Mubadala Ventures investor Alaa Halawa focuses on early-growth, deep-tech life science companies that are disrupting traditional industries.
Zawadi Bryant fostered a culture “to think not like just a single location, but more like a network” as co-founder of NightLight Pediatric Urgent Care.
After a health scare introduced Pelin Wood Thorogood, MBA ’94, to the health benefits the cannabis-derived compound CBD, she saw an opportunity to make a difference.
Gen Li, MBA ’96, is founder and president of Phesi, a provider of data-driven services that helps life sciences companies expedite clinical trials.
Cryptocurrencies aside, blockchain technology is set to transform a host of industries beyond finance.
Digital technology is disrupting old models and driving innovation in healthcare, an industry that is ripe for change.
More healthcare professionals see a need for business skills to lead in today’s changing healthcare environment. Here’s why four physicians earned Johnson MBAs.
Melva Covington, MBA ’04