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Moll


Diagnostics; Andrew von Eschenbach, a former FDA commissioner and former director of the National Cancer Insti- tute; and Dr. Frederic Moll, chairman and CEO of Auris Health, a medical


robotics company that he founded. When White has questions she can’t answer about technology or financial issues, she can turn to a bevy of experts. “This is the genius behind the way Neal put this together,” she says. Moll is the board member who led


the round of investment for HistoSon- ics. His interest with that supporting technology — called histotripsy — goes back a few years to when it was being developed at the University of Michigan. After Moll learned that Histo Sonics was having a hard time raising money, he met with the compa- ny’s leaders at a J.P. Morgan conference in San Francisco and agreed to help. “It’s something I’m personally excited about, both as someone in the field who wants to see focused ultrasound get as far as it can go, and I thought it was a great investment opportunity,” he says. It’s a tough fundraising environment


for young companies, Moll says. “Most people don’t have the time or the back- ground or interest to really understand the nuances of a technology like this.” In late October, the foundation


held its sixth International Symposium on Focused Ultrasound in Reston. The four-day event, which included some of the top researchers in the field from the U.S. and abroad, covered the latest advances in the treatment of a number of conditions in fields such as oncology, neurology and women’s health. The conference also explored the technology gaps and commercialization efforts needed to bring wider use to focused ultrasound. White went into that meeting


with plans to gather all the CEOs into a room and ask them what they need from the partners program. She’s hav- ing those talks with other stakeholders, too, and wants next year to produce a more detailed picture of the state of focused ultrasound. “We want to be market responsive,” she says.


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