The Utah SoPE chapter began meeting in 2016. Our members include an eclectic group of physicians, professors, medical device experts, patent attorneys, angel investors and other professionals who are committed to improving healthcare. We hold quarterly meetings at the Church and State Business Incubator (370 S 300 E in SLC). We would love to have you join us for meetings and on our LinkedIn page. If you would like to speak at a future event or if you have any questions or suggestions, email John Dayton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. John Dayton
John Dayton, MD is a co-founder of the Utah SoPE Chapter. He is also President of Utah College of Emergency Physicians and works as an Assistant Professor and Emergency Physician at the University of Utah. His research interests include digital health, health policy and freestanding emergency centers. He is a member of the SLC Angels and founder of MedForums.com.
Dr. Joseph Nowoslawski
Joseph Nowoslawski, M.D. is a graduate of the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. He trained in one of the first Emergency Medicine residency programs available in the country at the Medical College of Pennsylvania and was one of the first physicians in the country to form and later sell a large national physician-owned emergency medicine physician group.
Subsequently, he developed and sold a national therapy services company and most recently one of the country’s largest Department of Defense healthcare staffing companies. He is board certified in Forensic Medicine and is a NACVA certified merger and acquisition professional actively involved in helping healthcare/life science companies with their exit strategy.
He has been involved in angel funding and early seed biotech startups and is in the process of launching an inaugural fund tailored to “micro pharma” and microfluid/nano based molecular diagnostic sectors. He owns and operates one of the first medical factoring companies based in Pennsylvania.