Reda Jaber is a Partner at IncWell, where he is actively involved in all startup company submissions in all business sectors, with lead responsibility for all medical sector related activities.
Reda joined IncWell in 2014 after finishing his MD / MBA at the University of Michigan Medical School and the Ross School of Business, where he focused on healthcare entrepreneurship and venture capital. Shortly after joining IncWell, Reda was selected as a Venture Fellow by the Michigan Venture Capital Association and a Davidson Digital Health Fellow by the Henry Ford Innovation Institute.
Previously, Reda gained investment experience as an analyst at Stage 2 Innovations, a $100 million private equity fund, and also at the University of Michigan Wolverine Angel Network. He co-founded several startups including MDCases and MI Happy App, and he also co-authored and published “Visionary Kids,” a children’s book series about entrepreneurship. Reda has had his clinical research published in peer-reviewed academic journals and presented internationally at major scientific conferences.
While at the University of Michigan, Reda earned his Bachelor of Science (B.S.) with Highest Distinction (2008); Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR) through the School of Public Health (2012); Doctor of Medicine (MD) with Distinctions in Research, Service, and Medical Education (2014); and Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a focus in Entrepreneurial Studies (2014). He was named a University of Michigan Hero (2013) and Student of the Year (2014).