Mike is an Entrepreneur in Residence and Lecturer in Entrepreneurial Studies at the Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, and Faculty Managing Director of the Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund. He also serves as a Mentor in Residence at the Venture Center at the University of Michigan. Mike is an entrepreneur and investor who has focused on companies that address big problems in life sciences, medical devices and health IT. Mike joined the University of Michigan from Flagship Ventures where he led the Midwest office for the venture capital firm with $1.4 billion in capital under management. Previously, Mike co-founded Converge Medical Technologies, an innovative neuromonitoring company, and was a Medical Innovation Center Fellow at the University of Michigan. Mike holds MD and MBA degrees from the University of Michigan, where he was Student Managing Director of the Wolverine Venture Fund and was awarded the David T. Shelby Award, and a BA degree in English from Duke University.