"Our team of experts is one of sciVelo’s key differentiators, and they receive the benefit of professional development and growth. sciVelo provides team members with versatility beyond the niche of their professional or graduate degrees to propel their careers forward and achieve success.”Let’s take a closer look into the top talent that sciVelo fosters by learning more about former sciVelo Commercial Translation Associate, Bradley Campbell, PhD.
Don Taylor, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Commercial Translation in the Health Sciences
"I learned quite a lot in that role. In combining my scientific background and transferable skills with mentorship from sciVelo leadership including Kathrin Gassei, PhD, and Andrew Brown, PhD, I successfully acquired the commercialization know-how to advance translational research projects.”The sciVelo model intends to help team members propel their careers from the University in areas that they otherwise would likely not have directly reached. For Campbell, this time is now. He will advance his career to Cognizant Technology Solution’s Business Consulting as Senior Consultant in the Life Science Group. Campbell aims to continue honing his commercial translation skills to later fulfill his aspirations of leading a venture capital firm for life science and healthcare start-up technologies. “My career advancement to Cognizant would not have been possible without Pitt sciVelo,” Campbell explains. “sciVelo has provided first-hand learning opportunities at various points along the commercialization path and have equipped me with tools and confidence to excel at Cognizant.” Campbell has been an asset to the Pitt sciVelo team in his tenure, serving as project lead for various early-stage translational research projects pitched to the Center for Commercial Applications of Healthcare Data for funding. Campbell has had the opportunity to work many stages of commercial translational from ideation to commercialization, such as problem statement development and market analysis. As Bradley looks forward to his bright future, the sciVelo team reflects on Campbell’s achievements and contributions. “We’re very proud of Bradley’s accomplishments at sciVelo and are confident in his upcoming success with Cognizant,” Taylor said. “He departs sciVelo as a commercial translation associate having led numerous Center for Commercial Applications of Healthcare Data and Pitt Innovation Challenge (PInCh) project teams to successful funding.” The sciVelo cycle of attracting and retaining top talent continues to advance Pitt’s translational research mission and the career mission of our team members.
Bradley Campbell, PhD