Binah Baum is a highly experienced bio-executive skilled in the management of biopharmaceutical innovation, from startup creation through incubation funding and beyond.
Binah has nurtured more than 30 biomedical startups, delivering six exits so far (IPO and corporate deals). She has been pro-actively engaged in groundbreaking developments, many of which have left a lasting mark on the biomedical landscape. During her longstanding multinational career Binah has held top management positions with incubators and top tier VCs, including a VC fund created by the legendary venture capitalist Fred Adler, where she took part in the establishment of Israel’s biotechnology ecosystem and its first biotech startup company. She has served as expert in life sciences entrepreneurship for EU policy-making commissions, cluster organizations and bioregion-consortia following which she initiated the establishment of BioNegev, a bio-innovation hub centered around Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
Binah obtained her PhD in Chemistry and Life-sciences from the Weizmann Institute of Science. She received postdoctoral training at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School, and her MBA in Management of Innovation from Columbia Business School.