19th June 2019
“Staffing the 21st Century Life Science R&D Industry”
Context: For those involved in biomedical research, whether academia, venture backed biotech SME, technical service provider or large pharma the impact arising from their research spend is always a factor in the quality of the staff they can employ. To this end, how can alignment be achieved across all parties when it comes to training, experience, recruitment, career development and outcomes?
The panel at this event will discuss:
· What are the skills gaps experienced by recruiting organisations?
· How do the available training opportunities fit the need, including academic training, apprenticeships and student placements?
· Are commercial awareness and entrepreneurship training mutually exclusive in Life Sciences?
· Do Life Science entrepreneurs make good employees?
18.00 - Registration & networking
18.30 - Welcome from the host – Liam Good, Professor of Microbiology and Biotechnology, Royal Veterinary College, University of London
18.40 - Introduction from the chair - Tony Jones, CEO, One Nucleus
18.45 - Panel Discussion: Staffing the 21st Century Life Science R&D Industry
19.30 - Closing remarks
19.35 - Networking over drinks and canapés
21.00 - Close
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