Dr. Scott Gottlieb joined NEA as a Venture Partner in 2007, specializing in healthcare investments. Scott is a physician and a Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where his work is focused on providing insights into the economic, regulatory and technological forces driving the transformation of healthcare. Prior to joining NEA, Scott served as Deputy Commissioner for Medical and Scientific Affairs at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and as a senior official at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. He also previously worked as a healthcare analyst for the investment bank Alex Brown & Sons.
Scott is a regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal editorial page and serves as an editorial board member of the journal Value Based Cancer Care and the Food and Drug Law Institute’s Policy Forum. Scott also serves as an advisor to the National Comprehensive Cancer Network and the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship. Scott is a member of the policy boards to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and the Society of Hospitalist Medicine, and he was appointed by the U.S. Senate to serve on the Federal Health Information Technology Policy Committee.
Scott is a director to American Pathology Partners, Medavante, Aptiv Solutions, and a member of GlaxoSmithKline’s Product Investment Board. He was previously a director to Bravo Health and Molecular Insight Pharmaceuticals (MIPI).
Presently a Clinical Assistant Professor at the New York University School of Medicine, Scott completed a residency in internal medicine at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York and is a graduate of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and of Wesleyan University, in Middletown, Connecticut, where he studied Economics.
- "Visionary in Medicine" Award Sarcoma Foundation of America, May 2007
- Presidential Commendation for "Exceptional Service to People with Pain" American Academy of Pain Medicine, February 2006
- Administrative Recognition of "Leadership, Performance and Dedication to the Public Service" Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, September 2004