INSEAD, Fontainebleau – INSEAD Healthcare Management Initiative

INSEAD is one of the world’s leading business schools, ranked in the top 5 in the world by the most recent Financial Times MBA ranking. It has campuses in France, Singapore and Abu Dhabi, and has MBA, EMBA, PhD degrees and is a leader in executive education. Annually, INSEAD graduates approximately 1000 MBA students, 100+ EMBA students, hosts 6000+ executives, and has 50 PhD students. Its Fontainebleau campus is well equipped for both onsite and distance learning, as well as management and entrepreneurship research. INSEAD Healthcare Management Initiative is at the forefront of novel trial design in clinical practice.

Involved researchers:

Stephen Chick is Professor of Technology and Operations Management and Novartis Chair of Healthcare Management at INSEAD. His research is in the area of mathematical modelling of infectious diseases, stochastic optimization with applications to simulation modelling and health technology assessment, process design management and improvement, and operations strategy. He is department editor of the Simulation area of the flagship journal Operations Research and has served in every elected office position for the INFORMS Simulation Society.

Bill Magill PhD is the Director of the Science Entrepreneurship Initiative in the Rudolf and Valeria Maag INSEAD Centre for Entrepreneurship (ICE), where he also teaches courses in technology commercialization, fundraising, and private equity. His research is in the area of entrepreneurial achievement and the factors that reinforce success. Bill has been working with technology innovation internationally for more than 30 years and invested in startup companies in the US, Europe and Israel as a Silicon Valley venture capitalist. He has also worked as a Wall Street equities analyst and market research consultant.