Abhishek Kumar
Analyst Abhishek Kumar is an analyst at Max Institute of Healthcare Management, Indian School of Business, Mohali. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Retail Management from St. Xavier’s College, Ranchi and MBA specialized in Rural Management from Xavier Institute of Social Service (XISS), Ranchi. He is also pursuing his Ph.D. from Indian Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) University, Jaipur.
Prior to joining ISB, Abhishek worked with IIHMR university, Jaipur as a Research Officer for a duration of 3.5 years. His previous work includes research on public health, nutrition, maternal & child health, water & sanitation and child sex ratio. His areas of interest include nutrition, Reproductive and Child Health (RCH), health system and public health policy.

Aman Kabra
Analyst
Aman Kabra is an Analyst at Max Institute of Healthcare Management, Indian School of Business (ISB). An alum of BITS Pilani and Black Belt Certified Professional in Lean Six Sigma, he is the ex-co-founder of Pebble Sierra Academy Private Limited that’s primarily into Lean and Six Sigma professional certification training space. He began his corporate career with InMobi as the Campaign Manager – Global Brand Delivery, handling marketing campaigns for major brands, such as P&G and Nestle, across South East Asian countries.
Prior to his full-time stint with InMobi, Aman has interned with multinational conglomerates including MAHLE, Credit Suisse and Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) in the areas of Lean Six Sigma Implementation and Continuous Improvement. He has also interned with Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise at ISB, focusing on the trends in Mergers and Acquisitions for Family Businesses
 
Arindam Debbarma
Analyst Arindam is an analyst at Max Institute of Healthcare Management, Indian School of Business. Prior to joining ISB, Arindam has worked with Samsung India Electronics Limited for more than 3 years. He holds a degree from Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Calcutta specializing in Operations Management and Marketing. During his two-year program, he has done live projects with industry players such as P&G, Emami, Flipkart.
His primary research interest lies in healthcare operations management. His current project deals with developing intervention strategies to improve population level health outcomes. Among other topics, he is also interested in manufacturing operations management; supply chain management; transportation systems; e-commerce platforms and intermediaries.

Harsh Parekh
Analyst
Harsh is an analyst at Max Institute of Healthcare Management, Indian School of Business. He comes with more than two years of experience in healthcare, operations and supply chain management previously. He has worked as a Research Associate in NITIE and Academic Associate within the area of ‘Production & Quantitative Methods’ in IIM, Ahmedabad. His research interest focus on Decision Modeling (MCDM), Discrete Choice Modeling, Predictive Analytics, Behavioral analysis, Technology Adoption and Diffusion. His recent paper titled ‘Modeling the Internet of Things Adoption Barriers in Food Retail Supply Chains’was published in an A grade journal. Harsh holds a B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from KJ Somaiya College of Engineering, University of Mumbai. He has previously interned with MNCs like Endress+Hauser and Greaves Cotton in the area of production.
Hemanshu Das
Analyst Hemanshu holds a post-graduate degree in management from Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, and is currently an analyst at Max Institute of Healthcare Management (MIHM), ISB. His work at ISB has a special emphasis on economic evaluations and costing studies of primary care interventions. Prior to joining ISB, Hemanshu was a Global Business Manager at Wipro GmbH, and worked on new-age technologies such as AI and Blockchain. His current project involve costing analysis of private-public engagements and modelling of hypertension disease progression in India. His research interests also include impact evaluation and social network of diseases.
Preeti Singh
Analyst
Preeti Singh is a public health professional with over five years of research experience. Her primary area of research focuses on blending public health and management decisions to strengthen health delivery systems. Her specialty as a researcher is using quantitative methods to examine issues concerning operational performances and financial sustainability of primary care models on community-level health outcomes. Her research work has been featured in multiple outlets including Forbes India. 
Before joining MIHM, she worked for the Public Health Foundation of India, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, World Health Organization SEARO, and more. Preeti received her degree in Master of Public Health (MPH) from the School of Public Health, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh, India.