By Matthew Pillar, Editor, Bioprocess Online
In 2001, Alex Blyth was tasked with launching a med tech practice at Cambridge Consultants. A year into the job, he found himself suffering imposter syndrome. He was 22 years old, leading a sizable team of life science Ph.D.s., yet he had no academic life sciences training. So, he went back to college and earned a degree in biology. That kind of roll-up-your-sleeves problem-solving wove throughout my conversation with Blyth on episode 105 of the “Business of Biotech” podcast.