Candidate:

Mr. Clinical Trial Ops

About Me:

Recent grad pharmacist starting a 2yr Fellowship in “Big Pharma” Clinical Trial Operations. Competitive fellowship geared towards supply chain management, clinical trial development, and leading CRO teams to First-in-Human trials. 7yrs experience as a researcher in basic science and R&D, lab chemical inventory manager, STEM teaching.

Details:

Undergrad School: University of Rochester

Undergrad Major: Biochemistry

GPA: 3.33

GMAT: Waived

Age: 30,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Other Degree/Certification: Pharm.D

School Name: MCPHS University

Extracurriculars: Alumni Interviewer, Volunteer Admissions (since 2013), Massachusetts Science and Engineering Fair Judging Corps (since 2014), APhA-ASP Health Fair coordinator

Work History:

Title: Pharmacy Intern

Industry: Healthcare

Company: Non-Fortune 500 Grocery Store Pharmacy

Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 2 mos

Title: Researcher

Industry: Healthcare

Company: Army

Length of Employment: 3 yrs

Big Life Wins:

My decision to return to school for a doctorate degree in Pharmacy, eventually leading me towards a path to the school’s Student Government Association President. Helped manage a budget of over $50,000, communicated across several interdisciplinary teams, presented new school initiatives.

Post MBA Goal:

I intend to stay in Big Pharma to become a Director or Vice President of Clinical Operations or Supply Chain Management and lead larger teams within the next 10 years. I foresee my management practices translate over to other healthcare companies and perhaps one day become a COO or Chief Science Officer in the far-future.

Schools:

Target School: IU Kelley

Status: Open

Odds:

The Experts Rate The Odds At: 55%

  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 60%

    Hi, it’s Nisha from mbaMission! Clinical trials: what a fascinating area, especially in this day and age! Your ambitions in the space are admirable – what you’ll want to make clear in your application, though, is how an MBA will help you advance within the field of CT operations based on what will be expected of you in more senior roles (aside from, of course, leading large teams – the MBA will certainly give you the leadership skills for that). But I like a lot of aspects of your profile – solid GPA in a very challenging major, your longstanding track record of extracurricular leadership, and the distinctive nature of your background and career goals. With a well- executed application in which you …

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  • Stratus Admissions Counseling | Odds Assessment: 50%

    Mr. Clinical Trial Ops – Thanks for posting your profile! Susan Cera here from Stratus.

    I really like your profile for IU-Kelley. Your longer work experience will enable you to bring a unique perspective to classroom discussions. You have strong engagement outside of your work and your military stint will be honored.

    It will be imperative that you indicate why you need an MBA and why NOW is the right time for you to get it. What are the areas you need to focus on during business school that will set you up for success in your future roles and how can IU-Kelley, specifically, help you to address them.

    I think you will find success at IU-Kelley. Given your interest in the healthcare space and in supply …

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  • 100% | 9 months ago

    You'll probably get in, but why do you want an MBA?
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