Nuvera Life Science Consulting is excited to introduce you to our new team member, Aaron. Aaron attended Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC where he majored in Biology and minored in Neuroscience. While at WFU, Aaron conducted research in the neuroscience and oncology spaces, getting published for his work with the Shiozawa lab on cancer induced bone pain. Upon graduation, he continued his education by completing his Master’s Degree in Clinical Research with a focus in Translational Oncology from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. While at Mount Sinai, Aaron completed a thesis in post-surgical complication rates after endoscopic endonasal surgery.
Outside of work, Aaron enjoys playing pick-up soccer and basketball with his friends in the community. He’s an avid Arsenal, Milwaukee Bucks, and Green Bay Packers fan and you can often catch him watching and cheering his teams on. When he isn’t playing sports with his friends, Aaron enjoys kayaking with his dogs, Stella and Foster.
Aaron’s Motivation for Joining Nuvera
I enjoyed my time doing research at Wake Forest and Mount Sinai but felt that benefits of my work had only a limited effect on patients. I wanted to contribute in a more meaningful and tangible manner – so I looked into life sciences consulting. Nuvera really stuck out to me because of the nature of their work; being patient journey architects and ensuring patients receive the support they need while on treatment regimens was a huge draw for me. It was great to see their work having beneficial, lasting effects on people! Outside of the business, the culture of Nuvera was fantastic and easy to see from the start. Everyone really cares about the well being of one another and I was more than happy to join the family!