Advanced Special Projects Team
E.Y.O.L. educational programs include special paid internships for qualifying students on the Advanced Special Projects Team (ASPT), under the leadership of Dr. Michael McCullough and Diana Saville. The ASPT is composed of dedicated and high-performing students from across the US who aspire to make a major positive impact on humanity through entrepreneurship.
ASPT members work with and support leaders in medical innovation, impact investing, and social enterprise. Take a deep dive into the inner workings of seed-stage startup companies and nonprofits, learn what it takes to build and scale impactful organizations, and gain hands-on experience with projects across a variety of skills/disciplines.
About Dr. McCullough:
In addition to being a Professor of Emergency Medicine at UCSF, Dr. McCullough is an Ashoka Fellow and founder of BrainMind, QuestBridge, Be a Good Doctor, and a host of other programs including for-profit companies and investing (e.g. HeartFlow, RegenMed Systems, 2U). Dr. McCullough is also a Kauffman Fellow, bridging business and medicine, and a Partner at Headwaters Capital Partners. Dr. McCullough often involves students in the creation of new programs, and is hiring a team to build new social ventures this year. Students often help him co-create projects or serve in the due-diligence of companies and new ventures. For more information on Dr. McCullough, see his profile on Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_McCullough_(entrepreneur) or LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelmcculloughmd/
About Diana Saville:
Diana Saville is the President of Entrepreneur of Your Life, Inc. (E.Y.O.L.), and is an expert in creative communication of complex scientific and medical concepts. She develops multimedia educational programs in science and technology for audiences including doctors, investors, researchers, patients, and the public, and organizes national and international expert summits on scientific and medical topics. Her creative work has been featured in the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, at TED conferences, at the World Economic Forum, and at the Vatican. She collaborates with leading minds at top institutions including Harvard University, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Columbia University, University of California Berkeley, Stanford University, the U.S. Air Force, and the American Museum of Natural History. Learn more about Diana and see her creative work at http://dianasaville.com/