Guy L. Fish, M.D. ’85, M.B.A. ’94, wrote to say that his work as a venture capitalist and consultant to health care startups continues well, despite the state of the economy. His eldest child, Nicole, left Yale after two years to pursue dance in New York, where she trained with Alvin Ailey and where she is director of a boutique dancewear/pointe-shoe shop. His son, James, graduated from Harvard in May. His youngest child, Carina, finished her freshman year at Harvard in engineering. His wife, Kim, has started a business as a career coach and college admissions consultant. Fish concluded with an appreciation of his education at the School of Medicine.
“Not a single day goes by that I am not using fundamentals of immunology, biochem, physiology, and other building blocks to decipher the value proposition of what is being proffered. These are uses of medical knowledge I never imagined. I thank God the Yale system does such a great job educating young doctors for the future.”