Sneha is a fourth year medical student at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Sneha earned a BS in economics from Duke University in 2012, and she graduated with an MBA from Harvard Business School last year. Her research and publications focus on healthcare economics, value based care, and innovation in healthcare.
During her time at Harvard Business School, Sneha worked for Moderna Therapeutics in their corporate strategy and portfolio prioritization division. Most recently, she led a national study on Chief Innovation Officers at healthcare systems across the United States in collaboration with a team from Harvard, Duke, and Russell Reynolds Associates. During her time in medical school she has served as the National Chair of Long Range Planning for the American Medical Association Medical Student Section, where she led a team of ten members in redesigning organizational strategy and developing programming for the general membership surrounding the future of medicine and innovations on the horizon.
Sneha is committed to melding her clinical and business background to further transformational innovation in healthcare. She will be pursuing a residency in Internal Medicine next year.Back To Team