HTC Team Lead
Jocelyn graduated from Duke University with a degree in Biomedical Engineering and Electrical/Computer Engineering after interning in the pharmaceutical industry for Amgen. She worked for Plexus Corp as an Electrical Engineer, designing hardware for medical devices before moving on to Project Management. As a Project Manager, Jocelyn led teams of 20+ engineers to design and launch medical devices, including surgical visualization platforms, rapid PCR diagnostics, and blood analyzers, for customers around the globe. Now, she is looking to further her career in healthcare by bringing her passion for health equity and international strategy to management roles in the industry.
Anshul is an entrepreneur having co-founded a pharmaceutical company in India. This company focused on the marketing and distribution of finished dose formulations both in India and on a global level. Additionally, Anshul has worked in the start-up ecosystem in India, having worked with Stanford Angels and Anthill Ventures to help identify and scale early-stage start-ups. Prior to his career, Anshul studied Economics and the University of Exeter.
Elena completed her Bachelor in Biomedicine at Imperial College in 2022; as part of her degree, she did a 6-month placement at Sixfold Bioscience, a biotech company with over >50mn in fundraising, where she recommended a market entry strategy for their novel RNA technology. After university, she worked at a leading European private bank with over 100bn in assets under management for a year, where she created a healthcare investment strategy for private banking clients. Passionate about bridging the gap between healthcare and finance, Elena aims to find better ways to finance biopharma innovation.
Rakesh is a Healthcare Scholar MBA 2025. He is an ENT surgeon by training with a longstanding involvement in healthtech and healthcare management. He is an Included VC Fellow 2023, NHS England Clinical Entrepreneur since 2017 and an assessor for the NHS Innovation Accelerator. He has collaborated alongside healthtech companies including Mindstep, Tympahealth and Ambu. In his surgical career, he has delivered presentations at 21 international/national conferences (winner of 5 awards), published 12 research articles, mentored doctors on 20 teaching courses and directed 3 national teaching courses as well as co-founding an award-winning global surgery initiative in Sierra Leone.
Yu graduated from the University of Tokyo in Japan with a Bachelor of Economics. Prior to the MBA, he worked at Nippon Life Insurance Company as an actuary and asset manager. As an actuary, he analyzed data about life insurance accidents and calculated the expected profit and entailing risk of each life insurance product. As an asset manager, he decided on a long-term investment policy by optimizing the balance of risk and return. Now, he wants to change his role to business development through CVC and is interested in the healthcare industry.
Global Outreach Lead
Tahseen is a medical doctor with an MPH from Harvard. She has global experience in healthcare, having trained and worked in the US, UK and South Africa. Her skills span across the health care sector from clinical frontline work to supporting industry and SMEs. Tahseen is currently based in London and she serves as a Senior Innovation Manager within the strategy directorate at Imperial College Health Partners. Tahseen is also a visiting lecturer at UCL business school for healthcare and Bitelab’s. Her unique blend of medical expertise and cutting-edge public health knowledge fuels her role as a catalyst for healthcare 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. DUring his time in LBS, he was also a NHS Fellow who was engaged on a pro-bono engagement with Northwick Park Hospital, interned with Avegen Health (a digital health platform startup by LBS alumni) and with Anya by LatchAid (an AI companion application backed by Dan Cobley, ex Google CEO), he also led MScan (an affordable medical device manufacturer in Uganda) to win the Humans to Humans accelerator program. He is now also the Co-president of LBS Impact Investing Fund focusing on reforming the fund and scale up. He holds an Bsc in Maths with Economics from University College London
In his spare time, Hung loves football, gaming, travelling, and exploring local culture and food.
Prior to joining LBS, Zeenat worked as a Strategy Consultant at Strategy&. She has over 5 years of consulting experience, working with global healthcare clients on various commercial strategy projects. She is passionate about the healthcare sector, particularly the accessibility of life saving treatments.