About
Join Barron's senior managing editor Lauren R. Rublin, healthcare industry reporter Josh Nathan-Kazis and Dr. Uri Geiger, founder and managing partner of Accelmed for a discussion on developments in pharma and biotech investing, innovations in healthtech, or the intersection of healthcare and technology, private equity investing in the health-care arena, and healthtech innovations in Israel.

When
Thu, Jun 10, 2021 · 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
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Presenters
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Lauren Rublin
Senior Managing Editor
Lauren R. Rublin is the senior managing editor at Barron's, overseeing Roundtables and Special Projects. She previously worked in book publishing, and at Fairchild Publications and Time Inc.
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Josh Nathan-Kazis
Health-care Industry Reporter , Barron's
Josh Nathan-Kazis is a reporter at Barron's, covering the healthcare industry. He is a former staff writer at the Forward, where he investigated nonprofits, covered local and national politics, and wrote about the institutions of the American Jewish community.
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Dr. Uri Geiger
Founder and Managing Partner, Accelmed
Dr. Uri Geiger PhD is the founder and managing partner of Accelmed, a private-equity firm specializing in healthtech investments.

Dr. Geiger previously was CEO of Exalenz Bioscience, a developer of an innovative breath-based technology for diagnosing liver and gastrointestinal disorders that was acquired from Oridion Systems (today part of Covidien). Dr. Geiger took the company public in 2007. He also co-founded and was the CEO of GalayOr Networks, a developer of optical components, sold in 2003 to MEMSCAP (EuroNext: MEMS). Dr. Geiger is the founding partner of Dragon Variation Fund, one of Israel’s first hedge funds, which was sold to Migdal in 2007. Dr. Geiger worked on Wall Street during the 1990s.

Dr. Geiger was formerly an adjunct professor at the Recanati Business School at Tel Aviv University, where he lectured on private equity and venture capital. He is the author of the books: Startup Companies and Venture Capital (Tel Aviv University Press, 2001) and From Concept to Wall Street (Financial Times – Prentice Hall, 2003). He earned his doctorate from New York’s Columbia University Center for Law & Economics, where he majored in global equity markets. Dr. Geiger served as a major in the Israeli Air Force.