Curious about the skills you'll need to be successful in different types of careers after you graduate? If so, then you are invited to the Biomedical Graduate Education Career Options Seminars (COS). In this series, we invite professionals in a variety of science industry, policy, and research positions. Come learn about the work they do, the skills their positions require, and how they made their transition from Georgetown to their new professional role. This month’s seminar is a joint seminar hosted by Quorum Consulting, a San Francisco-based healthcare consulting firm. They will tell you about the healthcare consulting industry and how to get in!  

Date: Monday, February 13, 2017
Location: Medical-Dental Building: SW 107


Jacob Graham, MBS
Strategic Product Planning
Quorum Consulting

Mr. Graham works with clients to identify and demonstrate the value of life science innovation to influence product adoption across key stakeholders. His expertise spans the entire product life cycle, from market research and strategy development to clinical study design and pricing.

Chance Scott, MBS
Associate Director, Strategic Product Development
Quorum Consulting

Mr. Chance Scott supports client engagements by providing expertise across the commercialization continuum. He works with clients to develop a top-down strategy through evidence development, KOL engagement, and identifying customer drivers and barriers to product utilization.

Space is limited so reserve your spot Here.

We will try our best to vary the day and time of the monthly seminar, as we know that course schedules will often conflict. Your coursework is your utmost responsibility so to ensure that you have access to the seminar material, a COS Reporter will take notes at each seminar and write a report that I will make available to anyone who wants it. You can find the reports HERE.  However, I strongly encourage all who can attend to take advantage of this unique opportunity to network with the speaker and to meet other BGE students who have similar career goals as you!

If you’d like to join the COS Editorial Board as a COS Reporter for this seminar, please email me at for your assignment. Many policy, marketing and science writing managers often assess your lay language written communication skills before making their hiring decisions. These types of reports are great to develop and showcase those skills!