LSP Affiliated Organizations
Tom is a venture partner at HealthQuest Capital, a venture fund targeting medical devices, diagnostics, consumer and OTC health, patient care products, digital health, and technology-enabled services that directly impact patient care. HealthQuest is especially interested in technologies exhibiting at least one (and preferably multiple) of the following characteristics: Improved Value, Reduced Complexity and Increased Certainty.
Tom is a board member at Georgia Bio (GaBio), a non-profit, membership-based organization that promotes the interests and growth of the life sciences industry. Members include companies, universities, research institutions, government groups and other industry associations involved in discovery and application of life sciences products and related services that improve the health and well-being of people throughout the world.
Tom is a board member at the Southeastern Medical Device Association, a non-profit trade association that supports and promotes medical device companies in the Southeast. Created in 2004, the association provides a unique resource and networking opportunity for medical device companies, inventors, physicians, and investors interested in accelerating the growth of the medical device industry in the Southeast.
Tom is a board member at Southeast BIO, a regional non-profit organization that fosters the growth of the life sciences industry in the Southeastern United States through efforts that promote entrepreneurship and bring together the key players active in the development of the industry. Over the past 16 years, Southeast BIO has helped turn entrepreneurial ideas into successful businesses by gathering and aligning essential resources in the region, including people, expertise, and capital.
Tom is a board member at T3 Labs: Translational Testing and Training Laboratories, Inc. With 15 years of experience, T3’s mission remains – to provide high-value pre-clinical testing and training services to medical device, biologics, and pharmaceutical developers and manufacturers. T3 works with industry and academic sponsors to improve patient care by more effectively and efficiently developing and commercializing their devices and products.
Tom is a board member at the Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience, which serves as a catalyst for innovative bioengineering and bioscience research. Located in Midtown Atlanta, the Petit Institute offers a bold variety of both traditional and cutting-edge medical research. The Institute has revolutionized the term “interdisciplinary research” and has become an incubator for research teams to tackle complex medical research problems using an interdisciplinary approach.