HGWISE and Harvard Biotech Club Biotech Panel

HGWISE and the Harvard Biotech Club present: A perspective on women’s careers in biotechnology and pharma

Cliona Molony, PhD - Head of Computational Biomedicine, Pfizer

Melissa Naylor, MD, PhD - Research Statistician, Pfizer

Katie Williams, PhD - Senior Scientist, Applied BioMath

Ho-Chou Tu, PhD - Scientist, Alnylam Pharmaceuticals

Rebecca Canter, PhD - Postdoctoral Scientist, Biogen

WHEN: *Monday, April 3, 6 - 7 PM*

WHERE: *TMEC 227*, Harvard Medical School, Boston MA 02215

Food provided.

 

Opportunities in Industry, featuring Evelo Biosciences

Join the Harvard Biotech Club and representatives from Evelo Biosciences for a discussion about career paths and opportunities in industry. 

Evelo Biosciences is a biotech company founded in 2015 that focuses on developing therapies for autoimmune disease and cancer based on deciphering the immuno-microbiome. They are a rapidly growing company with over $40M raised in funding, and they're actively recruiting, especially for a summer internship program centered on scientific strategy and corporate development (see attached flyer for more details). Presentation topics will include career paths, R&D at Evelo, internship opportunities, and current open positions, followed by a Q&A session. 

Speakers include:

Brian Goodman, Cofounder, Head of Scientific Strategy

Leslie Wardwell Scott, Director of Business Development

Hank Wu, Head of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

WHEN: Thursday, March 30 5-6PM

WHERE: Cannon Room, Building C, Harvard Medical School

Pizza will be provided!

Venture Capital 101: Featuring Frank T. Gentile, PhD, Venture Partner at Third Rock Ventures

What is venture capital in the life sciences and what is it like to work in that space? Join us for a discussion of venture capital in the life sciences followed by a Q&A session.

WHEN: Tuesday, March 21 at 5-6:30 pm

WHERE: Cannon Room, Building C, Harvard Medical School

Dinner will be provided.

Speakers:

Dr. Frank Gentile joined Third Rock Ventures in 2015 to focus on research and development opportunities throughout the portfolio. He brings nearly 25 years of experience working with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to oversee and execute biotechnology and healthcare investments in public and private companies.

Third Rock Ventures is a premier life sciences venture capital firm. With over $1.3 billion raised since it started in 2007, Third Rock Ventures has assembled an entrepreneurial team with deep expertise and a proven track record of building some of the most respected and successful life sciences companies.

Agile Life Science: How To Make Changes In Healthcare, Biology and Nearly Everything People Use

Join us for a discussion about biotech startups and venture capital with IndieBio, a leading biotechnology accelerator in San Francisco. Having funded 55 companies in the past two years, IndieBio has ushered in a new generation of biotech entrepreneurs that have discovered novel applications for food, neuroscience, consumer goods and healthcare.

We will discuss trends that are changing the economics, scale and impact of biotechnology. Postgraduate entrepreneurs are translating their research to market within the span of a year, innovating in healthcare and sustainability and generating biological and medical data. We will discuss the mechanics and role of venture capital as well, both when it is and is not useful.

We will also review case studies of startups with PhD, MD and faculty founders: SyntheX (therapeutics platform), DxRX (outcome based telemedicine), Catalog Technologies (Data Storage in DNA), and Memphis Meats (sustainable meat without livestock).

Speakers:
Ron Shigeta, PhD is the Chief Science Officer of IndieBio. He studied biophysics at Princeton and Harvard Medical School and is now a serial entrepreneur in the San Francisco Bay Area.  

Cameron Meyer Shorb is the Innovation Coordinator for the Good Food Institute. The Good Food Institute promotes the use of food technology and markets to develop alternatives to factory-farmed products. Cameron studied biology at Carleton College.

When: Friday, March 17, at 1:00 - 2:30 pm

Where: TMEC 227, Harvard Medical School

Lunch will be provided.

Skills Development Workshop with Regeneron Pharmaceuticals

The Harvard Biotech Club is hosting a skills development workshop led by industry professionals. Come meet representatives from Regeneron’s Talent Acquisition team and learn the skills needed to land a position in biotech! Topics discussed include how to search for a career, how to prepare a CV, and how to interview. One-on-one breakout sessions with Regeneron representatives to follow. See the attached flyer for more information.

