12:00 am to 4:00 pm
Mariam Maghribi has 15 years of experience in the medical device and biotechnology analytics sectors and has held a variety of positions in R&D, commercial operations, strategy, and business development. Currently, Mariam is the Vice President of Business Development at Shifamed, a Bay Area medical technology incubator. Prior to Shifamed, Mariam was Chief Operating Officer for deltaDOT QSTP-LLC, a biotechnology analytics start-up based in Doha, Qatar. Prior to deltaDOT, Mariam was Principle Engineer at Johnson & Johnson, where she co-founded JJ MeMs, an early stage medical microsystems incubator that enabled new technology development and the generation of a strategic intellectual property portfolio. Prior to J&J, Mariam was a Research Scientist at the Center for Micro and Nano Technology at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories where she generated an extensive intellectual property portfolio in polymer microfabrication for the Department of Energy’s Retinal Prosthesis Project. She is an inventor on 22 issued US patents and 36 pending applications in the areas of bioelectrical stimulation and polymer microfabrication for retinal prostheses, biosensors, microfluidics drug delivery, biodegradable scaffolds, and wound healing. Mariam holds a B.S. degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in Biomedical engineering from the University of California, Davis. She also earned dual MBA degrees from Columbia Business School and the University of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.