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My name is Ryan Carris. I'm a 26-year-old Durham scientist with a newly minted Master's degree and a year of industry experience. And I started Young Science Professionals of RTP for people like me who are hoping to find meaningful jobs at local companies.
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During the winter of 2013-14 I had the unique opportunity to participate in an internship at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center as a program analyst, observing the grant proposal process from the perspective of NCBiotech as a grant funding agency.
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NCBiotech Jobs Network: Working Effectively with Executive Recruiters
Blog by Ali Ghiassi, Account Manager Aerotek and Steering Committee member, NCBiotech Jobs Network
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|Lab photo courtesy of Arbovax, Inc.|
The attack of the chikungunya ogre could augur well for Arbovax.
Say that three times fast. Then tell somebody I told you so.
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This month’s NC Biotech Jobs Network featured a panel of three consulting experts who discussed their experiences in starting their own consulting businesses. Panelists included James Iademarco, Principal, Strategic Avalanche LLC; Nannette (Net) Stangle-Castor, Ph.D., President and Founder, InnoVector Tech Inc.; and Scott Rockafellow, President, Granite Beach Management. Each panelist gave a short slide presentation and provided complementary lessons on what is required to become a consultant.
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