Jeremy Grushcow

Co-Founder and CEO

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Jeremy Grushcow

Juniper Genomics

Co-Founder and CEO

Dr. Jeremy Grushcow is a co-founder and the CEO and acting CSO at Juniper Genomics. Jeremy has over twenty years’ experience in business development, strategy, operating and transactional roles for genomics and biotech companies. Prior to founding Juniper, he worked in population genomics and in AI and traditional drug discovery companies and was part of the S19 cohort at YC. Before his operating roles, Jeremy practiced law for a decade, working on transactions from tech transfer to VC to public markets, starting as an associate at Kirkland & Ellis in Chicago and ending as a partner at Norton Rose Fulbright in Toronto. Through that time, Jeremy wrote the Cross-Border Biotech Blog, and was active in the innovation community as one of the founding members of the Ontario Bioscience Innovation Organization and a co-creator of the mentorship program at Life Sciences Ontario. Jeremy has a B.Sc. (Human Biology) from the University of Toronto, a Ph.D. (Molecular Genetics & Cell Biology) from the University of Chicago, and a J.D. with honors from the University of Chicago Law School, where he’s proud to have been awarded the John M. Olin Prize, given to the outstanding student in Law and Economics.