Anthony Uzzo, B.S.
Anthony has been an active member and entrepreneur in the Connecticut life science community for over twenty years. After serving as a lab scientist and software engineer for two local pharmaceutical companies (Neurogen Corporation & CGI Pharmaceuticals), Anthony co-founded Core Informatics in 2006, a Software as a Service (SaaS) company focused on providing data management solutions in support of pharmaceutical and precision medicine organizations. His clients ranged from small venture backed startups to large multinational companies and government agencies.
As President of Core Informatics, Anthony led the company’s product management and software engineering functions in the design and development of the industry’s first Platform as a Service. The Platform for Science supported laboratory workflow and data analytics across a wide range of therapeutic modalities in early phase research and late phase validated settings. Headquartered in Branford, CT Core scaled their team to over 100 scientists, software engineers and commercial operations staff before being acquired by Thermo Fisher Scientific in March of 2017. As part of Thermo Fisher’s Digital Transformation Office and reporting to the CIO, Anthony was responsible for defining and executing on the long-term digital strategy for Thermo Fisher at the corporate level including developing business objectives across the portfolio of laboratory instrumentation, services, software, reagents and consumables.
As founder of Core Informatics and advisor to other local pharma, software, medical device and IoT startups; Anthony has a demonstrated track record for defining and executing on strategic technology roadmaps while working at the cutting edge of science and software. He is a cross functional and collaborative leader with experience in corporate strategy, product management, engineering, sales and marketing. Anthony holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University and is enrolled in the Executive Education program at The Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.