Former CFO, Google; General Partner, iNovia Capital; Former Twitter Board member
CDL-Oxford is located in Oxford, UK at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School. The first CDL site in Europe, CDL-Oxford maximizes the probability of success for science and technology-based startups from across the globe. Housed at one of the leading universities in the world, CDL-Oxford also leverages its close proximity to London, a global epicenter of innovation.
The CEO of a MedTech spin-out from Oxford University described how mentoring helped his team commercialise a new way of diagnosing heart disease.
For founders solving biological, medical, and healthcare problems using innovative applications of cell and gene therapies, biologics, antibody-drug conjugates, and other biological products.
The commercialization of machine learning and artificial intelligence, based on advances in data sciences such as deep learning, reinforcement learning, natural language processing, computer vision and big data algorithms.
For founders developing high impact and scalable solutions to help preserve and protect our planet.
The commercialization of embedded finance, financial access & wellness (for SMEs and consumers), data science, and regulation.
For founders pursuing commercial opportunities that exploit the recent drop in the cost of accessing space and enable humanity to benefit from space-based technologies.
Saïd Business School, University of Oxford