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Careers at the Bench

Careers at the Bench

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Columbia University Medical Center, 312 Hammer Building

Presented By

Presented by Science Alliance and Columbia University Postdoc Office

 

Do you love life in the lab, but have no desire to be a Principal Investigator? Representatives from government, academics, and industry will discuss their careers on how they have stayed in the lab with a PhD, without having to be the boss. Get tips for how to find these types of jobs, the goods/bads of the career, and understand if it is a path attractive to you.

Speakers:  Amy Dean, PhD, NY State Dept of Health; Cristina Agbunag, PhD, Regeneron; Gabrielle E. Rieckhof, PhD, Rockefeller Academics