Adrian Trömel seeks to bring next generation medical technologies to global markets by bridging engineering and business.
During his MBA, he worked as associate with the Houston Angel Network (HAN) in the Life Science interest group helping source deals, manage deal flow, and support due diligence of digital health, medical device and biotech/pharma companies. Prior to that, whilst interning at Deloitte Consulting LLP, Trömel worked on the R&D restructuring of a major pharmaceutical company.
With a background in materials science, he has conducted research on medical devices at Xeltis, a Swiss-Dutch startup pioneering restorative heart-valve therapy, and on minimally invasive intervertebral disk replacements in academia in Switzerland; Trömel has also done research in the characterization and microfabrication of organic micro-electronics.
Originally from Luxembourg, he holds an MSc and BSc in Materials Sciences and Engineering from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland. He recently completed his MBA at the Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University in Houston, Texas, where he was McNair Scholar and graduated as Jones Citizen and Jones Scholar. In his free time, Trömel enjoys yoga and swimming; he crewed on a transatlantic crossing under sail and is a second-degree black belt in aikido.