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2015 Kellogg Biotech & Healthcare Case Competition Photos

Chicago Booth wins First Prize at 2015 Biotech case competition
Chicago Booth claimed the first place $5,000 prize. The participants Clement Pimor (AbbVie), Jonas de Souza, Lindsay Davis, Barry Sandall, Jason Lipes and Tim Calkins (Kellogg) Photo © Jennifer Whitley

UC Berkeley Haas
Second place winners from UC Berkeley, Haas, Team Oski Global Health. The participants Jennifer Sisto, Clement Pimor (AbbVie), Shadie Andraos, Tim Calkins (Kellogg), Maurice Hagin, Lina Borgo and not pictured Grace Lesser. Photo © Jennifer Whitley

Cornell Johnson Graduate School of Management Third Place winners
Third place winners from Cornell, Johnson Graduate School of Management. The participants, Ray Wong, Arjun Iyengar, Christine Kwong, Clement Pimor (AbbVie), John Hui, Yas Imanishi and Tim Calkins (Kellogg). Photo © Jennifer Whitley

Dartmouth Tuck School of Business
Dartmouth, Tuck School of Business earned honorable mention. Participants Rex Atwood, Bryan Pyfer, Clement Pimor (AbbVie), Katherin Endress, Ayobami Olufadeji, Atang Gilika and Tim Calkins (Kellogg)Photo © Jennifer Whitley

Kellogg School of management
Kellogg “CDGSS” earned honorable mention. Participants Clement Pimor (AbbVie), Jeff Darragh, Morgan Clyburn, Grant Senyei, Greg Shipman and Tim Calkins (Kellogg)Photo © Jennifer Whitley

Professor Leemore Dafny
Leemore Dafny, Professor of Strategy, Herman Smith Research Professor in Hospital and Health Services, and the Director, Health Enterprise Management, gave the welcoming remarks to all the teams.Photo © Jennifer Whitley

Clement Pimor Vice President of Corporate Strategic Planning at AbbVie
Clement Pimor, Vice President, Corporate Strategic Planning at AbbVie, and competition judge addressing the participants during the debrief. Photo © Jennifer Whitley

Tim Calkins Clinical Professor of Marketing
Tim Calkins, Clinical Professor of Marketing, debriefing the case after all the teams presented. Photo © Jennifer Whitley