Dr. Anna Stevens
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Harvard Medical School / MIT
reading, Pharma/ Medtech R&D strategy, biking, shopping
I grew up in Kansas and spent most of my youth on the farm where we raised beef cattle, wheat and had a few milking goats. I went to school where I did a fair amount of research in life sciences and chemistry. I did an internship in surgery/ortho and then spent some time doing consulting in NYC where I primarily focused on pharma and medtech strategy before starting in the Yale EM program.
Toxicology (toxicologic chemistry, analytical biochemistry, outcomes research), healthcare policy.
Favorite activities in New Haven:
Moving in and exploring the area.
Why Yale’s Emergency Medicine Program:
The overall experience at Yale appeals to me. Yale New Haven Hospital treats a diverse population and diverse needs making it a great place to train in Emergency Medicine and to have impact. Additionally, as a very strong academic program, and therefore provides me the opportunity to explore research interests and possibly pursue a career academic medicine. Finally the collegiality and teaching environment offers an opportunity to learn and to grow.