Renee Yao (she/her) leads global healthcare AI startups at NVIDIA, managing more than 1,300 healthcare startups in the digital health, medical instrument, medical imaging, genomics, and drug discovery segments. Previous to this role, she was a senior product manager and product marketing manager for AI systems, building bundle solutions and reference architectures for the self-driving car, telecom, and big data analytics industries. Yao graduated from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley with a focus in economics and IT. She was named one of the top 50 B2B product marketers to watch. In her free time, she enjoys competitive ballroom dancing, reading, and traveling.
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