Second installment - Exploring Career Paths: Start-ups & Business Development
Start-up companies spun out of preliminary academic research are an exciting and intimidating opportunity for early career researchers to build their ideas outside of the typical academic track. However, launching a start-up company, whether biological or technical, requires a more diverse set of skills than are typically taught in academic training environments. Join us to learn from and ask questions of our panel covering a range of start-up related careers, including business development professionals, start-up founders, and patent and IP law specialists.
Invited Panelists: Susan Mockus, PhD, MBA, Director of Business Development, Precision Biomarker Laboratories, Cedars-Sinai, Marco Lobba, PhD, CEO and Co-Founder of Catena Biosciences, Steve Ouellette, PhD, Patent Agent, Cooley LLC, and Emily Guthrie, PhD, Patient Square Capital
ECR Exploring Career Path Series
Back by popular demand! The US HUPO ECR invites you to join us for a series of interactive panel discussions with proteomics scientists from diverse careers. Every two months, panelists representing the lesser known science professions will share their personal stories and advice about ‘making it’ in their chosen career paths. Each session will have a mix of early career and established scientists from one ‘type’ of career. Diverse career paths highlighted by this series include government, publishing/editing, consulting, business development, science policy, and more.
These sessions are intended to be informative and interactive for early career scientists and students! Questions from participants are welcomed and encouraged!
Watch the Recording of First installment: