Jeff Huber

Co-Founder & General Partner
Triatomic Capital

Jeff Huber is Co-Founder of Triatomic Capital, an early-stage vc firm focused on ‘Applied AI’ and helping great entrepreneurs build 'century-defining' businesses & technologies. Previously, Jeff was the Founding CEO and Vice Chairman of GRAIL, a biotech whose mission is to ‘detect cancer early, when it can be cured.’

Earlier, Jeff was a Senior Vice President at Google (2003-2016), where co-founded Google's life sciences efforts, and led development and scaling for Google Maps, Google Workspace (Gmail, Calendar, Docs, etc), and Google Ads. As an executive at Google, Jeff oversaw 50x growth in revenues and organization (to >$50B annual revenues & >50,000 employees).

Jeff holds a bachelor's degree in computer engineering from the University of Illinois, where he was Commencement Speaker (2016) and received a 'Distinguished Alumni Award'. He also holds a MBA from Harvard University, and was a Visiting Scholar in Stanford University's Department of BioEngineering.

Jeff is an advisory board member for Stanford's Precision Health Center, for Duke University's Research Translation & Commercialization (RTC) Council, and is chairman of the advisory board for the college of Computation, Data Science & Society (CDSS) at UC Berkeley, where he & his wife sponsor an endowed chair in Computational Biomedicine.


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