Louisville is a strategically positioned national hub of healthcare heritage, knowledge and innovation. It is the birthplace and growing ground of healthcare behemoths such as Humana to successful startups such as Apellis and is home to a multitude of top-tier aging care organizations and research universities.
The startup ecosystem in Louisville is a supportive environment for entrepreneurs to launch in a system rich in resources for support and mentorship, all in a centrally located geography where living is affordable.
Bootcamp Dates: Aug 11, 2021 – Oct 28, 2021
Location: Virtual via Zoom
Applications accepted on a rolling basis and will be reviewed by the team starting in January.
Greg’s background is in corporate and product strategy for technology businesses. He has experience in executive management, business development, marketing and public relations, acquisitions, product management, software architecture and development, project management and digital electronics design.
Jacqueline L. Wood
Rebecca Brown Rice
Rebecca is the Director of Operations at the Louisville Healthcare CEO Council (LHCC). Previously, Rebecca managed the NIH-REACH Hub and its associated healthcare technology development grant at the University of Louisville (called ExCITE) where she oversaw the investment of $3million into a portfolio of 19 promising early-stage healthcare technologies, including small molecule therapeutics, diagnostics, mHealth technologies, and direct-to-consumer products. Rebecca received her BS in Neuroscience from Brown University and is a PhD candidate in Neuroscience at Yale University.