"Mir A. Imran (born 1956, Hyderabad, India), is an Indian entrepreneur and venture capitalist. Imran has formed 19 companies since the early 80s and holds over 140 patents. Born and raised in India, the son of a doctor, Imran moved to New Jersey in 1973 to attend Rutgers University where he studied both electrical and biomedical engineering. He received his B.S. in electrical engineering and his M.S. in biomedical engineering and attended three years of Medical School before deciding to leave and work on the first implantable cardioverter-defibrillator with Intec Systems, which was acquired later on. Imran is recognized for his history as a scientist, inventor, entrepreneur and investor of medical technology companies. He is the founder and Chairman of InCube Laboratories, Inc., a research laboratory and business incubator for medical and technology companies. Imran currently serves as a Director for multiple medTech companies."
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