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David M. Chacko

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA B.S., Business Administration & B.A., Biology, University Valedictorian, Phi Beta Kappa, 2004 Oxford University, Oxford, U.K. M.Phil., Economic and Social History, Marshall Scholar, 2006

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

M.D. Candidate, Gamble Scholar, 2011

An opportunity to integrate my clinical and business expertise to provide strategic leadership in the health care industry.

SR One, Conshohocken, PA Intern, 2010-Present

Evaluating new investment opportuni- ties across multiple therapeutic areas. Performing scientific, management, and financial diligence on companies.

McKinsey & Company, Los Angeles, CA Summer Associate, Summer 2010 Conducted in-depth diagnostic study of market share loss for large medical products provider. Recommended operational improvements and sales force realignment to increase customer satisfaction.

Hope Group International, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA Founder and President, 2005-Present Founded international non-profit organization to fund-raise for medical NGOs in rural India. Raised more than $16,000 from individual donors and institutions for cardiac monitors, blood bank machines and surgical equipment.

Morgan Stanley, Los Angeles, CA Summer Analyst, Summer 2005 Conducted in-depth financial valuation and research in retail, manufacturing and gaming industries.

Amgen, Thousand Oaks, CA Intern, Summer 2004, 2006 Quantified impact of Medicare reimbursement changes on Amgen’s products. Recommended altering marketing strategy to mitigate Amgen’s economic exposure.

An opportunity to analyze and invest in health care companies or strategies.

SAC Capital (Sigma Capital Management), New York City, NY Summer Research Analyst, Summer 2010 Fundamentally analyzed health care equities across the device, medical technology, services and IT industries to determine long and short invest- ment ideas. Pitched companies in the dental, clinical diagnostics and services segments. Developed a screening system for the 250 companies under coverage to identify companies with anomalous trading behavior.

Medtronic Cardiovascular, Santa Rosa, CA

Summer Leadership Development Rotation Associate, Summer 2010 Developed the sales channel integra- tion strategy for the Cardiovascular business of the $500M Invatec acquisition. Collaborated closely with senior management across Medtronic globally to optimize strategy and bring about consensus.

Siemens Venture Capital, Boston, MA Investment Associate, 2008-2009 Investment Analyst, 2006-2008 Determined the investment potential of 30 business opportunities monthly in the U.S., Europe, China, India and Israel. Invested $18M in 6 investments and returned $35M in 3 exits. Executed the fund’s first investment in China. Led the due diligence process includ- ing creating valuation models, negotiating investment terms and calculating exit scenarios. Worked with executive teams of portfolio companies to resolve strategic issues.

An opportunity to provide and advance clinical medicine on all levels of care delivery.

University of Pennsylvania Health System, Philadelphia, PA

Information Systems Intern, Summer 2010 Responsible for the design, configura- tion and implementation of a customized cancer staging module for the enterprise ambulatory electronic medical record system of UPHS.

Project Medishare, Cite Soleil, Haiti Warehouse Support Staff, Summer 2010 Directed cataloging and installation of crucial medical supplies in relief organization’s off-site warehouse in Cite Soleil, tripling ICU capacity and doubling PACU capacity. Instructed local warehouse staff on function of basic medical supplies, ensuring sustainable and reliable delivery of essential supplies.

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Student Government, Philadelphia, PA President, 2006-Present

Presided over all meetings of the Legislative Body, Executive Committee, and Academic Programs. Restructured monthly meeting to facilitate officer participation and communication; increased student organization, social and academic programming. Initiated adoption of technological resources to streamline school operations. Oversaw annual budget for class body; developed online reimbursement system for forty student organizations. Directed the design and sale of more than $10,000 in school merchandise; increased revenue by more than 200% to fund student programming.

Edward K. Chan Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD B.S., With Departmental and Engineering Honors, Biomedical Engineering, Minor in Entrepreneurship and Management, 2005

Christopher P. Chen Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ B.A., Highest Honors,

Cell Biology/Neuroscience, 2006

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA M.D. Candidate, 2011


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