When: Thursday, February 23 at 12:30-1:30pm followed by breakout sessions from 1:30-2:00pm

Location: TMEC 227, Harvard Medical School

Lunch will be served

Presenters from Regeneron:
Chad Barney - Lead Talent Acquisition Specialist
Natalie Griffith - Senior Manager University Relations
Sam Luo - Talent Acquisition Specialist
Alanna Nolan - Senior University Relations Specialist
Regina Thomas - Director Talent Acquisition

About Regeneron:

Regeneron is a leading science and technology company delivering life-transforming medicines for serious diseases. Founded by physician-scientists nearly 30 years ago, our science-driven approach has resulted in four FDA-approved medicines and numerous product candidates in a range of diseases, including ophthalmology, rheumatoid arthritis, atopic dermatitis, asthma, pain, cancer and infectious diseases.

From Research to Commercialization

Time: 2/1/2017 2:00-3:30 PM

Location: Cannon Room, Harvard Medical School, Building C 114

Have you thought about founding a startup company?

Are you confused about how to transform your idea into a business plan?

Are you curious how VCs select projects to invest in?

You are invited to a panel discussion “From Research to Commercialization” organized by the Harvard Biotech Club and Liaoyuan, a social networking platform for entrepreneurs and investors. We will discuss how scholars from the fields of healthcare and biomedical research can transform their research projects into actual startups. We will have 4 speakers from venture capital, angel investors and startup companies to give advice and talk about their first-hand experiences. 

Harvard Biotech Club Winter Networking Event

The Harvard Biotech Club is starting a new series of networking events where you get the chance to network with industry professionals (biotech/pharma, consulting, law, venture, and more) in an informal setting.

WHEN: *Wednesday, January 25, 6 - 8 PM*

WHERE: *The Lansdowne Pub*, 9 Lansdowne Street, Boston MA 02215

Appetizers provided. Cash bar.

Space is limited, so sign up soon!

Patent Law Panel Discussion

Patent Law Alumni Panel and Networking Session
 
Please join the GSAS Harvard Biotechnology Club and Longwood Patent Club for a wonderful opportunity to

- Meet Harvard & MIT alumni from top law firms

- Learn what patent law is and what patent lawyers do

- Discuss how to transition from science to patent law

 

Date- Friday, September 23

Time- 5pm to 7pm

Location- Cannon Room, Building C, Harvard Medical School

Address- 240 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA 02115


RSVP here- https://goo.gl/forms/dAJijVi50yeQElE93 <https://goo.gl/forms/dAJijVi50yeQElE93>

The Future of Healthcare IT & Service

For the first time, Startup Leadership Program & athenahealth is bringing together investors, entrepreneurs & industry leaders to discuss what is hot in healthcare IT & services. Hear from an entrepreneur about how she raised her Series A, and another on getting acquired by athenahealth.  Join us to learn more about how to leverage these networks and drive your own success. 

Agenda:

6-6:30 Networking Session
630-830
How athenahealth works with startups (Accelerator & More Disruption Please)
From Startup to Exit: Getting acquired by athenahealth
The future of Healthcare IT & Services VC Panel: (Oak, HLM, Siemens Venture Capital)
My Story: How I got funded (Zoe Barry, CEO/Founder, ZappRx)
About Startup Leadership Program: Meet alumni entrepreneurs & VCs

Location: athenahealth, 311 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA 02472
Date: Monday July 18, 2016
Time: 6-830PM
Register now<https://goo.gl/Cw4lmo>http://hcitandservices.eventbrite.com <http://hcitandservices.eventbrite.com/>

Come join us for what promises to be an informative and productive event! We look forward to seeing you there!  

Call for Top Innovators to present to leading Investors

GSAS Harvard Biotechnology Club is pleased to announce its sponsorship and invite you to attend New York Venture Summit presented by youngStartup Ventures.
Special discount.  Use discount code "GSASVIP" and receive $100 off the current rates.
 
New York
Venture Summit
Where Innovation Meets Capital
 
July 20th & 21st, 2016 | Crowne Plaza | New York City
 
Friends,
 
Come meet, interact and network with more than 500 VCs, Corporate VCs, angel investors, investment bankers and CEOs of early stage and emerging growth companies at the prestigious New York Venture Summit being held on July 20th – 21st , 2016 at the Crowne Plaza in New York City. Whether you’re a startup seeking capital and exposure, or an investor seeking new deals, The New York Venture Summit presented by youngStartup Ventures - is the event of the year you won't want to miss.
                                                            
A highly productive venture conference, The New York Venture Summit is dedicated to showcasing VCs, Corporate VCs and angel investors committed to funding early stage and emerging companies. This exclusive summit will feature a distinguished line up of more than 50 Investors on interactive panels; presentations by more than 50 cutting edge companies seeking funding, and high-level networking opportunities.

GSAS Harvard Biotechnology Club has made special arrangement for our network to receive a special discount of $100 off the current rates.
 
