MSL Student Cristina Craig (MSL ’20) Discusses Using Artificial Intelligence to Help Bring Pharmaceuticals to Market

I wrote the following piece for my class last term, “Assessing Artificial Intelligence and Computational Technologies,” which was taught by Professor Daniel Linna. In class, we identified and assessed business opportunities and societal risks/benefits associated with AI. We were assigned to write a short essay styled as a blog post on a topic related to […]

#MSLGoesSocial Week Highlights

Earlier this year, we held the first-ever MSL Goes Social Week, which included a number of activities designed to increase external awareness of the MSL program. One component of the week was a student-inspired social outreach campaign, during which MSL students, faculty, alumni, and staff used social media channels to share thoughts about the MSL […]

MSL Student Keerti Tadimeti on the Impact of COVID-19 on Underserved Populations in America

“COVID-19 May Have a Disproportionately Heavy Toll on Underserved, At-Risk, and Vulnerable Patient Populations.”   While a vast majority of the U.S. population have started working from home and have emptied stores while stockpiling for social distancing, there’s a large group of underserved communities who aren’t able to do this, and thus are at a […]

MSL Students Participate in Northwestern Hackathon

This past February, Northwestern held the first-ever NU Health Hacks healthcare hackathon at Feinberg’s McGaw Pavilion and the new Simpson Querrey Biomedical Research Center. The inaugural event brought Northwestern Pritzker law students together with students from the Feinberg School of Medicine, the Kellogg School of Management, the McCormick School of Engineering, and the Weinberg College […]