Marc Galletti, '90

Managing Director and Founder, Longitude Capital

Mr. Galletti is a Managing Director and Founder of Longitude Capital. Prior to Longitude Capital, Mr. Galletti was a Senior Vice President of Pequot Ventures, where he worked in the life sciences practice. Prior to Pequot Ventures, Mr. Galletti worked at Amerindo Investment Advisors, Vector Fund Management and the Global Healthcare Investment Banking Group at J.P. Morgan & Co. Mr. Galletti began his career in the life sciences industry at APM, a management consultancy dedicated to improving operations performance within the patient care and procedural units of large acute-care hospitals.  

Mr. Galletti currently serves on the board of Murj. He previously served on the boards of Amphora Medical (acquired), Aptus Endosystems (acquired by Medtronic) and Twelve (acquired by Medtronic) and has also been involved with prior investments in Ablation Frontiers (acquired by Medtronic), MAP Pharmaceuticals (MAPP, acquired by Allergan), Prestwick Pharmaceuticals (acquired by Ovation), Sadra Medical (acquired by Boston Scientific) and Threshold Pharmaceuticals (THLD). Mr. Galletti sits or has sat on advisory boards for the Innovation and New Ventures Office at Northwestern University, the Program for Biomedical Engineering at Brown University, the Venture Capital Advisory Board of AdvaMed and the Life Sciences Advisory Board of Silicon Valley Bank.  Mr. Galletti holds an M.B.A. in Finance and Health Services Management from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and an A.B. from Princeton University.