Founder RegisterPatient.com, Entrepreneur)
Eugene Borukovich (@HealthEugene, Ex-CTO Medco Europe, Health 2.0 NYC Founder, Health 2.0 Amsterdam)
Eythor Ernsstson (@CasualCorp, Designer, Developer, Gameification expert e.g. Pioneerville, CareVerge)
Fred Trotter (@FredTrotter, Big Data/ Open Data Guru, Author, Healthcare Crowdfunding Expert)
Gregg Masters, MPH (@2HealthGuru, Managed Care Executive, Videographer, Digital Media Strategist)
Kara Gorski, Ph.D. (@BraGGsOnline, Economist, Breast Cancer Survivor, Entrepreneur, Healthcare Crowdfunding Expert)
Kim Whittemore (@KimWhit, Breast Cancer Advocate, Consultant, Expert at bringing ideas to market e.g. Alivecor)
Matthew Browning, RN (@MatthewBrowning, Nurse, Founder YNIO.com, Entrepreneur)
Murray Jones (@TalkAboutHealth Developer, Entrepreneur, Cancer Community Leader: TalkAboutHealth.com)
Rami Rafeh (Clinical Innovations, Pfizer)
Regina Holliday (@ReginaHolliday, Artist, Patient Activist, Blogger, Conference Organizer, Crowdfunding Expert)
Sarah Krug (Executive Director, Cancer 101 foundation, President, Society for Participatory Medicine, ex-Pfizer)
Sarah Kucharski (@FMDChat, Non-Profit Founder, Crowdfunding Expert)
Sandeep Pulim, MD (@SPulim, Physician, Blogger, Startup co-Founder)
Stephen Greene (Healthcare PR Professional, Sperlingreene)
…and hundreds more of our members with specialized knowledge and skills are being invited to get involved with projects and contests as advisers, judges, and more. We have just created the online Mentor Profile that allows mentors to be listed on the MedStartr site and have special access to projects on the platform – Check it out here! We are just getting started in building our online Mentor Network so if you want to be part of the “Crowd that Cares” and get involved in driving innovation forward, we encourage you to apply today We know everyone has something to offer and would love to add you to our diverse list of distinguished mentors.
Benefits of Being a MedStartr Mentor
- First look and first access to some of the hottest innovations in healthcare (great for institutional or corporate leaders and investors!)
- Instant communications with anyone in the MedStartr Global Community
- Getting involved in innovation in medicine helps you have an impact on the success of new ideas that will help millions live longer better lives
- Looks great on your linkedin Profile!
How to Apply to be a MedStartr Mentor:
Step 1: Login to MedStartr and join the Global Community, we suggest you use Linkedin to login as it brings over all your data and helps us validate your credentials
Step 2: Fill out your interests with all the types of innovations you are interested in.
Step 3: Apply to be a mentor by checking the “Apply to be a Mentor” box on your profile.
After you do that we will get back to you promptly and start sending you projects not long thereafter.
Thanks for all you do to drive healthcare innovation forward. We look forward to your application!