Serving over 25 years at Stanford University and the University of Chicago, Ted has extensive experience developing strategies and partnerships with corporate enterprises, venture investors and entrepreneurs that accelerate the translation of solutions to improve health and medical practice, care delivery and research.
Ted has been at Stanford University since 1997 as Director for Corporate Relations and New Ventures at Stanford University Medical Center and the Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign. He shaped, launched and led the Stanford Corporate Partners Program in 2011, a philanthropic network of Silicon Valley technology companies which have committed over $300M in support of a new state-of-the-art medical center facility at Stanford University. The program represents a long-term collaboration to create innovative new models for healthcare delivery and services.
Ted is an adviser, investor and board member for various early stage technology ventures. He serves as an associate of Triventures (Menlo Park, Ca), a business development adviser to Roam Analytics (San Mateo, Ca), Viiv Healthcare (London) and Cor Precision (San Francisco, Ca). Ted was a founding member of the Board of Directors of The FH Foundation–(familial hypercholesterolemia), a funding organization that supports data science research and advocacy for inherited cardiovascular disease and disease prevention.