Kelley MBA’s lend their expertise to the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute as a part of the W579 Life Sciences Research Practicum
Apr 26, 2013Kelley MBA Students Evan Dickerson, Kevin Mayo, David Choi, Munish Chhabra and Jason Chen added the W579 Life Sciences Research Practicum to their experience at Kelley by working on two collaborative projects with the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI). This 1.5 credit hour independent study course facilitated by George Telthorst, Director of the CBLS, gives students the opportunity to work with clinical and translational researchers to provide business oriented recommendations for operating and marketing their core areas. In addition to the groups at Kelley-Bloomington, Kelley MBA’s from the Kelley-Indianapolis campus collaborated with the Indiana CTSI under the direction of Mohan Tatikonda, Professor and Research Co-director for the CBLS. For more information specifically about the projects and the Indiana CTSI please see the CTSI website.