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Amber Nigam

Co-founder and CEO

Amber brings a diverse range of experience (aggregate of more than 10 years) in domains like entrepreneurship, data science, health-tech, and ed-tech. He is a master’s candidate at Harvard’s Health Data Science program and began with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. He formerly co-founded an ed-tech startup, kydots[dot]ai, where he led tech and operations teams as the co-founder and CTO of the company. He is an Associate Director at the largest entrepreneurship club in Harvard (Harvard GSAS Business Club), where he is responsible for helping founders in strategy and pitching (the ideas to the investors) across the Harvard ecosystem. 

Amber's interests and work are grounded in applied data science. For instance, he has been a module instructor at MIT for the course “Collaborative Data Science for Healthcare”. He has published three patents and his work has been published at some of the top AI conferences like NeurIPS and ACL and by publishers like Springer and Lancet.

He is motivated about working on ideas that bring about positive change in society and scalable technical solutions.

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Jie Sun

Co-founder and COO

Jie Sun’s career has been rooted in healthcare for the past 8 years. She has a unique blend of experiences in healthcare consulting, pharma, and hospitals. Previously, she worked in both Singapore and France, managing the strategic medical business of Pierre Fabre in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, and Indonesia. Jie has also worked in the data science and AI operations in Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Mass General Hospital. The broad exposure in the agency, pharma, and provider side of healthcare equips her with the ability to translate healthcare needs into business and data science questions.

 

Jie has a BS in Statistics from National University of Singapore, and she is currently pursuing an MS in Health Data Science at Harvard School of Public Health. She is a presenter at the Women in Data Science (WiDS) conference at Cambridge, jointly organized by Harvard, MIT, Stanford, and Microsoft. Jie has also published on disease modeling and clinical trials in journals including the Lancet.

Jie is passionate about creating impact through designing better healthcare solutions.