Adam Siegel

Adam is a serial entrepreneur who has spent the past 10 years developing and launching new companies focused on the interface of computing, electronics, and healthcare. His passion for entrepreneurship focuses on the "lean startup", a method that centers on early customer engagement and hypothesis-driven product development. He is currently CEO and co-founder of Fluid, a mobile health company focused on urology and infectious disease that participated in the fifth class (v5) of the Rock Health accelerator in San Francisco in 2013. Prior to Fluid, he worked at Google [X], where he directed needs assessments and business development for new projects, including Google Glass and the Smart Contact Lens projects. Before Google, he was a management consultant for Booz & Company in Europe and the US, serving Fortune 500 companies in the life sciences and consumer products industries. From 2002-2009, Adam was a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellow in the George Whitesides Group at Harvard University, where he co-authored nine publications and eight patent applications, and designed devices that became the founding technologies for Claros Diagnostics (acquired by Opko in 2011) and Diagnostics-for-All, a social enterprise building medical tools for resource-limited settings. Adam hold a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan, and a Ph.D. in Engineering and Applied Sciences from Harvard. He was a Fulbright Scholar to Germany from 2001-2002. More detalied information can be found here.