Scott Rocklage is a chemist with a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Chemistry from the University of California and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Dr. Rocklage is currently the managing partner of 5AM Ventures. He brings to the role more than 30 years of healthcare management. He has experience in strategic leadership that has led to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of three recently new drug applications.
5AM Ventures is a venture capital firm that focuses on building next-generation life science opportunities. 5AM supports entities that are working to solve needs in healthcare through a combination of cutting-edge science and medicine. The companies supported through 5AM Ventures are those that take an unusual or unorthodox approach to healthcare solutions with strategic thinking. Read more: Scott Racklage | Bloomberg
Dr. Rocklage leads a team of professionals at 5AM Ventures that are made up of financial, legal, operational and medical individuals that work together, combining all their talents and expertise to give the team a unique edge in the healthcare industry. In addition to being an investor, 5M also takes hands on approach to building a company. 5AM often works to help set company strategy, fundraising, business development and recruiting.
Dr. Rocklage has taken on employment opportunities with a variety of Pharmaceutical companies and includes Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Nycomed Salutar and Catalytica. He has served these companies in a variety of positions including President, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chairman and Research and Design (R&D) specialist.
Scott Rocklage is responsible as an inventor and co-inventor of more than 30 U.S. patents and he has authored more than 100 peer-reviewed publications. Also to his credit, Rocklage conducted research in the laboratory of Richard R. Scrock, who went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize in Chemistry in 2005, while Rocklage was a student at MIT.
Rocklage also serves as the Chairman of the Board for Achaogen, Relypsa and Sempura. He also sits on the boards of Variation, Pulmatrix and WaveRx, as well as the Board of Associates of the Whitehead Institute. He was also the Executive Chairman of the Board of Iilypsa
Before the 1970s, New Brunswick almost contributed nothing to the economic growth of the state of New Jersey. People did not think to invest in the area since it had no future. The population was low, and the existing buildings were out of date. In the contemporary life, people have always desired that they live their highest standards of living. This desire could not be found in New Brunswick. Having understood the direction that the world took, Omar Boraie took the risk to develop the city for the future generations. The beginning was a struggle as people did not want to be linked with the city but in the end, it contributes the most to the growth of the state.
Creating an economically stable environment
Omar Boraie is an investor that has changed not only the lives of many people, but also the state of the economy. Investors have moved from different states to establish their investments in New Brunswick. The people around the state and the city have been offered employment opportunities. Other than employment, the individuals that belong to the state of New Jersey have been in a position to establish their businesses in their hometowns. Through the provision of employment, the state has improved tax and revenue collections. The unemployment rate has equally been reduced as thousands of people have been absorbed in the region.
Why the investors selected Brunswick
New Brunswick provides an environment that welcomes investors and the employees. According to centraljerseyworkingmoms.com, the structures that the Boraie Development has erected in the town are good for the face of businesses and an established company. Employees can be housed in the residential areas close to their working places. Employers can run their businesses without struggling since their places of residences are close to their offices. The economy has been stabilized by the security being enjoyed in the region, and this has motivated its growth.
Making the 2016 summer holidays memorable
Boraie Development made the 2016 summer the best for the people who went on vacation in New Jersey. Monster University, Alladin, and Babe, were the movies which people were dying to watch. The fact that the company offered to lighten up the summer adventure made it one of the best in the history of vacations. Over the past few years, people have had divisions on the things to do. The main reason for this division was that people lived under various economic capabilities. Boraie Development brought the segregation to and during the summer holidays. Read the full recap on centraljerseyworkingmoms.com.