Sheldon Mullins has experience with the development of drugs and biologics in multiple therapeutic areas including oncology, cardiovascular, anti-infective, immune response, dermatology, metabolic and gastrointestinal disease. Drug development experience includes clinical, nonclinical, regulatory operations, drug advertising and promotion, quality control and assurance, and manufacturing aspects, with 10 years research experience and 25 years in regulatory affairs, spanning pre-IND through license application approval, and he has led meetings with U.S. and E.U. regulatory authorities. He has held positions of increasing responsibility up Vice President of Regulatory Affairs. He received a B.A in Chemistry from Sonoma State University and M.S.B.A. from San Francisco State University.
Dr. Sulekha Anand's area of expertise includes experimental design, statistical and biostatistical analysis, neuroscience, scientific writing, and academic assessment. She teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses at San Jose State University and serves as a research and statistical consultant for faculty and their graduate students.
Dr. Anand has conducted laboratory research on primate visual-vestibular physiology at NASA-Ames Research Center, and on the neurophysiology of human eye movements and vision at both University of California, Santa Cruz and SJSU. She ran experiments on human visuomotor physiology and visual neuroscience during her postdoctoral research fellowship in the Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine and the California Institute for Medical Research. Following the fellowship Dr. Anand was a research scientist at a biomedical company, and then started teaching at SJSU in 1997.
Mike is the Sr. Director of Integrated Talent Management at Applied Materials. He has 30+ years of experience in Human Resources and talent development. He holds a Master’s in Education, MBA and Ph.D. in Human and Organization Development. He is currently focused on executive assessment and leadership development.
He has also held the position of Board President for a non-profit focused on grade school students keeping up with their classmates. He has consulted with a wide variety of organizations helping them to build leadership teams, set strategies and solve organization issues including organizational design. He has traveled extensively in Europe and Asia and lived abroad in Germany while building a new factory.
Arvinder P. S. Loomba
Arvinder P. S. Loomba received his doctorate in Operations Management, and also holds an MBA and a B.E. in Mechanical Engineering. In addition he holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from PMI. He has extensive teaching experience in the area of Managing Medical Product Development, Project Management, Operations Management, Managing Product Development, Global Business, Supply Chain Management, Service Operations Management, and Sustainable Supply Chains. He currently serves on the University Sustainability Board at SJSU.
Dr. Loomba's services include being the Director of the Pacific Rim Institute, reviewer for a Fulbright Program, judge for the U.S. Department of State Case Study Competition, advisor at an industry incubator for Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, Global Studies Fellow at SJSU, and research associate at MTI. He has also served as Education Vice President and board member-at-large of CSCMP-San Francisco Roundtable.