For their promising work in the life sciences, HST alums Tyler Clites ’17 and Cheryl Cui ’18 were two of Forbes magazine’s 2019 30 Under 30 for healthcare.

Clites, a postdoctoral associate at MIT, is currently focused on designing prosthetic limbs that communicate directly with the nervous system. Cui is Co-Founder of Nest.Bio, a Cambridge-based venture fund with investments in eight biomedical startups.

Congratulations Tyler and Cheryl!

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