Patrick Soon-Shiong made his fortune buiding and then selling two successful drug companies for $8.5 billion. Now he's working to revolutionize patient care by bringing Big Data to medicine through new company: NantWorks. Its algorithms can analyze data contained in a human genome in 47 seconds; the company also has two cancer drugs in development.
Soon-Shiong's father was a village doctor in China; the family moved to South Africa during World War II. Soon-Shiong finished high school at 16 and became a surgeon by 23.
Board & Advisor Roles (5)Update
|Jun, 2015||NantCell||$75M / Private Equity (Lead)||Personal Investment|
|Feb, 2015||Zoom||$30M / Series C||Personal Investment|
|Oct, 2014||Keyssa||$25M / Series C||NantWorks|
|Jul, 2014||NantMobile||$30M / Venture (Lead)||Personal Investment|
|Nov, 2013||Fluential||$2M / Series A (Lead)||Personal Investment|
|Sep, 2013||Zoom||$6.5M / Series B||Personal Investment|
|Jun, 2013||Prizeo||$2.5M / Seed||Personal Investment|
|Jul, 2011||Keyssa||$5M / Series B||NantWorks|
|May, 2010||Keyssa||$2M / Series A||NantWorks|