Startup Advisor

Arnab Chakraborty
Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder of Flow MedTech
Speciality: Medical Devices / Investment

Arnab Chakraborty is a biomedical engineer and entrepreneur, who is passionate for medical devices, design, and engineering. Mr. Chakraborty oversees product development, testing, intellectual property, and manufacturing as Chief Technology Officer of Flow MedTech. Mr. Chakraborty holds multiple patents and is a co-inventor on all Flow MedTech products. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.

He has given multiple company and scientific presentations at national and international conferences. His accolades with the team include being the winners of the GT Ideas to Serve Advanced Track Competition, finalists of the GT Biomedical Engineering Outstanding Entrepreneurial Award, finalists of the Global Universal Biotech Innovation Prize in Paris, and semifinalists of the American College of Cardiology Innovation Competition.

Mr. Chakraborty is a recognized speaker, having been selected to give presentations at national and international conferences, universities, pitch competitions, and schools. Mr. Chakraborty has taken part in several entrepreneur and leadership workshops and courses such as Kauffman Foundation’s FasTrac TechVentures, Atlanta Technology Angels’ Valuation training, startup accelerator programs, Angel Round Table entrepreneur-in-residence, and more. Outside of company duties, he has been involved with leadership board positions and problem-solving projects. He has been involved in developing networks to provide support to entrepreneurs through resources, mentors, pitches, learning events, and business celebration. 

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