Jamison Langguth ’06
Alumni Achievement Award: Career Accomplishment
Jamison Langguth ’06, Career Accomplishment
Jamison has spent his career working with scientific innovations to find their first practical application. He started out in clinical research analyzing EEG waveforms and has since worked his way up through clinical operations into management. He is currently a senior manager of health strategy innovation at Stanford University’s Center for Clinical Research. In his role at Stanford, he works toward creating funds, programs, and supporting team science on the ground to ensure that health innovations become new standards of care. His clinical trials experience spans working with child and adult populations across a variety of disciplines including space and sleep medicine, digital health, cardiology, neurology, addiction, oncology, regenerative medicine, and infectious disease. His commercialization experience mainly involves creating and launching therapeutic, medical device, and digital health companies.
Jamison serves on two boards and volunteers separately as an entrepreneur-in-residence (EIR) for two programs. He is a board member and co-founder of Aero Therapeutics, which helps physicians treat respiratory issues in low-resource settings with the company’s sustainable, rugged, and affordable medical devices. He recently joined the board of Terra Firma International, which strives to break intergenerational poverty. He volunteers as an EIR and Silliman College Fellow for Yale University and as an EIR Mentor with OneRise’s WEF Global Shapers Initiative. OneRise is a non-profit initiative that aims to level the playing field by connecting immigrant founders to the knowledge, skills, and networks needed to succeed.
Jamison earned his undergraduate degree in psychology at Drexel University. He earned his first master’s degree in education policy from the University of Pennsylvania where he focused his coursework on within-school and between-school segregation. He earned his second master’s degree in health management from Harvard University where he focused his coursework on management of large healthcare institutions and their endowments. He then completed his fellowship in life science entrepreneurship at Yale University.