Founder and Chairman, Sycamore Networks
Chair, Department of Chemical Physiology, The Scripps Research Institute; Co-director, Center for Physiological Proteomics, The Scripps Research Institute
Senior health advisor for Esri
Please join us on October 5, 2010 for an exciting discussion.
How has increased globalization within the life sciences industry affected expectations for international experience? What are the risks and rewards of working internationally? What are the similarities and differences in working within life sciences in Europe? These questions and more will be addressed in the first of a series of events on global opportunities in the life sciences. This event will be held in conjunction with the Boston chapter’s annual business meeting. HBA members are invited to also attend the preceding annual business meeting and usher in the 2011 Boston chapter board of directors.
All are invited to attend and hear Stefan Borgas, CEO of Lonza, a multi-billion dollar global company give his thought provoking views on these topics. He will be joined by Deborah Dunsire CEO of Millennium, Jonathan Poole, VP finance Shire HGT, Nicole Weissbach regional manager, clinical sciences and innovation, Novartis, Lisa Fox Middlebrook, global head of training and development, Lonza and Sheena Bethell, business consultant, BaselArea. All of these distinguished panelists have worked in Switzerland, Europe and the US. In addition, Nina Ryser, advisor for innovation and entrepreneurship, from SwissNex, Boston Consulate of Switzerland, will be on hand to describe ways to turn global opportunities into reality. Expand your network into the European life science community at this event. Evaluate your company options or your own career decisions with a global viewpoint.