Founder R42 Group, Adjunct Professor in Genetics, Stanford School of Medicine
Palo Alto, CA

Ronjon Nag is an Inventor, Adjunct Professor in Genetics at Stanford School of Medicine, Visiting Fellow at the Stanford Center for the Study of Language and Information,  Founder of Agemica (longevity science), Superbio (AI for life sciences) and R42 Group (venture capital). He has won the 2021 IEEE-SCV Outstanding Engineer award, the Institute of Engineering and Technology Mountbatten Medal, the Verizon Powerful Answers Award ($1m), the 2023 COGX (AI conference with 90,000 attendees) Lifetime Achievement Award and the 2023 MIT Great Dome Award. Ronjon is a part owner of  100 AI/Biotech start-ups. His companies have been sold to Apple, BlackBerry, and Motorola. Ronjon teaches courses on AI, Genes, Ethics, Longevity Science and Venture Capital. His degrees are PhD (Cambridge), MS (MIT), BSc (Birmingham) and he was a Harkness Fellow at the Stanford Psychology Department working on AI.