Boundless Medical Ventures helps immigrant-founded startups develop medical devices and biotechnology that benefits patients.
American innovation is fueled by immigrant inventors. We create a pathway of success for immigrant founders.
We sponsor scientists and entrepreneurs who qualify for the Extraordinary Ability Visa.
BMV does more than fundraising. We use income share agreements to cover the expenses of your O-1 visa, EB-1 or EB-2 Green Card, as well as relocation costs. Additionally, we continue to support our start ups throughout funding rounds.
Dr. Prakash Sampath has served as the Chief of Neurosurgery for Roger Williams Medical Center (a major affiliate of Boston University School of Medicine) for over 15 years in Providence, RI. Dr. Sampath is an Associate Professor of Neurosurgery at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. He also serves as the Director of Neuro-Oncology immunotherapy program at Brown University and Rhode Island Hospital. Dr. Sampath is a board certified neurosurgeon (ABNS 2004) and a Fellow of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. He also co-directs the Roger Williams Brain Tumor Laboratory.
Paul Akerman, MD is currently the Director of Therapeutic Endoscopy at University Gastroenterology in Providence, RI USA. University Gastroenterology is one of the largest, most active gastroenterology groups in New England. Dr. Akerman is highly skilled in advanced endoscopy, with a focus on managing complex gastrointestinal diseases using cutting edge technology. He is a world expert in diseases of the pancreas and biliary systems, small bowel disorders and endoscopic oncology.
Liran is a serial entrepreneur, investor, and the CEO of PassRight. His experience in the field helps streamline the immigration of extraordinarily talented entrepreneurs abroad. Liran has re-invented and secured US immigration for elite global engineers, while simultaneously providing the American market with access to the world’s most valuable talent.