Three From Pitt Named Forbes ‘30 Under 30’

Three University of Pittsburgh-affiliated researchers were named to Forbes magazine’s 2019 “30 Under 30” list.

The list features 600 business and entrepreneurial leaders from 20 industries, including healthcare, energy, art and education, among others.

The following from Pitt were named to this year’s list: Inmaculada Hernandez, assistant professor in the School of Pharmacy, for her work in drug pricing research; Shinjini Kundu, a biomedical engineering graduate from Pitt’s Medical Scientist Training Program for developing new technology to analyze medical images and detect disease using artificial intelligence; and Coleman Stavish (A&S ’16), chief technology officer and co-founder of Proscia, a company that uses artificial intelligence to speed up pathology tests for cancer patients.

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