Regina is the firm’s life sciences and scientific adviser. As such, she supports academic, NGO and for-profit preclinical and clinical research on multiple fronts. As Lab Manager in Translational Research at Stanford University for two decades, Regina’s co-authored publications span biomedical research from Pharmacology, to Transplant Medicine, and Cardiovascular medicine to Interventional Radiology.
To further bridge drug and device development with patient access to stringently tested interventions and cures, Regina also advises on clinical trials, patent applications, and funding strategies, both foreign and domestic. Prior to Stanford Medical Center, she was a Research Associate at Yale University School of Medicine and Research Assistant at Cornell University Veterinary College.
Regina’s educational background includes: MS/Molecular Biology from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, BS/Biochemistry from Cornell University, BA/Accounting and Certified/Clinical Research Associate from UC-Berkeley.