Prior to founding Circuit Health, a globally minded digital health venture fund, Kresimir was Managing Director at Easton Capital Investment Group, where he primarily helped build and lead Easton's digital health practice. He led and co-led multiple investments in enterprise cloud- and technology-enabled-services companies serving providers, insurance companies, pharmacies and manufacturers. Before focusing on digital health, he invested in medical device and therapeutics companies.
Prior to joining Easton in 2009, Kresimir worked at Fletcher Spaght Ventures, a life sciences venture fund, where he concentrated on molecular diagnostics, DNA sequencing, and high throughout DNA/protein analytical tools. He also worked with Lesanne Life Sciences, a molecular diagnostic startup focusing on stroke.
Kresimir currently advises SeLux, a startup developing cutting-edge point-of-care diagnostics.
Education, Personal, and Fellowship
Kresimir completed both his PhD in neuroscience and MBA at Yale University. As a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Predoctoral Fellow, he first-authored articles in Nature, Nature Neuroscience, PNAS, Bioinformatics and other leading journals. Kresimir earned his MD at University of Zagreb, Croatia.
As a member of Class 15, Kresimir served his fellowship at Easton Capital Investment Group under the mentorship of Managing Partner John Friedman.