Perspectives on Science Careers3

The Perspectives on Science Careers seminar series returns for 2018.
Please join us for our first seminar which will feature David Kolosic, on Friday, February 9th at 3:00pm, in the Szybalski Room at the Library.
David will join us to discuss the path of his career which has lead him to his position as a Regulatory Information Specialist and Business Developer at ASPHALION, a pharmaceutical company based in Barcelona, Spain. Please find his bio below. Join us for a brief presentation by David and bring your questions for an extensive Q&A to follow. The seminar will be followed by tea/coffee and cookies in the library.

We hope to see you there!

Polona Safaric Tepes and the Library

Speaker Bio
David Kolosic is a Regulatory Information Specialist and Business Developer at ASPHALION for pharma companies in Barcelona, Spain. He bridging the gap between the company’s expertise and the challenges faced by the pharmaceutical industry in the area of eSubmissions. David holds a BSc in Pharmaceutical Studies and a MSc in Pharmaceutical Science and Management Studies from Kingston University London. His previous work experience includes being Quality Assurance Compliance professional in Krka, where he was responsible for monitoring, implementation and control of the implementation of international and national regulations, guidelines and recommendations in the area of quality assurance.

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