Stephen Sammut
Senior Fellow, Health Care Management/Lecturer, Entrepreneurship, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Biography

Dissertation: Organizational Antecedents to the Implementation of Precision Medicine: Overcoming Resistance to Change

Steve is the founder and president of Pangea University for the Health Sciences in Bangalaru, India. He also serves as senior advisor to the Excelsior Group in Nairobi. Steve is a senior fellow of health care management and lecturer in management at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. During his 24 years of teaching, he created more than a dozen courses, taught nearly 10,000 students, and his research focuses on international development. Steve serves as a visiting faculty member and the coordinator of the Indian School of Business healthcare program. He also holds a position as a visiting faculty at the Strathmore Business School in Nairobi, where he founded the first Healthcare Management MBA program on the African continent.

He earned an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, a DBA from the Fox School of Business, and holds graduate and undergraduate degrees from Villanova. Steve also founded the African Institute for Healthcare Management, the International Institute for Biotechnology Entrepreneurship, and serves as a board member for HealthRight International, the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest, BioEthics International and the Agora Partnership.