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Keisha Thomas

Keisha Thomas

Corporate Development Specialist

Actinium Pharmaceuticals

New York, NY

I am a scientist turned business development manager for an emerging biotech company. I benefit from having management consulting experience, in addition to a strong analytical background.




Excellent Communicator, Creative Problem Solver, Strategic Thinker, Self-starter

Super interested in venture capital, startups and new innovative technologies

I aim to eventually hold a decision making position, which would enable me to assist promising early-stage technologies to market.


Program Director

KiiLN is a virtual incubator, specifically targeted to the life sciences industry. I oversee and direct operations of the virtual incubator and function as the interface between clients and experts.


Healthcare Management Consulting Company


Provided insights to pharma/ biotech clients that address key pricing and market assess questions.


Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Founder and Managing Director - Entrepreneurship & Biotechnology Club

I plan and execute club events. Events include a speaker series which features prominent speakers in diverse areas across Biotechnology and Entrepreneurship as well as career development activities.

NYC Tech Connect

Entrepreneurial Scientist Advisory Panel (ESAP) Member

NYC Tech Connect aimed to develop NYC's entrepreneurial ecosystem. I provided regular feedback and suggestions to executive management and supported the organization with event execution (including a bi-annual pitch event).

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The Solution Lab


I evaluated the aptness of anew technology for different therapeutic areas at a large pharmaceutical company. Conducted primary research and interviews with experts from various Business Units. I presented key findings and created an Excel workbook with detailed analysis.


Albert Einstein College of Medicine

PhD, Biomedical Science

Author on nine peer-reviewed publications. Thesis research was conducted in the laboratory of Vern Schramm, Ph.D. (National Academy of Science member and Ruth Merns Chair in Biochemistry).
My thesis research focused on the development of a antibacterial drug target that could be effectively resistance-free.


Research Intern

Conducted research relevant to CVMED (Cardiovascular, Metabolic and Endocrine Diseases). Participated in professional development workshops and learnt about the drug development process.