Terry McGuire brings 30 years of successful early stage investing experience to the healthcare industry. He has invested in more than 50 companies, co-founding MicroCHIPS, Inspire Pharmaceuticals and Advanced Inhalation Research. Mr. McGuire serves on the boards of 480 Biomedical, Adimab, Alector, Iora Health, MicroCHIPS, Arivale, Pulmatrix (PULM); and Ironwood (IRWD).
Mr. McGuire chairs the Board of Overseers of the Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College; and serves on the boards of MIT’s Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research; The Rock Center for Entrepreneurship, Harvard Business School; and the Scientific Advisory Board at Brigham & Women’s Hospital.
He is Chairman of the Global Venture Capital Congress and Chairman Emeritus of the National Venture Capital Association. He has been named to Forbes Midas list multiple times, and was listed as one of Scientific American’s Worldview 100.
He was awarded honorary Doctorate degrees from Ohio Wesleyan University and Canisius College for his work in translational science.
Mr. McGuire holds a MBA from Harvard Business School, a MS in engineering from The Thayer School, Dartmouth College, and a BS in physics and economics from Hobart.