Martin Shapiro



Martin Shapiro, MD MBA is a primary care physician, digital health operator, and early stage investor. As a Senior Venture Architect for Boston Consulting Group Digital Ventures, Dr. Shapiro built startups in the healthcare practice including leading clinical and regulatory strategy for Gaido Health, an oncology remote monitoring startup, later acquired by Biofourmis. In addition, Dr. Shapiro consults for early stage digital health companies from digital therapeutics, remote patient monitoring, and tech-enabled services across product, strategy, business development, and fundraising. At UCSF Innovation Ventures, he is a digital health advisor for the Catalyst, a translational accelerator, awarding $100K grants for commercialization. Dr. Shapiro also serves as a Digital Health Awards Judge for the UCSF Health Hub. He is an alumnus of the American Academy of Family Physicians Primary Care Innovation Fellowship where he worked with the Chief Medical Informatics Officer on studying primary care uptake of technology.


Dr. Shapiro has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Yale University and a MD/MBA with a graduate certificate in Health, Technology, and Engineering from University of Southern California. He is a resident in the Family & Community Medicine Department at University of California, San Francisco.