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Gwendolyn A. Watanabe

Gwendolyn A. Watanabe is a Managing Director of H.I.G. BioHealth Partners, focusing on investment opportunities in the life sciences sector, including biopharmaceuticals, health care IT, medical devices, and diagnostics. Ms. Watanabe has been active in the life sciences sector for more than 28 years. Previously, she served as the General Manager and Vice President of US Robotics for Smith and Nephew and as the Corporate Vice President of Global Corporate Development, Strategy and Strategic Relationships at Teleflex where for eight years she presided over all global acquisitions. Ms. Watanabe joined Teleflex as a result of Teleflex’s acquisition of Hotspur Technologies, a company she co-founded and served as President and Chief Executive Officer. She was also a co-founder of Nellix Endovascular, Bacchus Vascular and AneuRx, all three of which were medical device companies later acquired by larger strategic players. In addition, Ms. Watanabe has been general partner of several private equity entities. She is currently an observer on the board of Augmedics. Ms. Watanabe holds an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, as well as an MBA from Harvard Business School. She also holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she simultaneously completed her pre- med requirements.

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Hani Barhoush

Hani Barhoush is the CEO of Disruptive Investments at Mubadala Investment Company, the Abu Dhabi-based sovereign investor managing a US $243 billion portfolio spanning six continents with interests in multiple sectors and asset classes. He is also Managing Director and CEO of Mubadala Capital, the wholly owned asset management arm of Mubadala Investment Company, which today manages over US $10 billion in third-party capital vehicles on behalf of institutional investors in its four businesses, including three private equity funds, two early-stage venture funds, a public equities fund and two funds in Brazil focused on special situations. Prior to joining Mubadala, Mr. Barhoush was a member of Merrill Lynch’s New York-based investment banking team, where he focused on mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Barhoush holds a B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, an M.P.P. of from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

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Michael Harsh

Michael Harsh is a co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Terapede Systems, a digital X-ray startup that focuses on developing an ultra-high resolution medical flat panel X-ray detector. Prior to co-founding Terapede Systems in 2015, Mr. Harsh had a 36-year long career with General Electric, including serving as Global Technology Leader — Imaging Technologies at the GE Global Research Center and culminating with him serving as Vice President and Chief Technology of GE Healthcare. Additionally, he serves on the boards of directors of Endra Life Sciences (NASDAQ: NDRA), Imagion Biosystems (IBX.AX), and EmOpti as well as being a member the Radiological Society of North America (“RSNA”), Research & Education Foundation Board of Trustees. He had previously served as a director for FloDesign Sonics until its acquisition by MilliporeSigma, a division of the Merck Group. Mr. Harsh is a graduate of Marquette University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. He holds numerous U.S. patents in the field of medical imaging and instrumentation. In 2008, Mr. Harsh was elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering College of Fellows for his significant contributions to the medical and biological engineering field.

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Hani Barhoush

Hani Barhoush is the CEO of Disruptive Investments at Mubadala Investment Company, the Abu Dhabi-based sovereign investor managing a US $243 billion portfolio spanning six continents with interests in multiple sectors and asset classes. He is also Managing Director and CEO of Mubadala Capital, the wholly owned asset management arm of Mubadala Investment Company, which today manages over US $10 billion in third-party capital vehicles on behalf of institutional investors in its four businesses, including three private equity funds, two early-stage venture funds, a public equities fund and two funds in Brazil focused on special situations. Prior to joining Mubadala, Mr. Barhoush was a member of Merrill Lynch’s New York-based investment banking team, where he focused on mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Barhoush holds a B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, an M.P.P. of from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

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Osama Alswailem

Osama Alswailem, MD, MA currently serves as the Chief Information Officer at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre. He is responsible for leading the new Healthcare Information Technology Affairs department which has successfully proven itself as an essential strategic partner for the Hospital, having implemented key projects which have resulted in enhanced patient experience, process improvements and patient-focused delivery. He joined the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre in 1996 and previously served as a Medical Informatics Consultant and the Medical & Clinical Informatics Director. Dr. Alswailem also serves as an Assistant Professor of Medical Informatics at Al Faisal University. He holds an M.B.B.S. from King Saud University and an M.A. in Biomedical Informatics from Columbia University.

