Expertise and Experience to Support Your Startup
A small, dedicated team manages the day-to-day working of the Rosenman Institute. With deep expertise in consulting, technology, and bioscience, we are your partner through the startup process—from ideation to commercialization.
Christine Winoto is Deputy Director of QB3, Director of the Rosenman Institute (QB3’s medical device initiative), and Founder and Venture Partner at MedTech Venture Partners I, LLP. Christine manages the QB3 Life Science Pitch Summits, corporate partnership, and QB3 operations. Before joining QB3, she managed business strategy and capital planning for Kaiser Permanente both on the hospital and health plan sides, and managed business development at Genencor. In addition to consulting for startups and venture capital, she has also held R&D and operations positions in medical device companies including Physiometrix (IPO, then acquired by Hospira), Cardiovasc and Heartport. Christine also worked in mergers and acquisitions at the London office of the Dutch investment bank ABN AMRO. Christine holds an MBA from Erasmus University in the Netherlands.
Kaspar Mossman engages internal and external stakeholders in QB3’s mission to support research and commercialization in quantitative biosciences. He manages the QB3 website, newsletter, email, event marketing, multimedia, social media, and print publications. Previously, he worked on the media staff at Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and held an AAAS mass media fellowship at Scientific American. He earned a Ph.D. in biophysics from UC Berkeley.
Herminio Neto, an administrative professional with expertise in project management, logistics, organization, and customer service, manages the implementation of large-scale University of California events affiliated with QB3 programs. Prior to QB3, Herminio worked as a business analyst in the HR department at UCSF, where he provided business operational and administrative services to more than 185 employees. Herminio is a dual citizen of the United States and Brazil.