T’Keyah Johnson is the Graduate Program Coordinator for IBMS, and is responsible for student recruitment, advising and program administration. T’Keyah received her BS in Financial Planning from Virginia Commonwealth University, and is currently working on her M.Ed from Tiffin University.
Amani Mallory is a IBMS Biomedical Enterprise Master’s Student. She has a B.S., Biological Sciences from GSU and was a researcher in Dr. Kang’s influenza and respiratory syncytial virus.
Anika Tahsin recently completed her master’s in Biomedical Enterprise at Georgia State University where she also worked as a GRA (Graduate Research Assistant) and analyzed the probability of miRNAs being a mediator in the interaction between the host intestine and fecal microbiota. Anika has been exposed to the general pharmaceutical operational and strategic system overview by the renowned company UCB Pharma through coursework. She also served as a Patient Value Intern at UCB over the summer of 2018 as well. During the internship, Anika worked on her own research review project, along with gaining exposure to regulatory, compliance, and market access related activities.
Anika has experience in conducting organizational entrepreneurship innovation and customer experience and customer value improvement course projects. She obtained skills in basic microbial laboratory techniques – such as bacterial cell cultures in liquid and solid media, histology, genotyping, and PCR operation. She has two years of combined working experience in research environment in a biophysics and a biology lab.
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