From the 2015 News Archive
Four Students Named "Leaders of Tomorrow"
Innovate. Disrupt. Lead. That was the message given to 50 graduate students, post-docs and young biotech researchers and executives at the first annual Leaders of Tomorrow Summit on March 31. The day-long session of interactive seminars—plus an “innovation challenge” for an interdisciplinary team of participants to solve—was held in conjunction with the Maryland Regional Biotech Forum at Medimmune in Gaithersburg, MD,
Michael Vinluan, MD is a second year evening student who wants to focus on how law and medicine can advance together. A member of the American College of Legal Medicine and the Food and Drug Law Institute, he is currently interning at the Food and Drug Administration.
Third-year student Sean Gugerty comes from a family of health professionals, and prior to coming to law school, worked for two years at a health informatics consulting company specializing in electronic medical record adoption and implementation. After graduation, he will clerk for the Hon. Sherrie R. Bailey in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County.
Andrew Geltman, a third-year student who works as a government affairs graduate fellow for Merck & Co. Inc., is an editor on the Journal of Health Care Law & Policy and interested in the intersection of politics, government, and law.
Third-year student Phi Vu has over 10 years of professional experience in U.S. government, private industry, and academic research organizations. He is currently working in the Department of Defense’s Joint Project Management Office for Medical Countermeasures Systems, providing policy and acquisition management for DOD’s Chemical and Biological Defense Program.
Vinluan, Guerty and Geltman are students in the nationally-ranked Law & Health Care Program. Vu is co-president of the Maryland Intellectual Property Student Association.