Alumni Career Paths in Field Science

Date: 
May 19, 2021
Time: 
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Place: 
Zoom

This program happens once per year as part of the Every Month Series.
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Registration

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Overview

There's more to industry than R&D! In Field Science jobs, STEM PhDs can directly partner with, educate or help the customer, client, partner or audience of an organization, making an immediate and personal impact on their market and mission. Field careers emphasize the importance of genuine, personable relationship-building, communication skills, technical knowledge, self-management, and leveraging both subject-matter expertise and emotional intelligence to meet with, educate and train people. With field-based experience, PhDs can quickly learn how businesses operate, hone their client-facing skillsets, and position themselves for a variety of next steps within the professional world.

Panelists

Eleanor Zoe Kincaid, PhD - Regional Applications Manager at Cytek Biosciences (UCSF PhD in Biomedical Science, 2006)
Andrew Mancini, PhD - Field Application Scientist at MaxCyte, Inc. (UCSF PhD in Biomedical Science, 2018)
Mayra B. Pastore, PhD - Medical Science Liaison at Bristol Meyers Squibb (UCSF Postdoc alum, 2019)

Materials

Bite-sized job simulations for field science careers

 

This program is part of the Every Month Series.


A note about our virtual events: We would like to welcome you, as and where you are, to our virtual events. If there are times you just don’t want to be on camera, feel free to attend this event with your camera and mic off. If you prefer to switch on your camera and participate that’s great too. And if this event just won’t work for you please remember you can always make an appointment with us at any time. 


UCSF is committed to making its facilities, activities and events accessible. To request accommodations for this event, please contact Trish McGrath ([email protected]) at the Office of Career and Professional Development at least one week before the event.