Roï Eisenkot

Roï Eisenkot

Technology Manager, Bioengineering

Roï Eisenkot joined C4C in 2014, where he manages a portfolio of diagnostic and therapeutic bioengineering technologies. Prior to joining the UW, Roï spent 6 years at T3, the technology transfer arm of Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, where he led business development in the Physical Sciences covering industries from renewable energy to organic electronics to water purification. Roï initiated and structured deals as lead deal-maker for Technion with partners at various levels: start-ups, SMEs and Fortune 500 companies. Prior to joining T3 Roï worked as Application Engineer for Dune Medical Devices, where he gained extensive hands-on experience in implementing clinical trials in both intraoperative and pathology settings. Roï managed Dune’s clinical site at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis, Maryland, and co-modeled Dune’s reimbursement plan for the US market. Roï holds an MBA with emphasis on strategy and entrepreneurship and a degree in biomedical engineering (summa cum laude) from Technion. He speaks Hebrew, English and French, is a 19th-century European history buff, and always appreciates a good hike.