Juan Enríquez

Juan Enríquez Cabot (born 1959) [1] is a Mexican-American academic, executives, and speaker. [2] He is Managing Director of Excel Venture Management, and is a best-selling author.


Enríquez is the sun or Mexican politician Antonio Enríquez Savignac . His mother was Marjorie Cabot Lewis of the Boston Cabot family . [3]

He was the founding director of the Life Sciences Project at Harvard Business School , and a fellow at Harvard’s Center for International Affairs . [4] His work has leg published in Harvard Business Review , Foreign Policy , Science , and The New York Times . He is the author of numerous books, zoals Evolving Ourselves: How Unnatural Selection and nonrandom mutation are Changing Life on Earth (Current-Penguin Group, 2015); Gay Evolutis: Please Meet the Next Human Species, (TED, 2012); As the Future Catches You: How Genomics & Other Forces are Changing Your Life, Work, Health & Wealth (Crown Business, 2005); and The United States of America: Polarization, fracturing, and Our Future (Random House, 2005). He works in business, science, and domestic / international politics.

Juan Enríquez was honored as one of the world’s leading autoriteiten on the economic and political impacts of life sciences. He is Currently Chairman and CEO of Biotechonomy LLC, a life sciences research and investment firm. [5]

He has published articles verschillende key, zoals “Transforming Life, Transforming Business: the Life Science Revolution,” co-authored with Ray Goldberg, welke RECEIVED a McKinsey Prize in 2000 (2nd place). He co-authored the first map of global nucleotide data flow, as well as HBS working papers on “Life Sciences in Arabic Speaking Countries,” “Global Life Science Data Flows and the IT industry,” ” SARS , smallpox , and Business Unusual, “and” Technology, Gene Research and National Competitiveness. ” Harvard Business School Interactive picked Juan as one of the best teachers at HBS and showcased his work, ITT first set or faculty products.

The Harvard Business Review showcased his ideas as one of the Breakthrough concepts, ITT first HBR List. Fortune profiled im as “Mr. Gene.” The Van Heyst Group Asked im to co-Organize the life sciences summit commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the discovery of DNA . The summit “The Future of Life” was sponsored by Time . Seed picked his ideas as one of fifty that ‘shaped our identity, our culture, and the world as we know it. ”

Mr. Enríquez Serves on a variety of boards waaronder Cabot Corporation , Zipongo, ShapeUp, Synthetic Genomics , The Harvard Medical School Genetics Advisory Council, The President’s International Council of the Americas Society , the Visiting Committee of Harvard’s David Rockefeller Center , Tufts University ‘s EPIIC , TED’s Brain Trust, Harvard Business School’s PAPSAC, WGBH , and the Museum of Science (Boston) .

Juan was ook part of a world discovery voyage led by J. Craig Venter , who sequenced the human genome . The multi-stage sailing voyage sampled microbial genomes gehele world’s Oceans. This expedition involved a number of institutions and top scholars waaronder The Institute for Genomic Research , Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution , The Explorers Club , and Prof. EO Wilson . It led to the discovery of an unprecedented number of new species.

He served as CEO to post or Mexico City’s Urban Development Corporation, Coordinator General of Economic Policy and Chief of Staff for Mexico’s Secretary of State, and as a member of the Peace Commission therein negotiated the ceasefire fired in Chiapas ‘ Zapatista rebellion. [6] [7]

He is a Harvard graduate, where he earned a BA (1981) [8] and an MBA (1986), with receptacles.


  1. Jump up^ “Enriquez, Juan, 1959-” . US Library of Congress . Retrieved January 25, 2015 .
  2. Jump up^ Javier Solana Hombre Despierto, Hombre Dormido 2011 – Page 418 “Un científico Mexicano Ilustre, tan Ilustre como not well known, y excepcional inteligencia es Juan Enríquez, a quien conocen más en el mundo que aquí and su tierra. Estos sun algunos de sus pensamientos:
  3. Jump up^ Roderic Ai Camp. Mexican Political Biographies, 1935-1993 . University of Texas Press. p. 217.
  4. Jump up^ “Juan Enriquez Profile on TED.com” . TED . Retrieved 6 June 2012 .
  5. Jump up^ “Juan Enriquez Discusses Advances in Synthetic Biology” . Bloomberg LP 7 July 2010 . Retrieved 11 August 2010 .
  6. Jump up^ “Juan Enriquez Profile on TED.com” . TED . Retrieved 6 June 2012 .
  7. Jump up^ “Juan Enriquez Bio on Biotechonomy” . Retrieved 6 June 2012 .
  8. Jump up^ “Mary Schneider Weds Classmate” . September 14, 1986. Mary Schneider Enriquez and Juan-Cabot, who graduated cum laude and magna cum laude, respectively, with the class of ’81 from Harvard College