Hanson, Eric

Summary of Experience:

Dr. Hanson is residency trained in preventive and aerospace medicine. He has an MPH degree in epidemiology with a genetics concentration from Johns Hopkins. He was formerly Division Chief of Science and Technology at the US Air Force Surgeon General’s Office. Dr. Hanson has founded five companies, including Advanced Medical Imaging and Genetics.

His current company, Tier 7, identifies biomedical technologies that improve the delivery of health care for service personnel in war situations. Tier 7 connects the technologies of industry with researchers in DOD and other federal agencies. In total, Dr. Hanson has been awarded more than $68 million in research grants as a PI. He has published four books, 24 articles and eight patents. He is an affiliate Associate Professor at OHSU in the Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology.

Dr. Hanson serves on several science advisory boards and is President of the St. Andrew Foundation Board of Directors.

Mentoring Services Provided:

“I work with companies whose biomedical technologies can improve the delivery of healthcare for our warfighters. I can assess if your technology fits desired Department of Defense capabilities/requirements and determine what innovations would be required for operational use. I can assist in connecting your company with Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADA) with DoD that can improve your likelihood of award success.”