Biomedical Business Club

TBBC - 2018

The Tufts Biomedical Business Club (TBBC) is an active, business-oriented organization of scientists and physician scientists.

Our mission is to cultivate business leaders in health and life sciences. We bring in amazing speakers from across the biotech sector that broaden the business literacy of our members and encourage them to seek further professional development. We want to continue to bring a diverse and current perspective to the Sackler community that will be valuable both now and in the future.

To further this mission, the TBBC LinkedIn group has been formed to connect its members to each other and to the biotech and business networks at large. Tufts professors, physicians, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and any other interested parties are all welcome to join our organization. We welcome contacts and can facilitate introductions upon request.

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TBBC sponsors several seminars throughout the year covering topics in consulting, entrepreneurship, intellectual property and much more.

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Get involved with TBBC!

We are looking for Event Coordinators, Marketing Coordinators, Writer/Guest Bloggers, Photographers, and a Website Developer.

If you're interested, email with your resume and the position(s) that interest you! Send an e-mail

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This year, 45 new students, selected from over 600 applicants, joined Sackler.


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