Want to be more effective at work and advance your career? Then you need to understand and apply the concept of “power” in the workplace. Power is “the capacity or ability to direct or influence the behavior of others or the course of events." This fun and interactive workshop explores surprising research findings, shares simple techniques to enhance your power and teaches participants how to apply these techniques in all aspects of life.
This is an annual career fair hosted by the GSAS Harvard Biotechnology Club, open to all who are seeking jobs in various science related sectors, with emphasis on opportunities for life sciences Ph.D.s in the biotechnology realm, whether at the bench or beyond. (No charge to all Harvard undergraduate, graduate students, post docs, and faculty.)
Last year’s participating companies included Pfizer, Merck, Biogen Idec, Vertex, BCG, Clearview, Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, Clark & Elbing, Finnegan, and additional groups such as the Broad Institute and the Nature Publishing Group.
Time: 1:00 – 5:00 pm
Location: New Research Building, Harvard Medical School, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA 02115
For more information and registration, please visit: http://thebiotechclub.org/home/
Location: 120 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02142, USA
Date and Time: 9 am – 5pm
Cheeky Scientist is organizing an event in Boston on Saturday, Sept. 12th. They are offering AWIS members a 20% discount off the registration fee (see below for event link and promo code). The registration fee increases on August 1st, but the promo code will be valid throughout the registration process.
Click on the link below to register and enter the promo code in order to get the discount:
Promo code: AWIS30OFF
Location: Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Why are women underrepresented as leaders in the biotech industry?
It’s a perplexing issue, which warrants examination and discussion. Bringing together scientists, industry and venture capital leaders, and academics, this symposium will explore the divide between the large number of women who pursue advanced degrees in related scientific fields and their representation in leadership positions in biotech firms. Speakers will also share new research, experimentation, and promising models that may help industry, universities, government, and private capital improve the current system. Join us to gain a deeper understanding into this situation.
Register online and view the full schedule: www.radcliffe.harvard.edu/event/2015-women-in-biotech-symposium
The event is free and open to the public.
THE WOMEN IN STEM IDEA EXCHANGE SUMMIT offers a plan for short term action and long term progress by addressing the shortage of women in STEM degrees and careers.
The Summit will bring together companies looking to fill their STEM job pipelines with female college students pursuing STEM degrees. It is designed to facilitate discussion on how to close the gap between corporate needs and student questions about job prospects that align their passion with the needs of corporate America. Learn more here.
Plus! THE MY STORY, MY ADVICE PROJECT features Women in STEM that are persisting in STEM fields and making a difference. It also gives their personal advice to the next generation of young women looking for encouragement to persist in STEM. Have a story to tell? Submit it here: http://www.iirusa.com/stem/send.xml
Students and Postdocs attend for free while other AWIS members will receive $100 off their registrations. This event (8:30 am-4:30 pm) will take place at the Center for Women and Business at Bentley University in Waltham.
ASOthera is seeking to hire at least three principal scientists with a strong record of success in pre-clinical and early clinical translational research. Each principal scientist should possess deep academic training and at least five years industrial experience in one of three key therapeutic areas: metabolic, neurologic or ocular disease. The successful candidates will serve as project leads for ASOthera’s growing pipeline of drug candidates, and will be directly responsible for the generation and application of animal models to achieve in vivo proof-of-mechanism & efficacy through to early clinical proof-of-concept in Phase 1/2 studies. Candidates are being sought for New York, NY or Cambridge, MA. Continue reading