To Register now and receive the special discount as well as take advantage of the Pre-registration savings, use the link below and enter discount code " GSASVIP”: http://bit.ly/1XqDcFH <http://bit.ly/1XqDcFH>
In addition to providing access to leading Investors, the conference will feature more than 50 pre-screened early stage companies seeking capital, and hardcore networking. 
This conference will be attended by the best people in the industry. Please register early to avoid disappointment. 
 
Call for TOP INNOVATORS!
Get Noticed > Get Funded > Grow Faster
 
A select group of more than 50 Top Innovators from the Technology, Life Sciences/Healthcare, CleanTech and Edtech sectors will be chosen to present their breakthrough investment opportunities to an exclusive audience of Venture Capitalists, Private Investors, Investment Bankers, Corporate Investors, and Strategic Partners.
 
Apply to Present / Nominate a company:
For more information or to be considered for one of the Top Innovator slots click here: <http://bit.ly/1XqDcFH>
 
Seed Pitchfest:
If you are a seed stage company seeking angel funding of less than $1M (and have raised less than $300,000) click here <http://t.sidekickopen16.com/e1t/c/5/f18dQhb0S7lC8dDMPbW2n0x6l2B9nMJW7t5XX48qSQBMN1qf-6bd_NB0W1pNgV-56dPp2f16txVg02?t=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youngstartup.com%2Fnewyork2016%2Fpitchfest.php&si=4717845290942464&pi=d8435dde-0d57-4cc0-a334-9612995e8274> to apply for our Seed stage track sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
 
REGISTER NOW and Save!!
 
FEES: Pre-registration savings Available for a limited time!  Use Promotional code "GSASVIP" and receive an extra $100 off.
Entrepreneurs: Regular: $395 | At the Door: $790
Investors: Regular: $495 | At the Door: $990)
Service Providers: Regular: $695 | At the Door: $1,390)
 
Special Thanks to our Sponsors & Industry Partners:
Goodwin Procter LLP, Sheppard Mullin LLP, Pepper Hamilton LLP, National Science Foundation, Morgan Lewis LLP, Leap the Pond, Talentica, Mongotel, Cartika, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause LLP, Motorola Solutions Venture Capital, Robert Bosch Venture Capital, Center for Israeli Innovation, Shufflrr, Arizona Bioindustry Association, National Venture Capital Association, FreeMind, Indiana Health Industry Forum, Angel Resource Institute,  Association of Cleantech Incubators of New England, Startup One Stop, Silicon Valley Startup Incubation and Acceleration, GSAS Harvard Biotech Club, Tech River, California Life Sciences Association, New Hampshire High Tech Council, Matter Chicago, Upstate Venture Connect, Vermont Technology Alliance, Michigan Association for Female Entrepreneurs, Georgia Bio, Innovate Long Island, Clean Energy Business Incubator Program, Life Sciences British Columbia, Startup Chile, Tech at NYU, Digital.NYC., TechMap, Startup Edtech, Springboard Enterprises, Urban Future Lab, Stamford Innovation Center, VC Taskforce, Built In NYC, Cleantech Open, Advanced Technology Development Center, and British Columbia Innovation Council.
GSAS Harvard Biotechnology Club & youngStartup Ventures
 
To inquire about group rates, register by phone or for more information contact:
youngStartup Ventures at 212.202.1002

Site visit to Alnylam Pharmaceuticals

The Harvard Biotech Club has organized an opportunity for those interested in biotech to visit Alnylam Pharmaceuticals in Cambridge, MA. 

Site visit to include:

ï       Four short presentations from senior executives covering Alnylam’s technical platform, pipeline development and clinical aspects.
ï       Two panel discussions sessions – one featuring research scientists and the other featuring people not in research but with a PhD in science.

WHEN: *Wednesday, July 6, 3 - 6 PM* 
(Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to allow for checking in with security.)

WHERE: *Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, 300 Third Street, Cambridge, MA 02142*

Please provide a brief description (few sentences) of why you would like to attend in your RSVP response since space is limited.

Please RSVP here by Thursday, June 30: http://goo.gl/forms/0m2VdBtIQO8QFnKC3 <http://goo.gl/forms/0m2VdBtIQO8QFnKC3> 

Life Science Communications Panel

Thinking about a career in science communications? 
Are you curious what science communications is? 

The Harvard Biotech Club is hosting a Science Communications Panel featuring several experts representing various areas of science communications.

