Director, Institute Development
Bryan Allinson MBA is Director of the AdventHealth Institute Development Office (IDO). In this role he supports the mission of the AdventHealth Research Institute (AHRI) to elevate service lines to their highest quality status through access to research. He is responsible for program planning and management connected to Institute initiatives, and business development through strategic partnering and client relationship management.
Prior to joining AdventHealth, Bryan served as Vice President for the State University of New York (SUNY) Research Foundation, where he led industry relations, innovation and partnering across the state of New York. Bryan served on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s task force to establish NYVentures as a $100 million innovation and commercialization fund. Bryan supported deployment of state-wide systems for sponsored research and industry partnering at SUNY institutions.Bryan previously served as primary investigator on the New York State Innovation Model (SIM), a $99M initiative funded by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). In this role, Bryan provided leadership over formation and deployment of Alternative Payment Models (APMs) connected to value-based healthcare.
Formerly, Bryan served as Executive Director for the University of Texas System in Austin TX. In this role, he supported UT Chancellor’s Office covering strategic innovation, technology transfer and research. He served on a task force to develop UT’s four (4) NCI-accredited institutions, biosafety research funding, and clinical translational scientific award funding. He served as Managing Director and Co-Founder for UT’s $60 million innovation fund designed to commercialize UT’s research and attract leadership to UT institutions and projects. His efforts in service to the Chancellor multiplied funding from federal, state and investors by a factor of sixteen to one (16:1).
Earlier in his career, Bryan served as Director of Geisinger Ventures, supporting Geisinger innovation, genomics and population health initiatives. He served on a team reporting to President to launch Geisinger’s system-wide data-warehouse initiative built on the Epic medical record system, serving 6 and 40 clinics across the State of Pennsylvania.
Bryan has an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh PA), BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, and BS in Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a certified ProSci change management practitioner.