Heard about the Postdoc “problem”? Think there should be some Biomedical Research workforce reforms? Trainees from this Pan-Boston group had their second Symposium on Scientific Workforce data October 22-24. Unity amongst trainees allows us a voice in political and organizational conversations affecting all our futures.
We are pleased to have as our guest speaker Dr. Lindee Goh, a partner at Tapestry Networks. Dr. Goh has extensive experience in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical spaces, with particular expertise in strategy and organizational effectiveness. She will speak about her experience with and the importance of mentoring throughout her career.
This event is for women and men within the scientific community (from undergrads to early career levels) who are interested in exploring diverse career options in science. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with 10-15 experienced individuals who will give insight into their chosen professions. The event will be held in a speed-networking fashion with participants switching tables every 15 minutes for a total of 5 sessions.
Identifying, applying, interviewing and accepting a job position can be overwhelming. Gain insight and advice about these processes from the receiving end – human resources and recruitment. Their anecdotal insight could change how you approach your next job search. Our panelists will also answer your general questions, but please keep in mind that this is neither a recruiting nor hiring event.