A Conversation with:
Johannes Fruehauf, MD, PhD (Founder & President, LabCentral; CEO, BioLabs)
John F. McQuillan (Chairman & CEO, Triumvirate Environmental, Inc.)
As the economy fluctuates and organizations rapidly change how they conduct business due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to understand how companies are evolving and adapting. Organizations are setting – and revising – goals throughout this changing situation while focusing on how to not just survive but thrive.
This webinar is an opportunity to hear two business leaders in our community discuss how to position your organization within the current reality of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Johannes Fruehauf, MD, PhD
Founder & President, LabCentral
With his background as a physician working in diverse health systems, coupled with 20+ years as a serial biotech entrepreneur, Dr. Fruehauf has dedicated much of his professional endeavors to the passionate vision of re-defining life science start-up ecosystems. He is the Founder and President of LabCentral, the preeminent private/public partnership model for life science incubator space, while also serving as CEO for BioLabs, the largest provider of laboratory co-working space for startups nationwide, currently serving over 300 startups in 8 cities. The companies started within this network now routinely account for over 15% of all Seed and Series A venture capital invested in life sciences in the US. Johannes studied medicine in Germany and France, while also conducting field work in Africa (Zimbabwe and Guinea). He graduated from University of Frankfurt and received his doctorate from the University of Heidelberg. Johannes is the author of over 30 peer reviewed publications and is named inventor on 9 patents.
John F. McQuillan
Chairman & CEO, Triumvirate Environmental, Inc.
John McQuillan serves as Chairman and CEO of the company he founded 32 years ago, Triumvirate Environmental, an environmental advisor on complex environmental solutions, benefitting some eight hundred billion dollars in customer assets. In addition to his professional pursuits, John has advised more than 100 political campaigns and serves or has served as director, trustee, or patron for more than 50 mission-driven organizations, concentrated in the areas of: excellence in education, healthcare, environmental protection, workforce development, and scientific discovery. John earned a master’s degree from Harvard University and an A.B. from Bowdoin College in biochemistry. In his leisure time, he enjoys science, politics, and the arts, as well as reading, angel investing, Boston sports, skiing, and travel. John lives in Cambridge with his wife and daughters.