Alumni Spotlight: Varun Govil

What inspired you to pursue a Master of Translational Medicine degree?

What are you currently working on? How has what you learned in the MTM contributed to your work?

Epinoma was accepted into Y-combinator 2021 summer batch and received advisement from the renowned Dr. George Church.

What was your capstone project and how did it prepare you for your current role?

Varun with his two Epinoma co-founders.

How has the MTM degree prepared you for leadership?

Varun and most of his cohort, the MTM Class of 2021, at commencement.

What advice do you have for someone considering the MTM program?

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Master of Translational Medicine - UCB & UCSF

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