As an Executive in Residence, Neema Mayhugh helps companies and health systems accelerate innovation and bridge the gap between research and commercialization. Previously, she served as Chief Operating Officer of Mobile Hyperbaric Centers, a company providing hyperbaric medical services for leading hospital centers. Mayhugh held several commercialization positions with Cleveland Clinic, where she helped establish start-up companies, co-founded and led the Ophthalmic Imaging Center at the Cole Eye Institute, and managed an extensive intellectual property portfolio. She also served as Manager of Global Market Analytics for the Worldwide Ophthalmology Team at Pfizer, Inc. and as a consultant with Easton Associates. Mayhugh received her PhD in Pharmacology and Toxicology from Dartmouth College and her BSc from Boston University.