Fellow and Visiting Scholar
Susan Golden is a Fellow and Visiting Scholar at the Stanford Center on Longevity, and was a 2016 Fellow in the Stanford Distinguished Careers Institute. She is the founder of the SCL – DCI Longevity and Innovation Group, where she leads working groups focused on designing innovations for longevity on topics ranging from Aging in Place, Working Longer and Workplace Opportunities, and Financial Planning and the uses of AI/Tech for Longevity. She also created the Longevity and Innovation Speaker Series that is jointly sponsored by the DCI and SCL.
She was a partner at Schroder Ventures, a venture capital firm specializing in health care and life science investments. She has also served as a partner in the Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund (SV2) and serves on the Dean’s Advisory Board for the Harvard Chan School of Public Health.
Previously, Dr. Golden worked at Genentech, and was an Assistant Professor of Public Health at Boston University Medical School. She is the author of peer reviewed publications in the New England Journal of Medicine, Health Education Quarterly, and Health Affairs. As a public health researcher, Susan focused on the quality of health care, and designed health promotion and disease prevention programs.
Dr. Golden received her doctorate form the Harvard School of Public Health; did her post doctoral fellowship at UCSF in Health Policy; and attended Harvard Business School’s Program for Management Development.
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