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Gwendolyn A. Watanabe

Gwendolyn A. Watanabe is a Managing Director of H.I.G. BioHealth Partners, focusing on investment opportunities in the life sciences sector, including biopharmaceuticals, health care IT, medical devices, and diagnostics. Ms. Watanabe has been active in the life sciences sector for more than 28 years. Previously, she served as the General Manager and Vice President of US Robotics for Smith and Nephew and as the Corporate Vice President of Global Corporate Development, Strategy and Strategic Relationships at Teleflex where for eight years she presided over all global acquisitions. Ms. Watanabe joined Teleflex as a result of Teleflex’s acquisition of Hotspur Technologies, a company she co-founded and served as President and Chief Executive Officer. She was also a co-founder of Nellix Endovascular, Bacchus Vascular and AneuRx, all three of which were medical device companies later acquired by larger strategic players. In addition, Ms. Watanabe has been general partner of several private equity entities. She is currently an observer on the board of Augmedics. Ms. Watanabe holds an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, as well as an MBA from Harvard Business School. She also holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she simultaneously completed her pre- med requirements.

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Michael Harsh

Michael Harsh is a co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Terapede Systems, a digital X-ray startup that focuses on developing an ultra-high resolution medical flat panel X-ray detector. Prior to co-founding Terapede Systems in 2015, Mr. Harsh had a 36-year long career with General Electric, including serving as Global Technology Leader — Imaging Technologies at the GE Global Research Center and culminating with him serving as Vice President and Chief Technology of GE Healthcare. Additionally, he serves on the boards of directors of Endra Life Sciences (NASDAQ: NDRA), Imagion Biosystems (IBX.AX), and EmOpti as well as being a member the Radiological Society of North America (“RSNA”), Research & Education Foundation Board of Trustees. He had previously served as a director for FloDesign Sonics until its acquisition by MilliporeSigma, a division of the Merck Group. Mr. Harsh is a graduate of Marquette University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. He holds numerous U.S. patents in the field of medical imaging and instrumentation. In 2008, Mr. Harsh was elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering College of Fellows for his significant contributions to the medical and biological engineering field.

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Osama Alswailem

Osama Alswailem, MD, MA currently serves as the Chief Information Officer at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre. He is responsible for leading the new Healthcare Information Technology Affairs department which has successfully proven itself as an essential strategic partner for the Hospital, having implemented key projects which have resulted in enhanced patient experience, process improvements and patient-focused delivery. He joined the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre in 1996 and previously served as a Medical Informatics Consultant and the Medical & Clinical Informatics Director. Dr. Alswailem also serves as an Assistant Professor of Medical Informatics at Al Faisal University. He holds an M.B.B.S. from King Saud University and an M.A. in Biomedical Informatics from Columbia University.

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Gwendolyn A. Watanabe

Gwendolyn A. Watanabe is a Managing Director of H.I.G. BioHealth Partners, focusing on investment opportunities in the life sciences sector, including biopharmaceuticals, health care IT, medical devices, and diagnostics. Ms. Watanabe has been active in the life sciences sector for more than 28 years. Previously, she served as the General Manager and Vice President of US Robotics for Smith and Nephew and as the Corporate Vice President of Global Corporate Development, Strategy and Strategic Relationships at Teleflex where for eight years she presided over all global acquisitions. Ms. Watanabe joined Teleflex as a result of Teleflex’s acquisition of Hotspur Technologies, a company she co-founded and served as President and Chief Executive Officer. She was also a co-founder of Nellix Endovascular, Bacchus Vascular and AneuRx, all three of which were medical device companies later acquired by larger strategic players. In addition, Ms. Watanabe has been general partner of several private equity entities. She is currently an observer on the board of Augmedics. Ms. Watanabe holds an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, as well as an MBA from Harvard Business School. She also holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she simultaneously completed her pre- med requirements.

