Wonder what it's like to get a job as a life scientist?
At our career chat events employees of a variety of different types of companies share their career experience; from studying to where they are now. Come learn from the first hand experience of successful life scientists!
Our last event: Eli Lilly on the 22th May 2019
Have you ever dreamed of discovering medicines that improve the life of people around the world? Would you like to gain insight into Eli Lilly, a leading corporation in the field of pharmaceutical innovation? If so, join us for the next Career Chat with Ms Lara Spina on Wednesday, 22nd May.
Lara Spina is currently a Clinical Research Scientist at Lilly. After obtaining her master degree in Human Biology at University of Zurich, Lara started her career by joining Novartis as Medical Scientific Liaison Manager in 2016. Since late 2018, she works as Scientific Advisor in Dermatology at Eli Lilly. During this Career Chat, she will share her experience and insights about the many aspects of medical engagement in pharmaceutical industry.
Eli Lilly and Company is a leading corporation in the field of pharmaceutical innovation, with more than 140 years in the market. Eli Lilly has a history of great achievements including being the first company to mass-produce the Salk polio vaccine and recombinant insulin. Eli Lilly’s Human Pharmaceutical focuses on therapeutic neuroscience, endocrinology, oncology and cardiology.
Come over and learn about working in Eli Lilly with Ms Lara Spina’s talk. And after the talk, join the conversation at the apéro!
Date: Wednesday, May 22th 2019
Location: UZH Irchel Campus, Y03 G95
We had the pleasure to host a very successful career chat with Ms. Lara Spina!
She shared with the audience her experience and insights into the different Job roles in medical affairs at Eli Lilly Suisse. Master students, PhDs and Postdocs had the chance to learn about the life and the many aspects of being a Medical Science Liaison and Medical advisor in the Pharma Industry.
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