Interested in knowing how is like to get a job as a life scientist in a company?
Then the Career Chats are for you! Throughout the year we organize several career chats where company representatives with a life scientist background are invited to give a talk about their career path in a specific field. During the event, the employees from a variety of different types of companies share with the audience their transition from academia to industry, their career experience, and give tips on how to better prepare for the job application process! Come and learn from the first-hand experience of successful life scientists!
Join us next Career Chat on the 29th September 2020!
Are you curious to know how it is to work as a researcher in the world’s biggest pharma company? Would you like to know more about the transition from academia to industry?
If so, join us on Tuesday, 29th September 2020 for our next Career Chat with Dr. Claudia Bonardi from Roche.
After successfully completing her PhD in neuroscience at the University of Geneva, Claudia Bonardi stayed in the Huber’s laboratory as a postdoctoral fellow before she joined Roche Pharma Research and Early Development in Basel. Since March 2019, she has been working as a Scientist in Neuroscience coordinating internal and external projects.
During this Career Chat, Dr. Claudia Bonardi will talk about her current role at Roche and will share interesting insights about her transition from academia to industry.
Due to the current Covid-19 situation, the number of participants is limited to 100 people; registration to our Career Chat via the link provided below is therefore required (first come, first served).
There will be no apéro after the event. Though, there will be an option to connect after the talk in the Lichthof given that social distancing measures will be followed.
Please note: masks have to be worn at all times within the UZH premises.
Deadline registration: 27th of September 6pm
Date: 29th September 2020
Location: UZH Irchel Campus, Y24-G-45
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