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Anjali Kannangath is a Life Sciences graduate from Yale-NUS College, and is interested in healthcare from a broad and interdisciplinary perspective. She is passionate about the intersections between technology and health, and has worked in data science with Holmusk, a digital health startup, and conducted a thesis on the heterogeneity in the genomes of patients diagnosed with anaplastic astrocytoma. She is currently in the healthcare consulting space, where she has worked as an intern for Deloitte and is currently a Senior Analyst at EIU Healthcare.

Through BCS, she wishes to create opportunities for scientific outreach and promote active participation in the wider biotech ecosystem in Singapore. Outside of work, Anjali plays badminton and spends an obscene amount of time disturbing her cat.

Biotech Connection Singapore (BCS) is part of an international network of non-profit organizations, that aims to promote the transfer of ideas from theory to real world applications by providing a platform for fostering interaction between academia, industry and businesses.