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Gwendolyn A. Watanabe

Gwendolyn A. Watanabe is a Managing Director of H.I.G. BioHealth Partners, focusing on investment opportunities in the life sciences sector, including biopharmaceuticals, health care IT, medical devices, and diagnostics. Ms. Watanabe has been active in the life sciences sector for more than 28 years. Previously, she served as the General Manager and Vice President of US Robotics for Smith and Nephew and as the Corporate Vice President of Global Corporate Development, Strategy and Strategic Relationships at Teleflex where for eight years she presided over all global acquisitions. Ms. Watanabe joined Teleflex as a result of Teleflex’s acquisition of Hotspur Technologies, a company she co-founded and served as President and Chief Executive Officer. She was also a co-founder of Nellix Endovascular, Bacchus Vascular and AneuRx, all three of which were medical device companies later acquired by larger strategic players. In addition, Ms. Watanabe has been general partner of several private equity entities. She is currently an observer on the board of Augmedics. Ms. Watanabe holds an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, as well as an MBA from Harvard Business School. She also holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she simultaneously completed her pre- med requirements.

Hani Barhoush

Hani Barhoush is the CEO of Disruptive Investments at Mubadala Investment Company, the Abu Dhabi-based sovereign investor managing a US $243 billion portfolio spanning six continents with interests in multiple sectors and asset classes. He is also Managing Director and CEO of Mubadala Capital, the wholly owned asset management arm of Mubadala Investment Company, which today manages over US $10 billion in third-party capital vehicles on behalf of institutional investors in its four businesses, including three private equity funds, two early-stage venture funds, a public equities fund and two funds in Brazil focused on special situations. Prior to joining Mubadala, Mr. Barhoush was a member of Merrill Lynch’s New York-based investment banking team, where he focused on mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Barhoush holds a B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, an M.P.P. of from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

Michael Harsh

Michael Harsh is a co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Terapede Systems, a digital X-ray startup that focuses on developing an ultra-high resolution medical flat panel X-ray detector. Prior to co-founding Terapede Systems in 2015, Mr. Harsh had a 36-year long career with General Electric, including serving as Global Technology Leader — Imaging Technologies at the GE Global Research Center and culminating with him serving as Vice President and Chief Technology of GE Healthcare. Additionally, he serves on the boards of directors of Endra Life Sciences (NASDAQ: NDRA), Imagion Biosystems (IBX.AX), and EmOpti as well as being a member the Radiological Society of North America (“RSNA”), Research & Education Foundation Board of Trustees. He had previously served as a director for FloDesign Sonics until its acquisition by MilliporeSigma, a division of the Merck Group. Mr. Harsh is a graduate of Marquette University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. He holds numerous U.S. patents in the field of medical imaging and instrumentation. In 2008, Mr. Harsh was elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering College of Fellows for his significant contributions to the medical and biological engineering field.

Hani Barhoush

Hani Barhoush is the CEO of Disruptive Investments at Mubadala Investment Company, the Abu Dhabi-based sovereign investor managing a US $243 billion portfolio spanning six continents with interests in multiple sectors and asset classes. He is also Managing Director and CEO of Mubadala Capital, the wholly owned asset management arm of Mubadala Investment Company, which today manages over US $10 billion in third-party capital vehicles on behalf of institutional investors in its four businesses, including three private equity funds, two early-stage venture funds, a public equities fund and two funds in Brazil focused on special situations. Prior to joining Mubadala, Mr. Barhoush was a member of Merrill Lynch’s New York-based investment banking team, where he focused on mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Barhoush holds a B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, an M.P.P. of from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

Osama Alswailem

Osama Alswailem, MD, MA currently serves as the Chief Information Officer at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre. He is responsible for leading the new Healthcare Information Technology Affairs department which has successfully proven itself as an essential strategic partner for the Hospital, having implemented key projects which have resulted in enhanced patient experience, process improvements and patient-focused delivery. He joined the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre in 1996 and previously served as a Medical Informatics Consultant and the Medical & Clinical Informatics Director. Dr. Alswailem also serves as an Assistant Professor of Medical Informatics at Al Faisal University. He holds an M.B.B.S. from King Saud University and an M.A. in Biomedical Informatics from Columbia University.

