Hubert is co-founder, partner and executive director of Health Wildcatters, a Dallas based seed stage healthcare fund and accelerator.
Prior to forming Health Wildcatters he was managing director of medical technology at NTEC (North Texas Enterprise Center for Medical Technology - www.ntec-inc.org). At NTEC he was responsible for the medical technology program where he reviewed, evaluated and advised hundreds of startup companies. He oversaw the construction of NTEC's state-of-the-art 50,000 SF building and managed the facility including its roughly 10,000 SF lab space. During his tenure he created MedVentures, the Southwest's largest medical technology investment conference, whose presenting companies raised a combined $274M in funding.
Hubert has over ten years of experience in the life sciences. Before joining NTEC, Hubert was on faculty at UT Southwestern Medical Center where he was an NIH-funded Principal Investigator and co-investigator of research grants totaling more than $1M from various grant agencies. His areas of research included Nephrology and Cell Biology with a focus on membrane transport and membrane composition. His interests extend into biophysics, fluorescence and imaging techniques. He authored and co-authored over 15 scientific articles, more than 30 presentations at national and international meetings and 2 book-chapters.
Hubert received his Doctorate in Medicine (M.D.) from the University of Vienna, School of Medicine (1996), and his Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University in 2006 (Beta-Gamma-Sigma). He is a fellow of the American Society of Nephrology (F.A.S.N.).
He is an active speaker, panelist and thought leader on healthcare startups, digital health, entrepreneurship and funding topics.