Justin Norden is a Partner at GSR Ventures, where he focuses on early-stage investments in digital health. Prior to GSR Ventures, he was CEO and co-founder of Trustworthy AI which was acquired by Waymo (Google self-driving). He worked on the healthcare team at Apple, co-founded Indicator (an NLP based platform for biopharma decision making), and helped start the Stanford Center for Digital Health. As an academic he is an award winning machine learning and bioinformatics researcher with 20+ publications. Finally, Justin is a former professional athlete and 3x world champion in ultimate frisbee. Justin received his MD from Stanford University School of Medicine, MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, M.Phil in Computational Biology from the University of Cambridge, and BA in Computer Science from Carleton College.
Sparta Science is a leader in the application of movement diagnostic software in the pursuit of human resilience. Sparta Science optimizes health and performance for athletes, warfighters, and patients with evidence-based movement scans and data-driven exercise prescriptions that minimize injury risk and speed effective rehabilitation to physical activity. Sparta technology is used worldwide by elite and conventional military forces, professional, collegiate, high school and youth sports organizations, strength training professionals, and medical providers committed to helping people move better, at work, at play, and on duty.
Limbix is building prescription digital therapeutics to treat adolescent mental health disorders. The company's first product, Limbix Spark, is the first prescription digital therapeutic designed to support adolescents with depression. Spark is a multi-week cognitive behavioral therapy based program focused on the completion of value-based activities that spark feelings of pleasure or mastery. Once FDA cleared, Spark will be available for clinicians to prescribe.
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