Today we are joined by Sarah Dykstra, PhD, who worked in the early drug discovery group at Amgen. Many of our postdocs and PhD students will end up in R&D, so its a great opportunity to learn about your potential future career.
Big thank you to Thermo Fisher Scientific for sponsoring this seminar! Remember that if you need any support from Thermo Fisher, feel free to reach out to our Account Manager, Adam!
Here are some insights from the seminar on the drug discovery pipeline:
(A copy of the slides can be found at the end of the post!).
The Tufts Postdoctoral Association in collaboration with the MGH Postdoctoral Association present:
Part of the Cambridge Science Festival!
Why not do both?
Come to Science Pint Night!
Experience four minute flash talks from researchers on awesome topics like the latest advances in CRISPR, how breast cancer is like many different gremlins and the mad science of joining two living things together!
When: 21st April 2016: 6:30-8pm
All attendees must be 21+.
Free appetizers, cash bar!
PRIZES FOR BEST TALK WILL BE AWARDED!
Our judges are:
- Liz Kong, PhD – Manager of the Hall of Human Life at the Museum of Science
- Mike Mattoni, PhD – Patent Agent at Lathrop and Gage, LLC
- Lauren Celano – Co-founder and CEO of Propel Careers
Feel free to share our poster with your workplaces, family & friends (pdf): Pint_of_science_V2
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Wednesday, March 16, 2016
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