The MIT Sloan Healthcare Club (formerly known as the Biomedical Business Club, or BBC) is a resource for students from across MIT who are interested in the healthcare and life sciences industry. Our mission is threefold:
- Enable current members to obtain internships and jobs in the healthcare and life sciences industry through various club-sponsored activities, including networking events and interview preparation.
- Host an innovative, exciting, and relevant healthcare conference that leverages MIT’s unique cutting edge research, Boston’s biotech foundations, and leading area teaching hospitals to serve as a beacon for those in industry and academia.
- Promote the development of future healthcare leaders while creating a fun and supportive community.
Sandra is a second year MBA student at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Prior to attending MIT Sloan, she was a Pharmaceuticals Analyst at Decision Resources where she specialized in Psychiatry and Pain, helping clients to understand market dynamics and opportunities through syndicated market research reports and forecasts. She spent four years studying axon regeneration in Harvard Medical School's Biological Biomedical Sciences (BBS) Doctorate program. Sandra received her M.S. in Biomedical Sciences from Harvard and B.S. in Biology, with Minors in Music and Brain and Cognitive Sciences, from MIT. For the summer, Sandra is working as a Johnson & Johnson Strategic Marketing intern. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, eating, and playing strategic board games.
Serena got her bachelor degree from Shanghai Jiaotong University in China majoring in Chemistry. After college, she went to US and got her Master degree in Chemistry with research focusing on biophysics from SUNY Buffalo. Prior to MIT Sloan, she spent four years working in the biopharmaceutical industry in Boston as a scientist and project manager. In her professional career, she has had a wide array of experiences in drug discovery, development and manufacture. At Sloan, Serena focuses on healthcare related product design and development, technology commercialization and investment.
Eliza is a second year MBA student at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Prior to attending MIT Sloan, Eliza was an Associate in the consulting group of Leerink Swann, developing growth opportunities for biopharmaceutical clients through optimization of internal drug portfolios, assessment of external opportunities, and assistance with overall R&D strategy to enhance company value. Before Leerink Swann, she worked at UK Trade & Investment, helping early stage life science companies in the UK with their market entry strategy into the United States. For the summer, Eliza will be gaining industry experience at Smith & Nephew, a leading medical device company, as a marketing intern in the Endoscopy group. Eliza earned a B.A. and M.A. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, summa cum laude, from Boston University.
|Andrea Ippolito, David Xie||Co-Chairs, MIT Sloan Healthcare Conference|
|Elinor Huang||VP, Case Competition|
|Elyssa Campbell||VP, Speakers & Events|
|Chris Wilfong||VP, Alumni & Treks|
|Edan Bin Nun, Jay Verrill||VPs, Career Development|
|Lamees Hamada||VP, Marketing|
|Rachel Chung||VP, Communications|
|Freida Ahonkhai, Yvonne Chung||VPs, Finance & Sponsorship|
Directors, Club Officers
Case CompetitionMandy Yeung
BioInnovations Conference Panel leadsLauren Ankeles
BioInnovations Conference Panel ContributorsSheridan Blake
Co-Directors of LogisticsNishanth Dev
Co-Directors of MarketingElana Shapiro
Please feel free to email the club if you have any questions or would like more information about MIT Sloan Healthcare activities: email@example.com
Interested in Leading?
The MIT Sloan Healthcare Club will be accepting applications from the class of 2013 for leadership positions within the club. Be on the look out for more information this fall!