Jim Kovach Wiki
Jim Kovach is an American entrepreneur, physician, attorney, and former American football linebacker.
Jim Kovach Biography
He played seven seasons in the National Football League for the New Orleans Saints and San Francisco 49ers. Jim played college football at the University of Kentucky, where he also studied medicine.
Jim Kovach played as a linebacker at the University of Kentucky while studying pre-medicine. Because he had an injury-related redshirt season, he played his senior year of eligibility while taking his freshman year at University of Kentucky College of Medicine.
Jim Kovach Age
He was born on May 1, 1956, in Parma Heights, OH USA.
Jim Kovach Family
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Jim Kovach Wife
Jim Kovach is married to his wife Nora. The couple lives in Marin County. Jim said that he is very blessed and they celebrated their Silver Anniversary in June 2009.
Jim and Nora met on a Ferris wheel at the 1984 World’s Fair in New Orleans.
Jim Kovach Children
They have been awarded four great kids who are Jim Jr, Ross, Mandy and Joe.
Jim Kovach Height
Jim stands at a height of 6feet 2inches.
Jim Kovach Salary
Jim’s salary is estimated to be between $10k to $50k per year.
Jim Kovach Net worth
His net worth is estimated to be around $250k.
Jim Kovach Kentucky Football
Jim Kovach played college football at the University of Kentucky, where he also studied medicine.
A pair of former Academic All-America football selections, Jim Kovach, of the University of Kentucky and Dewey Selmon, of the University of Oklahoma, stood out as this year’s inductees into the College Sports Information Directors of America.
They joined two former Academic All-America basketball inductees.Jim Kovach Football The four honorees joined 108 previous inductees as members of the CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame, which was created in 1988. They were inducted at CoSIDA’s annual workshop in San Francisco, California on July 6, 2010, during the CoSIDA Hall of Fame Gala.
At that awards dinner, the CoSIDA Hall of Fame Class of 2010 were enshrined along with the Academic All-America Hall of Fame class. ESPN announcer Ron Franklin served as emcee at the event.
The four individuals were high achievers as student-athletes and continue to make a positive impact on society to this day.
They each add something special to the Academic All-America Hall of Fame and CoSIDA is very proud to recognize their extraordinary contributions.
Jim Kovach NFL
Jim Kovach was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the 1979 National Football league draft and played for the team for six seasons. This occurred while Jim was completing his medical education at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine in the off-seasons. In 1985, Jim Kovach played as a linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers. After his retirement from the NFL, Kovach earned his law degree from Stanford University School of Law and practiced as an intellectual-property attorney before becoming a business owner.
Jim Kovach UC Davis
Jim Kovach’s extensive experience in the medical, technology, business, and legal worlds led him to UC Davis. He has served as a consultant since 2013 and is now the director of Translational Entrepreneurship and Industry Research Alliances. Jim serves as a liaison at UC Davis between the many players inherent in medical innovation. He has the goal of more efficiently bringing advances to market.
He advises students, faculty, and fellows on the full spectrum of activities that lie between basic research and the use of new products in healthcare. At the same time, he meets with potential partners in the industry who can sponsor research at the university.Jim Kovach UC Davis To advance the innovation process at UC Davis, he and School of Medicine colleagues have brought a course called “Bioinnovation” to the Sacramento campus. Meeting over one quarter, the course creates teams among students across degree programs and disciplines, including engineering, business, and medicine.
Jim Kovach says that students are concurrently parachuted into a clinical problem providing a background in topics like patent law, Food and Drug Administration(FDA) regulations, and intellectual property. Examples of clinical problems are improving the care and recovery of burn patients.
Kovach helps the students brainstorm, develop prototypes of new therapies or devices, and learn the nuts and bolts of eventually bringing their ideas and new products to market. Kovach believes the resources that UC Davis offers provide an optimal environment to maximize new product success.
He cites the strong academic and clinical resources of the medical school, veterinary school, college of engineering, genome center, and programs in biomedical informatics and biostatistics. Besides, the culture of collaboration across disciplines at UC Davis provides the perfect incubator for successfully creating new therapies.
He notes that national recognition of the importance of the CTSC’s efforts to support and facilitate outstanding translational science is reflected by the support from the National Institutes of Health,
other funding agencies, and private foundations.
Jim Kovach Park Place
Jim Kovach is the Digital Infrastructure Director at Park Place Technologies. The company is a global leader in Data Center Maintenance. Park Place Technologies is built on maximizing uptime by keeping your mission-critical data center hardware up and running.
From an experienced, professional staff that understands what it takes, to a global supply chain that has whatever you need, wherever you are, they’ll always fix your issues. That is even when they’re not covered under your service plan.
Jim Kovach Md
Jim Kovach received his M.D., with distinction, from the University of Kentucky and his J.D. from Stanford University. He has a law degree from Stanford University.
He earned his medical degree during a seven-year career as a middle linebacker for the New Orleans Saints and San Francisco 49rs.