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    Diversity of Career Pathways in the Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Industries

    Written by Bassem Toeama Biotechnology and pharmaceutical corporations are managed with different strategies for optimal utilization of resources. This includes blending and/or segregation of departments, which in turn leads to diversification of career pathways [...]

    By |December 9th, 2017|Categories: Bassem Toeama|Tags: , |0 Comments

    What I learned about Medical Writing: Tales from the Mini-Networking Series

    Written by Candice Tang Medical writing is becoming an increasingly attractive job for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) graduates. But what exactly do you do as a medical writer? Are you writing technical [...]

    By |November 21st, 2017|Categories: Candice Tang|Tags: , |0 Comments

    Academia vs. Industry: Mindset and Soft Skills

    Written by Bassem Toeama New life science graduates seeking entry-level jobs in the industry often need guidance from an insider. From my position as a pharmacovigilance specialist at Axiom Real-Time Metrics, I realized how [...]

    By |October 30th, 2017|Categories: Bassem Toeama|Tags: , |2 Comments

    Some Takeaways from September’s Career Seminar: Financial Literacy 101

    Written by Anastassia Pogoutse It's probably fair to say that most graduate students don't think too much about managing their money. Some of us might have started saving or have had to navigate debt, [...]

    By |October 13th, 2017|Categories: Anastassia Pogoutse|Tags: , |0 Comments

    Millennial Relevancy

    Written by Annie Zhang This post was originally published on FinLitMe. Financial literacy was only recognized as an issue recently; for most, it didn’t feel relevant nor did they have any interest. Most articles calling [...]

    By |September 26th, 2017|Categories: Annie Zhang|Tags: |0 Comments
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