Gwendolyn A. Watanabe

Gwendolyn A. Watanabe is a Managing Director of H.I.G. BioHealth Partners, focusing on investment opportunities in the life sciences sector, including biopharmaceuticals, health care IT, medical devices, and diagnostics. Ms. Watanabe has been active in the life sciences sector for more than 28 years. Previously, she served as the General Manager and Vice President of US Robotics for Smith and Nephew and as the Corporate Vice President of Global Corporate Development, Strategy and Strategic Relationships at Teleflex where for eight years she presided over all global acquisitions. Ms. Watanabe joined Teleflex as a result of Teleflex’s acquisition of Hotspur Technologies, a company she co-founded and served as President and Chief Executive Officer. She was also a co-founder of Nellix Endovascular, Bacchus Vascular and AneuRx, all three of which were medical device companies later acquired by larger strategic players. In addition, Ms. Watanabe has been general partner of several private equity entities. She is currently an observer on the board of Augmedics. Ms. Watanabe holds an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, as well as an MBA from Harvard Business School. She also holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she simultaneously completed her pre- med requirements.

Michael Harsh

Michael Harsh is a co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Terapede Systems, a digital X-ray startup that focuses on developing an ultra-high resolution medical flat panel X-ray detector. Prior to co-founding Terapede Systems in 2015, Mr. Harsh had a 36-year long career with General Electric, including serving as Global Technology Leader — Imaging Technologies at the GE Global Research Center and culminating with him serving as Vice President and Chief Technology of GE Healthcare. Additionally, he serves on the boards of directors of Endra Life Sciences (NASDAQ: NDRA), Imagion Biosystems (IBX.AX), and EmOpti as well as being a member the Radiological Society of North America (“RSNA”), Research & Education Foundation Board of Trustees. He had previously served as a director for FloDesign Sonics until its acquisition by MilliporeSigma, a division of the Merck Group. Mr. Harsh is a graduate of Marquette University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. He holds numerous U.S. patents in the field of medical imaging and instrumentation. In 2008, Mr. Harsh was elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering College of Fellows for his significant contributions to the medical and biological engineering field.

Osama Alswailem

Osama Alswailem, MD, MA currently serves as the Chief Information Officer at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre. He is responsible for leading the new Healthcare Information Technology Affairs department which has successfully proven itself as an essential strategic partner for the Hospital, having implemented key projects which have resulted in enhanced patient experience, process improvements and patient-focused delivery. He joined the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre in 1996 and previously served as a Medical Informatics Consultant and the Medical & Clinical Informatics Director. Dr. Alswailem also serves as an Assistant Professor of Medical Informatics at Al Faisal University. He holds an M.B.B.S. from King Saud University and an M.A. in Biomedical Informatics from Columbia University.

Gwendolyn A. Watanabe

Gwendolyn A. Watanabe is a Managing Director of H.I.G. BioHealth Partners, focusing on investment opportunities in the life sciences sector, including biopharmaceuticals, health care IT, medical devices, and diagnostics. Ms. Watanabe has been active in the life sciences sector for more than 28 years. Previously, she served as the General Manager and Vice President of US Robotics for Smith and Nephew and as the Corporate Vice President of Global Corporate Development, Strategy and Strategic Relationships at Teleflex where for eight years she presided over all global acquisitions. Ms. Watanabe joined Teleflex as a result of Teleflex’s acquisition of Hotspur Technologies, a company she co-founded and served as President and Chief Executive Officer. She was also a co-founder of Nellix Endovascular, Bacchus Vascular and AneuRx, all three of which were medical device companies later acquired by larger strategic players. In addition, Ms. Watanabe has been general partner of several private equity entities. She is currently an observer on the board of Augmedics. Ms. Watanabe holds an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, as well as an MBA from Harvard Business School. She also holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she simultaneously completed her pre- med requirements.