Marc Hodosh is producing television shows focused on health innovations and human longevity. Previously, Marc co-created and eventually sold the TEDMED conference, which he hosted and led from 2009-2011.
Prior, he led the X PRIZE for Genomics, a $10 million competition to inspire rapid and cost effective genome sequencing technology, which followed the successful $10 million Ansari Space X PRIZE.
He has been a consultant to inventor Dean Kamen at DEKA Research & Development and also Chaired Dean’s FIRST Robotics competition in the Boston region, which inspires high school students to pursue careers in science & technology.
Additionally, Marc founded and sold ID One, which specialized in facial recognition technology for the U.S. military and intelligence communities. Earlier he led business development at Visage Technology, a biometric and secure ID company.
His first business endeavors began by inventing and importing a variety of consumer products from Asia, with distribution through Bed, Bath & Beyond, QVC television, Toys-R-Us, and others. These products were acquired and continue to sell at retail outlets, worldwide.