Bioscience Research: Where Do You Fit In?Naturejobs/NYAS Career Fair and Symposium

Bioscience Research: Where Do You Fit In?
Naturejobs/NYAS Career Fair and Symposium

Friday, April 29, 2005

The New York Marriott Marquis - 6th Floor

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Presented by NatureJobs and the Science Alliance

 

Career Fair: Free
Symposium: members, $20; nonmembers, see below for details.

Is Bioscience Research Where You Belong?


Naturejobs, the scientific recruitment industry’s most respected player, is partnering again with the New York Academy of Sciences, a prestigious international scientific society, to answer your questions as part of another landmark event.

  • How do scientific ideas become marketable products?
  • How do drug discovery and development processes differ from company to company?
  • Do current regulatory mechanisms measure up as guarantors of the safety of new drugs and biologics?
  • And, most important of all, where do YOU fit in?

    Bioscience Research: Where Do You Fit In? is the first of several career fairs and symposia that Naturejobs and the New York Academy of Sciences will be organizing in 2005. It follows the huge success of their first joint Career Fair and Symposium in June 2004 that drew more than 700 graduate students and postdocs from more than 40 area institutions to New York University's Kimmel Center. This year’s event will be even bigger and better, and has moved to the spacious New York Marriott Marquis at 1535 Broadway for an all-day event on April 29.

    For job seekers the Career Fair/Symposium combination delivers an unbeatable value combination: first, hear talks by the principals of the top bioscience firms, and then get immediate access to their recruiters—and their competitors. Attendees will get the inside track on both information and hiring prospects. And some may even get hired.

    Confirmed Symposium Participants
  • Keynote Speaker: Peter B. Corr, senior vice-president, Science & Technology, Pfizer, Inc.

    Presenters:
  • Joanna Batstone, senior manager, IBM Healthcare and Life Sciences Solutions Development
  • Amar Drawid, senior scientist, Bioinformatics, Sanofi-Aventis Pharmaceuticals
  • John Dunlop, director, Department of Neuropharmacology and Neurophysiology in the Neuroscience Discovery Group, Wyeth
  • Gordon Hansen, director, Analytical Sciences, Boehringer-Ingelheim
  • David Jacobson-Kram, associate director, Pharmacology & Toxicology, Office of New Drugs, U.S. FDA
  • Jean Lachowicz, associate director, Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases Research, Schering-Plough Corporation
  • Jerauld Skotnicki, director, Chemical and Screening Sciences, Wyeth
  • Adam Smith, publisher, BioPharma, Nature Publishing Group
  • Scott Wadsworth, research fellow, Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Research & Development
  • Grace Wong, chief scientific officer, Actokine Therapeutics; founder, Student Vision

    The all-day Career Fair will feature more than 25 of the area’s top bioscience recruiters in academia, government, and industry. Job seekers will have the opportunity to submit resumes and have brief interviews with prospective employers. The Symposium will feature elite industry professionals and academics offering insiders’ perspectives on drug discovery and development, the critical role of regulatory mechanisms in insuring the safety of new drugs and biologics, and where the expertise and talent of young scientists fit into the pipeline.

    Confirmed Exhibitors:
    Pfizer, Wyeth, OSI Pharmaceuticals, Genentech, NIH, St. Jude's Childrens Research Hospital, Novartis, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, U.S. Food & Drug Administration, Kelly Scientific, Nature Publishing Group, New York Academy of Sciences, Mylan Labs, Eyetech Pharmaceuticals, Mannkind Corporation, MEDACorp, Province of Ontario, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, American Chemical Society, Vaccinex, Merck, Johnso