Management
Over 25 years of executive management in the life science industry; President of CardioResponse, VP Coordinated Care Solutions, Managing Partner of Extera, Managing Director & Head Life Sciences at Armory Securities, Co-Founder Janus Biotherapeutics, Founder Atacama Therapeutics, Co-founder Acer Therapeutics, Founder Intera Oncology, CEO Censa Pharmaceuticals, and multiple corporate development roles with small to midsize life science companies. Jonathan earned his MD from the Technion Institute of Technology and his MBA from the Harvard Business School.
Mr. Baron brings to 65Bio an extensive experience in the pharmaceutical industry as a Partner at Extera Partners; SVP of Corporate Development at Bio Assets; CEO at Janus Biotherapeutics, a member of the M&A Team at Millennium Pharmaceuticals. Joseph started his career at Booz Allen and Hamilton. He received a BS in Chemistry & Biochemistry with highest honors from WPI, an MS in Engineering with high honors from Stanford University, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Mr. Davis has 25+ years of business and corporate development expertise; led or supported over 30 transactions with an aggregate value in excess of $1B across all major therapeutic platforms. Former corporate development executive with Genzyme, Acer Therapeutics, Censa Pharmaceuticals, Archemix, ImmunoGen, Partner at Extera Partners.
Mr. Gressel is the owner of Teleos Management, based in Riverside, Connecticut. Teleos began in 1991 and employs a global macro strategy that focuses primarily on fixed income instruments, currencies, and equity indices. In 2012, Teleos converted to a family office. Daniel is also the lead investor in Transalgae, a biotech startup in Israel. Transalgae is genetically modifying algae to enable oral delivery of valuable proteins for use as hormones, vaccines, and insecticides. He currently is the chairman of the board of directors of the Yankee Institute. Prior to forming Teleos, Daniel worked for GT Management in Hong Kong and San Francisco. Daniel was a professor of economics at Baruch College in New York and the Catholic University in Santiago, Chile. He helped write Indonesia's tax law in 1980 and was an adviser in Chile for the implementation of Chile's privatized social security system. He received a B.S. from the Ohio State University, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago.