As an MCiM student, you will learn from and network with exceptionally accomplished and diverse professionals and thought leaders in medicine, business, and technology.

Chelsea Ye

Chelsea graduated from Duke University with a major in Evolutionary Anthropology and a minor in Global Health.

She has been working at the life sciences company, Verily, for the past two years as a Study Innovations and Operations Program Manager. Prior to working at Verily, Chelsea worked on the Research Program Management team at 23andMe and has worked as a clinical research coordinator at Stanford and Duke. In her free time she enjoys live music, walks across the Golden Gate Bridge and traveling for new experiences. She is excited to join the diverse MCiM community and gain a deeper understanding of the healthcare technology landscape.

MCiM has given me the skills to have a deeper understanding of business practices and how to approach complex business problems with a more technical eye. Through courses like Principles of Business Strategy, Corporate Finance and Leading and Managing Healthcare I have taken away frameworks and models that undoubtedly will enable me to be a better business leader in the future.



MCiM students are proven leaders and emerging leaders in settings ranging from tech start-ups to health systems in the Bay Area and beyond. Members of this professionally, demographically, and culturally diverse cohort will be at different stages of their lives and careers, lending depth to your learning experience and fostering the communication and teambuilding skills the marketplace rewards. 

What you will share with your MCiM peers is a desire to acquire additional foundational skills and knowledge at the intersection of medicine, business, and technology. You will work closely with Stanford faculty whose expertise across clinical business and informatics is fundamental to understanding and driving the transformation of health care and care delivery. 

MCiM ultimately offers a learning experience that is uniquely Stanford: The close interaction among Stanford faculty and MCiM students serves to galvanize innovative solutions to health care’s challenges and to extend professional networks across industries, disciplines, and areas of expertise.