Tom Stossel, MD
Thomas Stossel, a graduate of Princeton and Harvard Universities, is Director of Translational Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (http://translationalmedicine.bwh.harvard.edu/) and American Cancer Society Professor at Harvard. He was President of the American Society for Clinical Investigation and American Society of Hematology and edited the Journal of Clinical Investigation. For his research on cell motility he was elected to The National Academy of Sciences, The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and The Institute of Medicine. His policy interest concerns physician-industry collaboration, and he is a co-founder of the Association of Clinical Researchers and Educators. He is a founder of Critical Biologics Corporation (http://www.criticalbiologics.com/) and has licensed patented technology to Velico Medical, Inc. With his wife, Dr Kerry Maguire, Stossel does dental and medical work in rural Zambia (http://optionsforchildren.org/default.htm).