Adjunct Professor of Medicine and Director, Stanford India Biodesign Program, Stanford University
Rajiv Doshi is an adjunct professor of medicine at Stanford University and director of the India Biodesign Program, a collaboration with India’s government to train the country’s next generation of medical technology innovators. He’s a senior advisor to McKinsey & Co., helping design global health products and services, and pro-bono board member of TEAMFund, an impact investment fund focused on medical technology innovation for India and Africa. The founder of Piper Biosciences, which develops products that manage chronic medical conditions, Doshi has roughly 70 US and international patents and invented products to treat sleep apnea and snoring. A Soros Fellowship recipient, he was named a top Indian scientist changing the world by Forbes India.