Vincent has 7-year experience in operations and new business development in an international environment. He began his career as a medical researcher trainee at the Oncology Department of the University of California San Diego (UCSD) and then in regenerative medicine at Harvard University within the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). After being deputy Attaché for science and technology in Warsaw for the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, he developped an entrepreneurship program for scientists at ESCP Europe Business School / ISEFRE in Paris and joined Ad Scientiam, a healthtech startup at the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital within the Brain & Spine Institute (ICM) incubator and STATION F, the world’s largest startup campus. There, he developped partnerships between academics, pharmaceutical companies and patient associations and created real-life patient data digital solutions for chronic diseases and clinical trials.
Vincent believes blockchain’s decentralisation power will disrupt the healthcare industry allowing everyone to participate to the advancement of medical progresses. Vincent graduated from an M. Eng. in Medical Technologies from Grenoble Medical School in France, an M.Sc in Molecular Medicine from Cranfield University in the UK and a MBA from the Collège des ingénieurs in Paris.