Boyds is delighted to support the One Nucleus careers event, Building Life Science Adventures, which will take place on the 30-31 March.
The two-day, free-to-attend digital careers conference is aimed at students, universities and employers and, unlike many career events, will provide the platform for lively and engaging debates and discussions.
Professor Alan Boyd will be chairing the session ‘Opportunities in Clinical Research’ which is taking place on 30 March in the afternoon. He will be joined on the panel by Rhianna Ball from AstraZeneca and Rene Van Der Merwe from Galvani Bioelectronics.
Other topics that will be covered over the two-day event include:
- Why mentoring is good for recruitment, retention and fostering innovation?
- Race for the top – progressing inside or outside the lab
- Invest in some personal R&D
- The Life Sciences isn’t just for Life Scientists
- What is ‘ESG’ and why is it important to attracting the best people?
To find out more about the event and how to register, visit the One Nucleus website.
The Life Sciences Inspiration of the Year Award:
During the event, One Nucleus will be presenting the Life Sciences Inspiration of the Year Award. The award will recognise an ambassador for the life sciences industry, someone who has shown great leadership in building teams and is an inspiration to others. Nominations close at midday on 17 March and can be made by emailing email@example.com with the nominee’s name, email address and a maximum 100 word summary as to why you are nominating them. The winner will be announced during the ‘Food for Thought’ lunchtime session on 31 March.
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