Dell Medical School’s Vision for Transforming Healthcare

By November 2, 2017Luncheons
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Date/Time
Date(s) - Thursday, November 2, 2017
11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Location
Capitol Factory

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The future of medical education, care and research is taking shape at the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin

With the opportunity to start from scratch also comes the opportunity to create a new type of medical school and to really rethink the role of academic medicine in improving health.

Join us for lunch and networking before Mellie Price presents Dell Medical School’s Vision for Transforming Healthcare on Thursday, November 2nd at Capital Factory.

Parking info:
Metered parking near Capital Factory is $1 per hour and limited to 3-hours.
Parking in the building at The Omni Hotel is $6 for the first hour and $2 for every 20-minutes after ($24 max).
Nearby street or garage lots start at $7 per day.

This event is $25 for members and $40 to non-members. (Registration below.)

 

About the Speaker:
Mellie Price | Executive Director of Commercialization | Dell Medical School
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Mellie Price, a 25 year Austinite, is the Executive Director of Technology Innovation at the Dell Medical School. She
is an experienced investor, executive, fund manager and eight-time entrepreneur with a range of business experience from small private sector to a large publicly traded organization. She has created and managed
both organic and explosive growth scenarios for variety of organizations.
Mellie is a founding mentor and Managing Director of Capital Factory as well as a General Partner to its
investment fund. She is the co-founder of SoftMatch, which connects enterprises interested in innovation to
the highly fragmented global startup ecosystem. Ms. Price was also the Founder & CEO of Austin’s own
Front Gate Solutions and Front Gate Tickets, one of the largest privately held ticketing companies in the
US/Canada from 2002 to 2015 when it was sold to Live Nation.
Ms. Price is an active member of the Texas entrepreneurship community and a winner of the prestigious Austin Business Journal’s 2015 Profiles in Power Award as well as the 2014 Tech Titan Award. She is a proud member of the Board of Directors for Leadership Austin and the Sustainable Food Center. She is also a founding Advisor to Texas Competes and currently serves on the Social Innovation Council and the Technology Advisory Committee for Austin Mayor Steve Adler.