Elizabeth D. Gadsby
Dr. Elizabeth Gadsby recently joined a biotech start-up, Profusa, specializing in injectable tissue-integrating biosensors. She is responsible for leading the cross-functional team to extend development of the platform with new biochemistries through human clinical studies.
Elizabeth earned her Bachelor’s degree in microbiology at the University of Florida and her Ph.D. in biochemistry at the Georgia Institute of Technology. At Georgia Tech she studied under Prof. Larry Bottomley and her dissertation was titled “Atomic Force Microscopy of DNA-Drug Interactions”. She also was an inaugural member of the NSF TI:GER Innovation program which linked Georgia Tech science and engineering students with MBA and Emory Law students. Her continuing education includes programs at Smith College, Wharton, Kellogg, and Dallas Theological Seminary.
Elizabeth and her husband, James, reside in Atlanta, Georgia and actively serve in the community through their church, theatre, and the Peachtree Road Race.