April 2013 Networking and Social Events in the Triangle

An overview of networking events in April: NC Biotech Jobs Network, HBA RTP Women’s chapter, WIB-RTP, Triangle Biotech Tuesday, DUPA pub night

WHAT: Triangle Biotech Tuesday                                                                                   WHEN: Tue, Apr 9, 5:30-7:00pm                                                                                       WHERE: Serena’s, 5311 South Miami Blvd, Durham, NC                                             COST: $10, Cash

Please RSVP by Friday, March 8th at http://tbtrsvpform.weebly.com *Space limited to 100 persons.

Limited space for Postdocs. RSVP by emailing your institution representative:                      Duke Jeffrey Blackinton, PhD jeff.blackinton@duke.edu                                                      NC State Tara Nash, PhD tenash@ncsu.edu                                                                 NIEHS Kymberly Gowdy, PhD kymberly.gowdy@nih.gov                                                        UNC Vanessa Gonzalez, PhD vanessa_gonzalez@med.unc.edu

WHAT: The Biomanufacturing & Process Development Intellectual Exchange Group      When: April 11, 1:30 – 5pm                                                                                             Where: NC Biotechnology center, 15 TW Alexander Drive, Research Triangle Park, NC REGISTER: Biomanufacturing & Process Development Group (BPD)

WHAT: HBA RTP Women’s Interactive Networking Luncheon
WHEN: Tues Apr 23, 11:30 am-1 pm
WHERE: Brasa Steakhouse, Brier Creek Shopping Center, Raleigh NC
REGISTER: https://www.hbanet.org/chapters/rtp/events/landing
COST: Members $20, non-members $30

The Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) RTP Chapter, invites you to the Women’s Interactive Networking (WIN) Luncheon. The meeting begins with a casual networking session followed by a buffet luncheon and a variety of formal and informal networking activities. This month’s speaker will be Sheila Callaham and her topic is “Professional Coaching: When and Why”.

WHAT: DUPA Pub Night
WHEN: Fourth Thursday of the month at 7:30 pm
WHERE: FullSteam Brewery, Riggsbee Ave, Durham

Hello Fellow Postdocs,
The Duke University Postdoc Association (DUPA) now sponsors a regular pub night every fourth Thursday at Fullsteam Brewery. Meet and join fellow postdocs for a good time in a relaxed atmosphere and, if you desire, trivia at 9 pm. As Fullsteam is often busy, it is hard to say where we will be exactly, but we will attempt to take over a table in the main area around the stage. Look for a small table sign saying “Duke Postdocs” on one of the long tables. DUPA will provide a limited number of drinks starting at 7:30; food trucks will be on site if you want food.
Hope to see you there!
Jeff Blackinton, DUPA Social Chair (jeff.blackinton@duke.edu)

WHAT: 16th Annual NIEHS Biomedical Career Fair
WHEN: Fri Apr 26, 7:45 am – 5 pm
WHERE: EPA Campus Main Building (Building C), 109 TW Alexander Dr, RTP NC
REGISTER: http://tools.niehs.nih.gov/careerfair/

The annual NIEHS Biomedical Career Fair, now in its 16th year, is one of the largest assemblies of biomedical organizations and young scientists in NC. Targeting postdoctoral fellows and advanced graduate students, the Career Fair provides these young scientists an opportunity to explore a myriad of fields and create a network as they plan for their future careers in the biomedical sciences. Agenda includes:

– Keynote Address with Patricia Beckmann, PhD,, Founder, Biostrategies, LLC
– Career Panels: Running a Successful Lab, Jobs in Science Policy, Networking: A Tool for Building Relationships and Exploring Career Options, Management and Leadership Skills for Scientists, Contract Research Organizations, Careers in Consulting, Setting Your Career Goals and Charting Your Course, Careers in Public Health Protection and Promotion, Overseeing Science: Program Administration and Grant Management, and many more
– CV/Résumé Consultations
-Informal Networking Lunch
– Company Exhibits

WHAT: NC Biotech Jobs Network April Meeting: “Grow Your Future”
WHEN: Last Monday of the month, 12:30-2:30 pm
WHERE: North Carolina Biotechnology Center, 15 TW Alexander Dr, RTP NC
REGISTER by Apr 28 at http://tinyurl.com/cngxhsn . Registration is REQUIRED, as space is limited.

Join us as we explore the NC ag biotech jobs landscape and talk about career opportunities in this sector from the perspective of a panel of four AgBiotech Specialists representing talent acquisition and other human resources concerns, plant and animal biotech:
– Eric Spell, Co-Founder and President of AgCareers.com
– Giles Shih, PhD, MBA, Chairman and CEO of BioResource International
– Patrick Doyle, PhD, Head of R&D Quality Management at Syngenta Biotechnology
– Nandini Mendu, PhD, Director of BioDevice Research and Business Innovation at Zoetis
– Moderated by Paul Ulanch, PhD, MBA, Executive Director Biotechnology Crop Commercialization Center, North Carolina Biotechnology Center

NCBiotech is all about creating life-science jobs statewide. That includes keeping good people here after they lose their jobs, and helping people find the right fit in their careers. All North Carolina bioscience professionals are welcome.Business Casual Dress Recommended. Light Refreshments Provided.

Questions? Contact Deborah M Thompson, PhD, Science and Technology Development Program Analyst, NC Biotechnology Center, at deborah_thompson@ncbiotech.org.

WHAT:  WIB-RTP “Clinical Trials Management” Educational Event
WHEN: Mon Apr 29, 5-7:30 pm
WHERE: North Carolina Biotechnology Center, 15 TW Alexander Dr, RTP NC
REGISTER: http://www.womeninbio.org/chapter-rtp.shtml
COST: Members $10 online, $20 onsite; non-members $40 online, $50 onsite.

Join WIB-RTP for an exciting educational event focused on Clinical Trials Management. Our distinguished speakers will talk about challenges and opportunities of clinical trials from the perspective of a CRO and a sponsor.  Join in the discussion with our panelists and enjoy the opportunity to network with other professional women in the life sciences.  Space is limited, so please register early.

Agenda:
5-5:45 pm: Registration and Networking
5:55-6:20 pm: “The Future of Healthcare and Implications for CROs” Laura Marquis, VP and Global Operations Head, Quintiles
6:20-6:45 pm: “Before Outsourcing: Clinical Trials from the Perspective of a Sponsor” Almasa Bass, PharmD, Clinician, Manager of Clinical Research, Pfizer Inc
6:45-7:30 pm: Panel Discussion with Phillippa Miranda, MD, Senior Medical Director, PARAXEL International; Nila Williams, Director of Clinical Operations, PRA International; Evette Pettus, Project Manager, INC Research; Laura Marquis, VP and Global Operations Head, Quintiles; Almasa Bass, PharmD, Clinician, Manager of Clinical Research, Pfizer Inc

This event is sponsored the the RTP Chapter of Women in Bio (WIB). Questions? Visit http://www.womeninbio.org/chapter-rtp.shtml

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