We asked some of the top young healthcare entrepreneurs in America for their advice - here's what they said
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Healthcare is not an easy field to break into as an entrepreneur. Beyond the operations of business, a grasp on complex science and tech is also needed.
This year's spotlighted members of Forbes' 30 under 30 list for healthcare is diverse in both interests and in age. The youngest entrepreneur clocks in at only 18.
Business Insider asked these healthcare superstars what advice they would have wanted to hear when they were first starting out. Here's what a few of them told us.
Megan Blewett, 29, is an associate at Venrock
Inmaculada Hernandez, 28, is an assistant professor of pharmacy and therapeutics at the University of Pittsburgh's school of pharmacy
Adegoke Olubusi, 25, is a co-founder of Helium Health
Eric Frieman, 27, is a co-founder of VFR Healthcare
Erin Smith, 18, is the founder of FacePrint
Kyle Loh, 25, is the assistant professor of developmental biology at Stanford University
Sukrit Silas, 29, is the co-founder of BillionToOne
Marinna Madrid, 28, is a co-founder of Cellino Bio
Stan Wang, 29, is a co-founder of Cellino Biotech
Joy Wolfram, 29, is an assistant professor at Mayo Clinic
Abdullah Feroze, 29, is a resident physician in neurosurgery at UW Medicine and Seattle Children’s Hospital