My original path in healthcare was spent at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, in my Anesthesia residency after I received my MD degree at Rush Medical College in Chicago. After some time, I was interested in switching out of clinical medicine and learning more about the business side of healthcare and wanted to understand the perspectives of different sizes and types of biopharma companies. After many informative and connective interviews with some Lumanity team members, I decided to make the jump and was happy to experience the personalized care that the company culture was known for, even in the interview process.
Making the switch from a clinical MD to a senior associate consultant was exciting and applicable. In one of my first client projects, my team and I needed to conduct primary market research on a drug in hematology. My experience working in clinical medicine provided my team with insight into how the operating room and intensive care units work, which helped shape our research. It has been a great experience working with supportive, brilliant, and humble colleagues, making this transition into client work a breeze.
I’ve continually been appreciative of our culture’s emphasis on teamwork, not only with client work but also in the growth of the company. I was given the opportunity to lead a team of new hires during the summer recruitment process, which helped me develop my leadership and team management skills. It was rewarding to see the intern on my team accept an offer to return full-time, a testament to the positive experience they had while working with the company. Overall, I am thrilled to be a part of Lumanity and look forward to seeing what the future holds.
About the Author
Anne Marie Vogt, MD is a consultant at Lumanity. Her project experience ranges from early asset opportunity assessments and indication prioritizations to commercial strategy development and brand planning. Her functional project expertise includes competitive intelligence, competitive landscape assessment, qualitative and quantitative primary market research, and opportunity assessments. She has expertise across a range of therapeutic areas, including oncology, dermatology, hematology, and rare autoimmune and neuromuscular disorders.
Previously, Anne Marie was a part of Clarion Healthcare, now part of Lumanity, and received her MD from Rush Medical College and conducted clinical research at Brigham and Women’s Crohn’s and Colitis Center. Anne Marie attended undergrad at the University of Notre Dame where she received her BS in Pre-Professional Sciences and Poverty Studies. Outside the office, Anne Marie enjoys yoga, biking, and reading mystery novels.