The Perspectives on Science Careers seminar series will feature Andrew Whiteley, in the final seminar for 2016 on Tuesday, December 6th at 3:00pm, in the Szybalski Room at the Library.
Join us as Andrew shares his experience working in the life science industry, startup initiatives and entrepreneurship. Please bring your questions for an extensive Q&A to follow.
Andrew Whiteley holds more than thirty years of experience working in the life science industry. Prior to joining CSHL as Executive in Residence in 2016, he was Chief Operating Officer and Vice President, Business Development at Enzo Biochem. Andrew began his career in the life science industry at Amersham International, which is now part of GE Healthcare. He initially worked as a biochemist but went on to hold sales, marketing, and strategic business management positions. He eventually held the position of VP Sequencing and led a team that focused on commercializing DNA sequencing systems. He later served as CEO of two biotechnology companies: InforMax Inc. and Vitra Biosciences. He holds a degree in chemistry and biochemistry from the University of Nottingham, U.K.
The seminar will be followed by tea/coffee and cookies in the library.
We hope to see you there!
When: Tuesday, Dec 6th
Where: Szybalski Room, CSHL Library
Speaker: Andrew Whiteley
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