Sohaib provides medical, scientific and business support to early-stage startups in TIAP’s ecosystem. He works alongside TIAP’s academic and institutional partners to identify promising medical technologies in digital health and medical devices. He works closely with companies to provide subject matter expertise in order to develop impactful technologies that can address the needs of patients, clinicians and healthcare systems.
Prior to joining TIAP, Sohaib worked at Kettlebeck Ventures, a family-office backed healthcare fund where he managed their healthcare strategy. He also trained as a medical doctor and pediatric clinical researcher. His area of research focused on improving the access and quality of care for pediatric patients in rural and developing countries while improving the operational efficiency of the delivery of healthcare. He concurrently has an academic appointment at Women’s College Hospital as an Innovation Fellow, where he evaluates how new technologies can integrate into the healthcare system.
Sohaib holds a B.ScH from Queen’s University, degrees in Medicine, Surgery & Obstetrics from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, and Executive Education Certification in Digital Health from Harvard Medical School.