12 Feb 2014: Female leaders in (bio)technology

WISE@QMUL presents a lunchtime panel discussion: Female leaders in (bio)technology.

Have you ever considered stepping out of research into the world of business? Have you ever wondered how you might be able to apply the transferable skills you picked up during your PhD to start your own company?

WISE@QMUL have invited two female scientists-turned-entrepreneurs to tell you how they made their transition into start-up executive roles and give advice on how you might also do the same. We will also discuss how being female has helped or hindered their entrepreneurial path till now; and what advice they might have for other women who are struggling with leadership in general.

Speakers:

  • Dominique Kleyn, Director, Sierra MedTech
    Ordinary committee member, Corporate genetics and biotechnology section, Genetics Society
  • Vivian Chan, CEO, Sparrho (www.sparrho.com)
    Former CUTEC president, Entrepreneur First alumna

Join us from 12:30 pm for lunch, with a prompt start at 1 pm for talks. We’ll wind up by 1:45 pm for more coffee and informal networking.

Staff, students or professionals from all organisations, male or female; all are welcome! But please register on Eventbrite so we can order enough catering. Free lunch and coffee provided.

When: Wed 12th Feb 2014, 12:30–1:45 pm
Where: Room 4.01, Bancroft Road Teaching Rooms, Bancroft Road, QMUL, Mile End, E1 4NS
Map: http://www.qmul.ac.uk/docs/about/26065.pdf (Building 10)
Nearest tube station: Stepney Green
Bus routes: 25/205

Eventbrite - Lunchtime panel discussion: Female leaders in (bio)technology

Please note that our venue is NOT in the Francis Bancroft Building, but rather on Bancroft Road.

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