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Magid Abraham

Magid Abraham is a Lebanese American entrepreneur.

He was born on April 13, 1958, in Machghara, Lebanon, and he is of Lebanese descent. Magid is the CEO and founder of Neurawell Therapeutics, which is a pharmaceutical company that develops mental health treatments. He is also Chairman of Crimson Capital, which is a private investment company.

Before his rise to fame, Magid received a Bachelor’s degree from École Polytechnique and a Master’s degree and Doctoral degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Throughout his career, Magid has authored seminal award winning articles. Some awards for his achievements include the Lifetime Achievement Award, Paul Green Award, and the MIT Sloan School of Management Buck Weaver Award.


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