Mitchell Blutt

Mitchell Blutt

CEO of Consonance Capital
 

Currently employed at Consonance Capital, Weill Cornell Medical College

Previous: JPMorgan Partners

 

    Summary

    Mitchell Blutt, the founder of Consonance Capital, brings a unique background and perspective to investing. After earning a Master’s of Business Administration, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychobiology, and a Doctor of Medicine, all from the University of Pennsylvania, he went to work for JP Morgan Partners (JPMP.) As one of the first physicians to make an impact in the field of investing, Dr. Blutt drew on his health care experience and professional contacts to identify and recommend profitable medical investments for the firm. Mitchell Blutt also spent one day each week working at Cornell University Medical Center during the majority of his 18-year tenure at JPMP. He founded the health care group at JPMP and served as the firm’s Executive Partner, as well, giving him a senior managerial role in the overall activities of the firm. In 2005, Mitchell Blutt founded Consonance. It consists of two collaborative funds, a health care hedge fund, as well as a health care private equity fund. Dr. Blutt is a member of several professional groups, including the New York Academy of Medicine. Dr. Blutt formerly served on the Board of Trustees and Finance Committee of Penn Medicine and on the Board of Trustees of The University of Pennsylvania. He is a past board member of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. In his spare time, Mitchell Blutt enjoys composing music and outdoor pursuits such as swimming and tennis.

Experiences

 

CEO

At Consonance Capital

From 2005 to Present
 

Professor

At Weill Cornell Medical College

From 1987 to Present
 

Executive Partner

At JPMorgan Partners

From 1987 to 2004

Centres d'intérêt

 
  • Music Composition
  • Swimming
  • Tennis