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Boston’s Life Science Disruptors 2018

Koch Institute For Integrative Cancer Research at MIT 500 Main St, Cambridge

Join Xconomy for this unique event featuring candid stories from some of New England's most radical biotech company leaders, founders, and VC backers out to change the game in life sciences.

BU Health & Life Sciences Conference

Boston University Questrom School of Business 595 Commonwealth Ave., BOSTON

Join the Boston University Questrom Health Sector Management Club for Questrom's Sixth Annual Health & Life Sciences Conference where there will be discussing, deliberating and exploring, "Healthcare Integration: A Work in Progress".

Success Series: Is Your Network Working?

CiC Boston 50 Milk St., BOSTON

Everyone knows the 19th hole is where the best networking takes place. Take part in an unique opportunity to work alongside women who share your interests to network while building skills that enhance your personal and career growth. The topic "Is Your Network Working?" will be led by the series creator Tina Fox. Price includes delicious appetizers and beverages with 2 hours of problem solving, networking, and business development.

Women Breaking the Barriers of Science

Boston Marriott Cambridge 50 Broadway, Cambridge

Join women and men in discussing the issues surrounding women in science and the great success stories of those that have succeeded at the highest level. The events will be a combination of keynote speech, panel discussions, vendor exhibits, networking, great food & cocktails.

Green Card Planning Session Q&A

Casseus Law One Broadway, Cambridge

In these volatile and changing times, it is important to plan ahead for your US permanent residence process at least one year full year in advance and have at least one year of visa eligibility before applying for permanent residency. Attorney Rachel Casseus looks forward to sharing her experience on over 300 approved cases and answering your questions about the green card process.

Introducing Scismic Job Seeker

WeWork 625 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge

Scismic Job Seeker is a job platform for scientists that saves you time, effort, and frustration in your search for industry research positions. They increase the visibility of your resume by bringing it directly to Pharmaceutical/Biotech recruiters. They match you to jobs that fit your technical skills and qualifications, while promoting workplace diversity with their race- and gender-blind matching algorithm. Join Scismic for a workshop and networking event to introduce you to Scismic Job Seeker!

2019 Scientista Symposium

Joseph B Martin Conference Center 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston

The Scientista Symposium is a national conference that helps advance the careers of young women in STEMM by facilitating networking with representatives from top companies, a range of professional and technical skill workshops, and a chance to present research and compete for cash prizes. Don’t miss this amazing symposium Mar. 29-31, 2019 in Boston, MA!

BPDA Symposium on Careers and Collaboration in Science

Broad Institute Monadnock Room, 2nd Floor, 415 Main St, Cambridge

Many postdoctoral trainees have strong research, teaching, and interpersonal skills; however, they lack the ability to leverage these skills to prepare for careers in either academic tenure-track positions or industry.As research becomes increasingly multidisciplinary and technologically complex, collaborative research among diverse experts is often required to address important scientific questions. This symposium will be a unique platform for young investigators to establish new relationships and gain new perspectives.

World Congress – Delivering Therapies to the Patients Faster

Charles River 100 Binney Street, Cambridge

PRESENTS Join us this year as we explore novel approaches to drug development that effectively reduce program timelines and accelerate delivery to the clinic. Using a variety of case studies, our speakers will illustrate methods that successfully cut time to

Xconomy Presents: Boston’s Life Science Disruptors

Broad Institute Monadnock Room, 2nd Floor, 415 Main St, Cambridge

Join Xconomy on Thursday, Oct. 17 for a unique Boston biotech forum and networking event at the Broad Institute in Kendall Square featuring open conversations on successful careers in life science, starting companies, and lessons learned along the way. Three

MASS AWIS is the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association for Women in Sciences. Our mission is to support women in all scientific fields and to achieve equity and full participation for women in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology. Our events and membership are open for the public regardless of their gender, professional background, or career level.