Edmond J. Safra Biomedical Informatics Entrepreneurs Salon Presents:

Yaron Breski, Netalie Nadivi, Irit Yaniv, Daniella Segal

Investments in Life Sciences in the next decade: prospects and perils

Sunday, February 23, 2020
Jaglom Auditorium, the Senate building, Tel Aviv University

A bi-monthly forum to promote entrepreneurship at the convergence of biology, medicine, and computing.
In addition to hearing industry leaders speak, participants will have the chance to look for collaborators, employees, advisors, customers, or investors.


Our goal is to generate a meeting, interaction and networking forum for academics, industry, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists interested in joining together biology, medicine and computing.

Next meeting

Our fifth meeting will take place on Sunday, February 23 2020, in the Jaglom auditorium, Senate building, Tel Aviv University.
The talk is titled "Investments in Life Sciences in the next decade: prospects and perils", featuring panelists: Yaron Breski (RM Global), Netalie Nadivi (Triventures), Irit Yaniv (Accelmed) and Daniella Segal (Lamed Holdings).


16:00-16:15 GATHERING
16:15-16:45 TALK
16:45-17:15 Q&A
17:15-17:45 RECEPTION

Jaglom auditorium, Senate building, Tel Aviv University
Parking through gate 14, Tel Aviv University, code no. 1164073

Past meetings

November 14, 2019. Daniel Souroujon M.D , VP medical sciences at K Health and Tom Haramaty Algorithms team lead at K Health. "AI-driven healthcare system".

June 4, 2019. Prof. Gabi Barbash, Director, Bench to Bedside program, Weizmann Institute of Science, Founder and CEO, Consilium ltd, Former CEO of Tel Aviv Sourasky Medidical Center (1993-2015). "Forward and backward in time: From big data to precision medicine"

March 24, 2019. Dr. Shai Shen-Orr, Co-Founder and Chief Scientist, CytoReason, Faculty of Medicine, Technion, and Dr. Yair Benita, Head Science Operations, CytoReason. "Biomedical informatics: replacing the mouse model in drug development".

December 12th, 2018. Dr. Mor Amitai, CTO icarbonx Israel. "Personalized healthcare: challenges in joining biology, medicine, and computing".

Impressions from the first meeting

Organizing committee