MBA Students Help Secure 3rd Place in Emory Global Health Case Competition
A team of students from the University of Miami took 3rd place at Emory University's 2015 Global Health Case Competition hosted in March. Out of 24 schools invited to compete, the University of Miami team secured their ranking over other top schools including Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, and Dartmouth College.
The Emory Global Health Case Competition is a unique opportunity for students in higher education to come together to promote awareness of and develop innovative solutions for 21st century global health issues. Students across all disciplines are invited from U.S. and international universities to compete annually.
University of Miami team members included:
- Erica Nicole Barrios (MD/MBA)
- Ricardo Freyre (MBA)
- Corey Gregg (MD/MPH)
- Phi Ho (MD/MBA)
- Sebastian Rivera (MD/MBA)
- Andrew Willert (MBA)