Michael Vasconcelles, M.D., is currently the chief medical officer and Head of the Medical and Scientific Organization at Flatiron Health, a healthcare technology and services company focused on creating digital solutions to accelerate cancer research and improving patient care. Prior to joining Flatiron Health in 2019, Dr. Vasconcelles served as the Chief Medical Officer of Unum Therapeutics Inc. (Unum) from 2015-2019. As a Cambridge, MA- based cell and gene therapy company, Unum developed autologous engineered T cell products for the treatment of cancer. Prior to Unum, Dr. Vasconcelles spent several years at Takeda/Millennium, where he was Senior Vice President, Head of the Oncology Therapy Area Unit and member of the R&D Executive Team, accountable for strategic and operational oversight of the oncology research and development portfolio globally. Prior to Takeda/Millennium, Dr. Vasconcelles was Group Vice President and the Global Therapeutic Area Head, Transplant and Oncology, at Genzyme Corporation, where he was responsible for clinical development of the transplant and oncology portfolio and a member of the Transplant and Oncology Business Unit Management Team. Following Sanofi’s acquisition of Genzyme, Dr. Vasconcelles joined Sanofi Oncology as Head, Personalized Medicine and Companion Diagnostics. From 1996 -2021, Dr. Vasconcelles was a faculty member of the Harvard Medical School and an associate physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. He received both his B.A. and M.D. from Northwestern University.