Laura Henze Russell

Laura Henze Russell

    An economist by training, Laura Henze Russell applies the multiple lenses of economics, ethics, efficacy and common sense to shine a light on real world problems, from how the cost of living varies throughout the lifespan by health status, to how we can accelerate the promise of precision medicine. She has an M.A. in Economics from the University of California and a B.A. from Hampshire College. She is also the principal of Precision Research, Writing & Communications and of Good Works Consulting, with experience in the public, private, nonprofit and philanthropic sectors.

    5 Things You Missed During Massachusetts Medtech Week

    5 Things You Missed During Massachusetts Medtech Week »

    20 May, 2015
    The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center during BIOMEDevice's annual event. Photo via @LeeToma. Each week, the Massachusetts Medtech sector gets bigger and better. Thousands of healthcare professionals mingled and meshed, catalyzed and synergized at the BIOMEDevice conference in Boston May 6-7, 2015, during the 1st Annual Massachusetts Medtech Week. The extravaganza…
    Meet the MIT Grand Hack Winners

    Meet the MIT Grand Hack Winners »

    30 Apr, 2015
    The Cancer Companion Team from the Telehealth Track celebrates a successful weekend of hacking with the MIT Hacking Medicine organizers and Merck sponsors. Photo via MIT Hacking Med. Organized by MIT Hacking Medicine on April 24 to 26, 2015, the Grand Hack brought together 80 teams and 450 participants from 19…
    Women in MedTech Group Launches at MassMEDIC Forum

    Women in MedTech Group Launches at MassMEDIC Forum »

    9 Apr, 2015
    The first-ever Women in MedTech event launched last week in Waltham, MA as 125 women gathered for a MassMEDIC-sponsored forum titled "Disruptive Technologies in Medicine." Its founders frame their goal: “To unite New England medical device executive women by providing an inspirational and educational leadership forum.” The message: “You will hear us now.” Randel Richner,…

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