The HBS MBA program provided me with so much: a world-class business education; the ability to bounce ideas off professors and other life sciences practitioners in the Harvard community; a world-class student and alumni network full of depth and breadth; and continual inspiration by the people around me. In addition, being in the MBA program qualified me to earn the Harvard Blavatnik Fellowship. This fellowship, now in its ninth cohort, is an incredible one-year program for Harvard MBAs and post-doctoral students seeking to build bold solutions to healthcare and life sciences challenges. It provides a founder’s salary and some company funding, but most importantly, access to a large and diverse network of biotech executives. Intangibly, the fellowship provides the confidence boost required to take chances at an early-stage life sciences startup.
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