Marianne Hutt

Marianne is a scientist, entrepreneur and speaker on topics such as innovation in health, start-ups and female empowerment. She’s the leader of the STEM project that drives innovations in health technology towards social impact.

Marianne obtained a Master's degree from the INCAE business school and also a Master's degree in Oncology with a focus on molecular biology and genetics from the University of Paris-Sud, France, and a Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience from Dickinson College in Pennsylvania, United States.

She has extensive business and innovation experience with a focus on R&D and the medical/pharmaceutical industry. She defines herself as passionate about developing products and projects that add value to users and can have a real impact on society. She has worked in academia and the preclinical pharmaceutical industry, as well as the computer/tech industry, turning ideas into products.

Recently, she built an integrated ecosystem of patient-centric healthcare applications, leading a cross-functional team of more than 30 collaborators that includes Product, UX/UI, Technology Architects, Front-End and Back-End Developers, and QA, as well as a commercial team made up of financial analysts, commercial executives, operations and marketing. Her work in neuroscience and cancer research at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital and at the Gustave Roussy Institute in Paris is recognized worldwide.