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Lindsay Weissbach, M.D.

Senior Appraiser and Healthcare Industry Expert

Mrs. Weissbach joined U.S. Valuations in 2006.  She is our industry consultant in the valuation of healthcare businesses. A medical doctor by training, she spent several years working for consulting firms interacting with biotechnology firms and healthcare industries. 

Education:

  • University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, M.D., 2003.
  • University of California, Berkeley, College of Letters & Science, B.A., Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology – Neurobiology, 1998.

Honors & Awards:

  • Award for Excellence in Teaching by a Senior Student, 2000.
  • NIH Research Training Fellowship & Presentation, UC San Diego 2000.
  • Honors Research Fellowship in Neurobiology UC Berkeley 1998.
  • Honors Graduate for scholastic achievement, UC Berkeley 1998.
  • President’s Undergraduate Fellowship for Honors research, UC Berkeley 1997.
  • Howard Hughes Biology Fellows Scholarship Award, UC Berkeley 1997.
  • Berkeley Sigma Xi Grant-in-aid for research, UC Berkeley 1997.
  • V. McCrossin University Scholarship Award, UC Berkeley 1997.
  • Edward Frank Kraft Scholarship Prize, UC Berkeley 1996.

Presentations:

  • 2007: 1st author in poster presentation at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, California: “The Impact of a Tobacco Screening Format in the Electronic Medical Record on Prescriptions of Nicotine Replacement Therapy.”
  • 2002: 4th author in poster presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting: “Quality of life and diet intervention in subjects at risk for recurrence of colorectal adenomas.”
  • 2000: 1st author in poster presentation at the NIH Research Training Fellowship, UC San Diego: “The Feasibility of Diet Intervention in Subject at Risk for Recurrence of Colorectal Adenomas.”
  • 1997: 1st author in poster presentation at the Howard Hughes Institute for Honors Research, UC Berkeley: “Determining the optimal electrical stimulus range that  will reliably produce long-term depression in rat hippocampal nerve cells.”