The Music of Science

The Music of Science

Over the past few months, a collaboration has progressed to a degree of substance that I am excited to start talking about it. For a long time I have been thinking about a creative way to make a contribution to STEM education, as someone who is passionate about education, but also science and engineering. There are plenty … Continue reading

Tragic but not unnecessary  : Bali 9

Tragic but not unnecessary : Bali 9

I want to state two things up-front. 1) I don’t believe in the death penalty. 2) I hate double-negatives, though they serve their purpose sometimes. Today was a landmark day for international relations with Indonesia following the execution of the “Bali 9” for smuggling heroin. I stayed up late tonight watching the grief and sadness … Continue reading

The “poster child” for why ASX biopharma stinks

The “poster child” for why ASX biopharma stinks

The opinions expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not reflect the view of any affiliated companies or organizations. Australia could be a great place to commercialize biopharmaceutical research. We have top institutions, we punch above our weight in publication citations in leading journals and number of pretty decent drugs have been … Continue reading

In-Laws, Fish and Founder CEOs

In-Laws, Fish and Founder CEOs

This week marked a major event in my life. I parted company with ImaginAb. For many people, it will be a very big surprise, knowing how passionate and committed I am to the company. I co-founded the company in October 2007 with Anna Wu and Rob Reiter, while I was an entrepreneur-in-residence at UCLA Medical School. From … Continue reading