We have extensive experience in all aspects of life sciences finance, including institutional sales, capital markets, investment banking, investor and public relations, sell-side analysis, and buy-side analysis. We have an equally strong foundation in the life sciences (6 Ph.D.s on staff), which enables us to understand our clients’ R&D, regulatory, and commercial strategy. The combination of financial service and life science expertise allow us to best serve our clients’ needs.
Analysts LifeSci Advisors 2016-04-01T14:54:13+00:00
Patrick Dolezal has accumulated a broad skill set in the life sciences over the past seven years. He holds a Master of Science degree in Biology from New York University where he completed his thesis in a translational research laboratory focused on Alzheimer’s disease. Patrick is an avid SCUBA diver and performed epidemiological research for the Divers Alert Network while based in Cozumel, Mexico.
Jerry Isaacson has broad experience in biotechnology, having worked in both public and private biotech companies in areas ranging from medicinal chemistry and analytical chemistry to patents and investor/public relations. Jerry has also worked as a Research Analyst for the Medical Technology Stock Letter. He brings a passion for science to his work and combines that with a deep interest in and knowledge of the biotech industry to constantly get at the important, underlying scientific questions that drive company valuations. Jerry holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Harvard University and received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of California in San Diego.
David Sherman has studied neuroscience for over nine years with broad exposure to translational research and cutting-edge technology. He has a deep understanding of biological systems that allows him to draw subtle distinctions between research programs and effectively evaluate market potential. David has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Harvard University, where he conducted a research project on motor control and Parkinson’s Disease for his senior thesis. He completed a Ph.D. at UCLA in the Department of Neurobiology studying the neural control of breathing.
Sam Slutsky has more than 3 years of experience in healthcare research. Prior to joining the LifeSci team, Sam conducted orthopedic research under Dr. Javad Parvizi at the Rothman Institute in Philadelphia. His work was presented at the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS) 24th annual meeting. Sam holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Rochester. He was a member of the school’s NCAA baseball team, where he compiled several accolades including all-conference and academic all-district.