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(James) Yoichi Hasegawa E-mail: email@example.com Location: Irvine, CA 92618 www.linkedin.com/in/jyhasegawa/ Tel: (310) 999-9007 Objective To pursue a career in technology transfer and licensing to fully utilize my skills in business, life sciences, clinical medicine, market analysis, and technology analysis to enable the stakeholders to fully capitalize on its technologies and intellectual property. Summary Relevant Knowledge: life science technology commercialization & analysis, patents, life science industry trends & dynamics, drug discovery and development, medical devices & diagnostics, medical terminology, fundamentals of intellectual property law, FDA/regulatory affairs Relevant Skills: Project management, market analysis, competitive intelligence, pipeline analysis, technology assessment, marketing, strategy, business development, entrepreneurship, valuation, organization, cross-functional teamwork, leadership, stakeholder management, detailed documentation, research, analysis, writing, verbal communication, and presentation skills Languages: English – Fluent; Japanese – Proficient; Chinese (Mandarin, Taiwanese) – Proficient Computer Software: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook); Microsoft Visio; Microsoft Project; Adobe Acrobat; Google (Mail, Document, Calendar); Financial and FDA regulatory databases Professional Experience PRIVATE TRUST. Irvine, CA 2000 – Present Project Manager – Real Estate (Part-Time) with Expertise in Market Strategy Strategic planning: effectively advised Trustees to lease, sell, or hold onto certain assets based on research and analysis of market conditions, risk tolerance, financial needs, and future plans Managed rental & investment properties including oversight of renovation projects KECK GRADUATE INSTITUTE & CITY OF HOPE. Claremont, CA 2011 – 2012 Technology Licensing Project Leader, Project Budget Officer, Drug Development Graduate Consultant & Market Intelligence Analyst Capstone Team Master’s Project with sponsor, City of Hope’s Office of Technology Licensing: market evaluation, clinical development, commercialization strategy of a key prospective drug compound that may alleviate complications of diabetes mellitus Led regularly scheduled meetings with team members, faculty advisor, and stakeholders (including technology licensing manager, research scientists, and department head) and aligned project goals, expectations, and objectives Reviewed patent filings of prospective compound to determine strengths of patent positions Performed market assessment and competitive analysis of the diabetes therapeutic space Analyzed product portfolios and pipelines of (1) potential pharmaceutical industry partners to help commercialize the prospective compound, and (2) competitors using similar mechanistic approaches to determine their strengths and weaknesses relative to client’s molecule Established and maintained relationships with key opinion leaders, and analyzed information extracted from interviews Delivered strategic recommendations and action plans to stakeholders with a comprehensive written team report and PowerPoint presentation CHINABIO, LLC. Shanghai, China 2011 – 2011 Associate Analyst -- Graduate Summer Consultancy Internship (English/Chinese Bilingual) Evaluated technologies of life science start-up companies by critiquing and approving their PowerPoint presentations pitching to venture capitalists at ChinaBio Investor Forum in Jinan, China, and served as Chinese/English interpreter at that event Supported consulting team with written project proposals, research (including translation of Chinese sources into English), data analysis, and client deliverables on PowerPoint Market Analysis and Forecasting: Compiled and authored white paper “CRO Industry in China: 2011 – Market Growth and Future Outlook,” stemming from a consulting team project Interviewed key opinion leaders in the Chinese life science industry to increase knowledge base KECK GRADUATE INSTITUTE & CITY OF HOPE. Claremont, CA 2010 – 2010 Technology Licensing/Drug Development Graduate Consultant & Market Intelligence Analyst Team Project with City of Hope’s Office of Technology Licensing to assess market potential and formulate commercialization strategy for a novel technology to treat Herpes Simplex Encephalitis in immunocompromised patients Performed market assessment and identified potential market niches for product Interviewed key opinion leaders and analyzed information provided Identified and assessed feasibility of potential industry partners for future commercialization Project Result: Insignificant market size to be able to commercialize patented technology cost-effectively, unless seek orphan drug designation with a large commercial partner KECK GRADUATE INSTITUTE & PROXIM DIAGNOSTICS. Claremont, CA 2010 – 2010 In Vitro Diagnostic Device Development Graduate Consultant, Market & Risk Analyst Team Project to design a new in vitro diagnostic device to detect novel biomarker for acute kidney injury Conducted market and competitor analysis and risk analysis for new IVD device Project Result: Successful design of an inexpensive, disposable test kit utilizing lateral flow technology in a portable point of care device YOICHI HASEGAWA L.AC., INC. Greater Los Angeles Area, CA 2001 – 2005 and 2007 – 2010 Owner, Acupuncturist/Herbalist with Expertise in Business Development & Entrepreneurship Evaluated cost-benefits of technologies and products in Chinese medicine and alternative medicine for adoption in the office for patient care Negotiated with insurance companies for reimbursement and with vendors for more favorable terms Coordinated with attorney to draft and present Confidentiality Agreements and Nondisclosure/Noncompetition Agreements to potential business partners Marketed to other health care professionals (MD, DC, ND, PT) and general public by hosting educational seminars informing them of benefits of acupuncture and Chinese medicine Coordinated patient care with other members of healthcare and wellness team APEX SPORTSTAINMENT, LLC. San Jose, CA and Butte, MT 2005 – 2007 Executive Vice President with Expertise in Marketing & Business Development Managed finances, personnel (70 employees and 30 contractors), marketing, media relations, advertising, and public relations for one to three active minor league sports franchises Negotiated and closed sponsorship deals involving cash or cash & trade with various businesses ranging from hotels to media partners such as TV, radio, web, and print Business Development/Corporate Relations: Explored and nurtured business opportunities through networking and relationship management with key politicians, and community and business leaders Education KECK GRADUATE INSTITUTE OF APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES (KGI). Claremont, CA 2012 Master of Bioscience (MBS); Business of Bioscience Focus Track; Full-Time Cumulative GPA: 3.64 Representative Coursework: Drug Discovery & Development, Medical Diagnostics, Medical Device & Biologics Regulatory Affairs, Bioscience Marketing Management, Market Assessment, Bioscience Strategy, Molecular Biotechnology, Molecular Basis of Disease, Medical Devices, Clinical Pharmacology Caracciolo Annual Fund MBS Fellowship and Scholarship Award, 2010-2012 Co-winner, Best Internship Poster Presentation Award, 2011 EMPEROR’S COLLEGE OF TRADITIONAL ORIENTAL MEDICINE. Santa Monica, CA 1999 Master of Traditional Oriental Medicine (MTOM), Summa Cum Laude, Full-Time Cumulative GPA: 3.98 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES (UCLA). Los Angeles, CA 1994 Bachelor of Science, Biology, with Coursework Emphasis in East Asian History and Chinese Language Independent Research in Diabetes, Department of Endocrinology, UCLA School of Medicine, 1993 University of California Education Abroad Program to Peking University, Beijing, China, 1991-1992 Pacific Rim Scholarship, 1991-1992
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