Biotechnovation- Innovations in Life Sciences
Eashwar Subramanian is an innovation consultant in the life science sector with Hewlett Packard. He holds a masters in molecular and human genetics from Banaras Hindu University India,a diploma in Modern Biology from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and an MBA in International Business from Edith Cowan University Australia.
He has been widely recognized as a thought leader and industry expert in the areas of Nanobiotechnology, Personalized Medicine and Synthetic biology and has been featured by international publications such as Red Herring, Forbes and Biospectrum. Prior to his tryst with life sciences industry consulting, Eashwar was part of a research team at the famed Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Bangalore, India, where he identified two genes involved in the olfactory pathway of fruitflies. He later went on to publish a seminal paper on the integration of social ethical components in the commercialization of nanobiotechnology innovations, which was published in the Journal of Biolaw and Business and was featured as one of the key contributions to the field of nanotechnology in the annual grant report of the National Science Foundation.
His interests in science hover around synthetic biology, personalized medicine and systems biology specifically around technology trends and developing technology commercialization strategies for the life sciences sector.
He is passionate about simplifying the communication of science and helping people derive meaning out of scientific innovations in their daily lives through his profession as a consultant.