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THE JACKSON LABORATORY
Founded in 1929, The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) is an independent, nonprofit biomedical research institution with more than 1,800 employees who are passionate about our mission: to discover precise genomic solutions for disease and empower the global biomedical community in the shared quest to improve human health.
3M Health Information Systems
3M Health Information Systems (HIS) is a subdivision of 3M, one of the world's largest organizations with over 90,000 employees globally. Founded relatively recently, 3M HIS provides solutions in over 20 countries and 7,500 hospitals worldwide, and is the global leader in coding, classification, grouping, and performance management software and consulting services in healthcare.
Charles River Associates
Charles River Associates is a leading global consulting firm that offers economic, financial, and strategic expertise to major law firms, corporations, accounting firms, and governments around the world. Charles River Associates’ Life Sciences practice is one of the leading life sciences consultancies worldwide, with over 175 consultants exclusively dedicated to life sciences across 20 global offices. For more than 25 years, life science companies, law firms, and regulatory agencies around the globe have turned to CRA's life sciences consultants when they need clarity and solutions to the industry’s most complex issues.
Synpulse Management Consultants
Synpulse is an established, globally active management consulting company. Since its formation in 1996, Synpulse has offered its clients excellent solutions, enabling them to generate high added value. Our health care practice specializes in genomics and healthcare innovation management for payers, providers, and the like. We operate as a global team and pride ourselves in delivering quality solutions across the project value chain, from strategy definition to implementation. Our high standards and client-centric approach have been consistently praised by our renowned clients and validated by the successes that we help them attain.
Yale Center for Biomedical Innovation & Technology (CBIT)
The Yale University Center for Biomedical Innovation and Technology (CBIT) is an interdisciplinary initiative to foster greater innovation in medical technology. It is a consortium of engineers, clinicians, scientists, innovators and entrepreneurs to help incubate, support, implement, and potentially bring to market novel technical approaches to address under-met clinical needs. CBIT helps students, staff, and faculty commercialize biomedical ideas.
Yale Graduate & Professional Student Senate (GPSS)
The mission of GPSS is to foster interaction among students through community service, social gatherings, academic and professional events, as well as to enable official and unofficial student groups. The Senate also represents the graduate and professional student population on official university committees and oversees the management and maintenance of GPSCY and Gryphon’s Pub.