Biotech in Maryland
Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Virtual Event details shared upon registration
Join the University of Maryland Graduate school for The Rita B. Leahy Doctoral Career Series session: Biotech in Maryland. Featured speakers include:
Dietrich Ruehlmann, Ph.D. (E.M.B.A. '05), Founder and Owner, Oscamo Technology LLC
Berin Parambeethu Varghese, Ph.D., D.V.M. (Integrated Biological Sciences, Molecular Virology, '21), GSK
Julia Greenfield, Ph.D. (Biochemistry, '19) Research Chemist, NIST
Biotechnology harnesses cellular and biomolecular processes to develop technologies and products that help improve our lives and the health of our planet. Maryland is home to one of the largest life sciences clusters in the nation, 3,400 life sciences companies, the NIH, the FDA, and the University of Maryland. This session features UMD doctoral alumni working in Maryland's biotech industry. Learn about their work and expand your network.
The Rita B. Leahy Doctoral Career Series for doctoral students brings current students, postdocs, and Maryland alumni together to meet and explore career opportunities. Each session of the series focuses on one broad career area and features alumni from different disciplines doing meaningful work related to that area. The 2021–2022 series features six sessions focused on careers in: research, data science, biotechnology, federal agencies, policy and advocacy, entrepreneurial ventures, communications, and public health.
Unable to attend this session? Recordings of all past sessions are available on YouTube.