Dr. Freya Svedberg-Keating
Freya is a research scientist who completed her Bachelor of Science from the University of Edinburgh in Biological Sciences, with honours in Immunology. Funded by AstraZeneca, she then gained her PhD in Immunology at the University of Manchester. Prior to the MBA, Freya was a postdoctoral research fellow at the VIB in Belgium where she has been studying tissue repair with a focus on the role of the immune system in liver regeneration.
Freya is passionate about innovation and the translation of discoveries from lab to market
Zeenat is a Forte Fellow and LBS 30% Club Scholar. Prior to joining LBS, she was a Strategy Consultant at Strategy&. She has over 5 years of consulting experience, working with global healthcare clients on various commercial strategy projects. She completed her BSc in Geography and Economics from Queen Mary, Universty of London
Markella is a professional and UK-registered pharmacist. She completed her Pharmacy degree at University College London in 2016. Prior to joining LBS, she was based in Belgium working for 4+ years in the Animal Health and Nutrition industry, with activities in over 70 countries, and realising roles from Product Strategy & Business Development to Technical Operations and Innovation
Pham Viet Hung
Hung is a former Strategy& Manager with 5+ years of engagement experience across 5+ countries in South East Asia, Middle East, and Africa. Most notably, he was a part of the team who built growth strategy for a top 50 global university and healthcare centre (top 10 in Asia), as well as various strategy, CDD, and operating model design for pharma/healthcare clients. With LBS, he was also a NHS Fellow who was engaged on a pro-bono engagement with Northwick Park Hospital. He holds an Bsc in Maths with Economics from University College London
Kota graduated from Sophia University in Japan with a Bachelor in Information and Communication Science. Prior to the MBA, he worked at Mitsubishi Corporation. He was seconded to an Indian automotive production and distribution subsidiary for four years as a head of the Product Planning Department, visiting the Indian market to obtain market insights, creating various new models with his team and other departments, and proposing new schemes to enhance sales
Daniela graduated from Fundação Getulio Vargas in Brazil with a Bachelor’s in Business. Prior to the MBA, she worked for 5+ years as corporate finance at Johnson & Johnson’s three sectors: MedTech, Pharmaceuticals and Consumer Health Goods. Throughout the sectors, Daniela had finance roles focused on planning & analytics, innovation projects and business partnering
The Institute’s mission is to have a profound impact on the way the world does business, and the way business impacts the world, by inspiring innovators and entrepreneurs and equipping them with the expertise and insight to drive growth. They also help organisations and businesses leaders by developing talented people and creating a global knowledge community. Their work focuses on the four pillars of research and activity, viz, developing brave new workplace, redesigning services, transforming lives through entrepreneurship and through enriching the entrepreneur’s journey.
The Healthcare Club is a student organisation that aims to promote all aspects of the healthcare sector, including digital health, the pharmaceutical industry, biotechnology, medical devices, and healthcare provision. With over 1900 student, alumni & faculty members, the club is one of the most active professional societies on campus. Our members come from a wide range of backgrounds including entrepreneurship, industry, consulting, banking, venture capital & private equity. The Club's objectives are to create Educational, Networking, and Recruitment opportunities for its members, and to promote London Business School as a hub for healthcare.