#33: How I Became a Venture Capitalist While Still Practicing Medicine feat. Marshall Kuremsky, MD

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#33: How I Became a Venture Capitalist While Still Practicing Medicine feat. Marshall Kuremsky, MD

November 10
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Marshall Kuremsky is an orthopedic surgeon in Raleigh, North Carolina, specializing in sports medicine and hand surgery. He is a proud husband, father of two young beautiful daughters, and avid sports fan having been born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA.

Marshall is also a partner at LOUD Capital, a venture capital firm based in Columbus, Ohio and is involved in real estate investing, stock market trading, blogging, and a multimedia social platform promoting news and information about injuries in baseball. He was formerly the team physician for the Houston Astros Minor League (A) team and was given a World Series Championship ring by the Astros for their win in 2017! He serves a critical role connecting physicians and investors to LOUD Capital and the alternative investment space.

Recently, he has been published on KevinMD, Medium, and has given multiple presentations to physicians and investors on behalf of LOUD.

Now, let’s look at five things that we discussed in this episode:

  • What excites him about venture capital
  • How to get into venture capital as a physician
  • How he balance being a physician and a venture capitalist
  • Most important skills for a venture capitalist
  • The impact of venture capital in his life

Here’s a breakdown of how this episode unfolds…


So if you have a lot of people that have different skill sets and backgrounds and then you are spread out across the country, that's how you can really do good, strong work together for the right purposes.


I've got the time and energy and the passion to do it so I've got to act on it because it won't always be there.


Sometimes the answer or the pathway may not be obvious at first. It may involve doing A and B in order to get to C. That's how it was for me.

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