Scott Rocklage became a Managing Partner of 5AM Ventures in 2004. 5AM Ventures is a capital firm that is looking for companies that are discovering breakthrough medicine and technology to help solve some of the healthcare crises’ that plague the world. The importance of this company required them to have a team of people who hold a great amount of experience in finance, law, business, business operations, medicine and science. It just so happens the Dr. Rocklage has just that, decades of experience in both science and medicine making him an expert in the industry.
Dr. Rocklage’s decades of experience includes being chairman and CEO of Cubist Pharmaceuticals and President and CEO of Nycomed Salutar. Further giving him experience, Dr. Rocklage was the Board of Chairman for Relypsa and Novira; both of these companies have been acquired buy other companies. He also was the Executive Chairman of Ilypsa, Miikana and Semprus. Dr. Rocklage stays an active participant in the healthcare industry as he currently serves as the Board Chairman of Rennovia, Kinestral, and Cidara; he is also a Board member of Epirus and Pulmatrix.
Scott Rocklage had the opportunity to be on the leadership team that led the FDA to approve three new (Omniscan, Teslascan, and Cubicin) U.S New Drug Applications. Dr. Rocklage has invented or co-invented over 30 U.S. patents. Adding to his list of accolades, Dr. Rocklage has over 100 peer-reviewed journal publications and learn more about Scott.
Dr. Scott Rocklage received a Bachelors degree in chemistry from the University of California, Berkley; he also earned a Ph.D, also in Chemistry, from MIT. At MIT he had the privilege of conducting research with the 2005 Chemistry Nobel Prize winner Richard R. Schrock. He currently lives in Massachusetts where he works at 5AM Ventures Waltham location, they also have a location in San Francisco, California and Scott’s lacrosse camp.
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Like other global companies, OSI Group has branches in the United States, Europe, and China. Each of these branches is affected by regulations, talent pool, and cultural nuances of their host nations. The other factor that is affecting its business across the globe is customers’ taste buds. This means that each of the branches has to be independently run because there is no one-for-all solution applicable to all the clients and read full article.
According to OSI Group’s president, David McDonald, the global nature of the company’s business has been both a challenge and an exciting phenomenon. Besides having a top management, the company has local management teams charged with the duty of understanding the local cultures and tastes. These teams are sensitive to any changes in consumer’s preferences. They play a crucial role in advising the company about any variations that should be made to its products to satisfy the utility of consumers. Moreover, the company enjoys the power of global scale. OSI’s international growth has been enhanced through the acquisition of other enterprises such as Baho. The president of the group was contended with the success of the process. This information was originally mentioned on Food Drink Magazine as outlined in this link http://www.fooddrink-magazine.com/sections/producers/1308-osi-group
OSI Group is headquartered in Aurora, Illinois. In the last few decades, the company has grown to become a global leader in supplying value-added protein products like beef patties and sausages links. Its customers enjoy delicious sandwiches and pizza. The group supplies these products to leading food service and retail brands, which in turn sell them to the public. The company produces its products in its 50 facilities spread across 17 nations. Presently, David is leading the company in its attempts to expand and conquer the Chinese market. The corporation has been operating in the Far East country for over 20 years. The corporation opened a food processing plant in the country in 1992 with the objective of serving McDonald’s with food products and learn more about David.
McDonald believes that, although the number of new plants opened by the company fluctuates every year, the company’s appetite for growth is never slowing down. He noted that the OSI’s chairman, Sheldon Lavin, has been a critical figure in the company’s growth. He has pushed the company to greater heights besides encouraging the corporation to introduce more products.
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Patty Rocklage and her husband are living proof that you do not have to be incredibly wealthy to contribute to the advancement of research and the improvement of humanity as a whole. A well-known psychologist and therapist, Patty Rocklage decided last year to join her husband in making one of the biggest donations that MIT received from private donors in the past year. According to statements made by the couple, the gift was meant to be a sign of gratitude by the family to the University of giving them the foundation that they have since used to build their lives and also to advance their careers.
Scott Rocklage, the husband to Patty Rocklage, is a former student of MIT and he studied there for his doctorate under the capable hands of Professor Richard Schrock, a former Nobel laureate, in the university’s Department of Chemistry. As a gift to the institution for giving him his first break in life, Dr. Rocklage and is wife Patty Rocklage decided to donate some funds. The funds were used in the renovation of Lester Wolfe Professor of Chemistry, Moungi Bawendi nanotechnology and nanochemistry lab. The lab was not in the shape that it once used to be before Professor Bawendi donated with support from two of his graduate student.
In mid last month, the couple toured the institution to inspect the renovations made to the science facility through their donations and were showered with tons of praises from members of the university’s faculty for their generous donation. A plaque bearing the names of the two scientists was also unveiled, and the plaque will be mounted at the facility’s entrance as a further tribute to their contribution. Patty Rocklage has been practicing psychiatry for more than 20 years during which time she has interacted with and given therapy to thousands of patients drawn from different corners of the country. Despite her relatively advancing age, Patty continues with her practice as a therapist although, in her words, she might have to slow down and probably quit soon altogether to make time for her family and other things that she loves.