Listen in as David chats with former biotech corporate executive, multiple-time entrepreneur and medical practice consultant Louis Frisina. They begin by discussing Louis’s career path, from embarking on studies leading to both law and medicine and then shifting to a business career as a management consultant.
Louis then walks listeners through his biotech career—starting as an executive at a Swiss multi-national firm and then to Fisher Scientific—eventually deciding to leave the C-suites and join a small startup… and then another.
Louis then explains why he wanted to enter the field of aesthetic medicine and how he ended up working with physicians and medical practices as a consultant.
Finally, Louis provides a few insights on the best practices he sees in private medical practice and his current focus on the growing trend of regenerative medicine.
What You’ll Learn:
- Louis’s experience in pre-med at Dartmouth, at Harvard Law School and then Harvard Business School
- Working for Boston Consulting Group and then jumping into an executive position at a Swiss biotech firm
- A funny story about how his company’s work in fertility medicine almost got him in trouble
- His move to Fisher Scientific through their sale to a NYSE-listed firm
- Why he left big business to join the startup GynoPharma and what his father had to say about it
- His next move to a company called Collagenesis
- Why Louis wanted to move into the emerging field of aesthetic medicine
- How he began consulting with aesthetic medical practices on their operations
- Louis’s 3 best practices for private aesthetic medical practices
- The emergence of regenerative medicine and Louis’s work there