Dr. Bernstein is a recognized serial healthcare entrepreneur, driven by a vision and passion for social impact. He has more than 35 years of experience leading innovative enterprises in the U.S. and abroad. Dr. Bernstein began his entrepreneurial activities launching General Health, Inc., a preventive medicine, health promotion company, which pioneered the field of health risk estimation and computer-based, data-driven individualized report generation using the original PC. He then went on to launch bioinformatics start-up Informax in 1992, which he took public in 2000, raising $80 million. Prior to starting Eniware, LLC, Dr. Bernstein founded and served as CEO and Chair of the Board of Noxilizer, Inc. Dr. Bernstein has lectured on Entrepreneurship (Tuck, University of Maryland, Georgetown), serves as a Fast-Trac advisor (Kauffman Foundation), and is a frequent panelist at global business forums speaking on Entrepreneurship and advises start-up and early stage businesses. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Cornell University Medical School, and is trained in internal medicine and general and transplantation surgery.