Panel will feature:
Prashanthi Menon, Ph.D.
Medical Associate, Health Science Communications

Ernesto Andrianantoandro, Ph.D.
Scientific Editor, Cell Systems, and Editor, Trends in Biotechnology (Cell Press/Elsevier)

Michael Fiedler, Ph.D.
Associate Scientific Director, Infusion Communications

WHEN: *Tuesday, June 28, 4 - 5 PM*

WHERE: *TMEC 250*, Harvard Medical School, 260 Longwood Ave., Boston MA 02115

Refreshments will be provided! 
Please RSVP here: http://goo.gl/forms/7cXnJ7BpXpZAkHoE2<http://goo.gl/forms/7cXnJ7BpXpZAkHoE2
 

New York Venture Summit * July 20th & 21st, 2016 | Crowne Plaza | New York City *

Call for Top Innovators to present to leading Investors (details below).

GSAS is pleased to announce its sponsorship and invite you to attend New York Venture Summitpresented by youngStartup Ventures.

Special discount.  Use discount code "GSASVIP" and receive 10% off the “early bird” rates.

  

New York

Venture Summit

Where Innovation Meets Capital

 

July 20th & 21st, 2016 | Crowne Plaza | New York City

 

 

Friends,

 Come meet, interact and network with more than 500 VCs, Corporate VCs, angel investors, investment bankers and CEOs of early stage and emerging growth companies at the prestigious New York Venture Summit being held on July 20th – 21st , 2016 at the Crowne Plaza in New York City. Whether you’re a startup seeking capital and exposure, or an investor seeking new deals, The New YorkVenture Summit presented by youngStartup Ventures - is the event of the year you won't want to miss. A highly productive venture conference, The New York Venture Summit is dedicated to showcasing VCs, Corporate VCs and angel investors committed to funding early stage and emerging companies. This exclusive summit will feature a distinguished line up of more than 50 Investors on interactive panelspresentations by more than 50 cutting edge companies seeking funding, and high-level networking opportunities.

 List of VC Speakers & Judges from 2015 Include:

·         Imraan Ahmed, Senior Associate, Radius Ventures

·         Logan Bartlett, Associate, Battery Ventures

·         Marty Bauer, Managing Director, Iron Yard Ventures

·         Gil Beyda, Founder & Managing Partner, Genacast Ventures

·         Greg Bohlen, Managing General Partner, Union Grove Venture Partners

·         Michael Boshammer, Managing Director, T-Venture

·         Todd Breeden, Vice President, StarVest Partners

·         Ari Brettman, Associate, Clarus Ventures

·         Stanley Buchesky, Partner and Founder, The EdTech Fund

·         Carter Caldwell, Principal, Cross Atlantic Capital Partners

·         Max Chee, Partner, Millennium Technology Ventures

·         Elizabeth Chou, Principal, New Markets Venture Partners

·         Daniel Chui, Manager, Verizon Ventures

·         Josh Cohen, Managing Partner & Co-founder, City Light Capital

·         Tom Costin, Principal, Owl Ventures

·         Randall Crowder, Managing Director, TEXO Ventures

·         Rajeev Dadoo, Partner, SR One

·         Sutian Dong , Senior Associate, First Mark Capital

·         Jonathan Drillings, Principal, Comcast Ventures

·         Jim Dugan, CEO and Managing Partner, OCA Ventures

·         Eliot Durbin, General Partner, Boldstart Ventures

·         Imran Eba, Partner, Action Potential Venture Capital

·         Rami Elkhatib, General Partner, Acero Capital

·         Brad Farkas, Partner and Co-Founder, I-Hatch Ventures

·         Rita Ferrandino, Partner, Arc Capital Development

·         Allison Goldberg, Managing Director and Vice President, Time Warner Investments

·         Jay Goldberg, Senior Managing Director, Hudson Ventures

·         Daniel Goldman, Founder, President & CFO, Clean Energy Venture Group

·         Henrik Holland , Venture Principal, Shell Technology Ventures

·         Sachin Jade, Partner, Klifer Capital

·         Douglas Jamison, Managing Director & CEO, Harris & Harris Group

·         Aaron Kantoff, Vice President, Apple Tree Partners

·         Joe King, Managing Director, DuPont Ventures

·         Roman Kikta, Managing Partner, Mobility Ventures

·         David Kirkpatrick, Managing Director, SJF Ventures

·         Jason Klein, Founder & CEO, OnGrid Ventures

·         Sarah Kunst, Venture Partner, Future Perfect Ventures

·         Sharon LaDay, Vice President, Macmillan New Ventures

·         Lisa Lambert, Managing Director, Intel Capital

·         Angela Lee, Founder & CEO, 37 Angels

·         Jennifer Lee, Principal, Learn Capital

·         Jenny Lefcourt , Partner, Freestyle Capital

·         Ross Leimberg, Senior Manager, AbbVie Biotech Ventures

·         Jim Logerfo, Partner, Earthrise Capital

·         Kyle Lui, Principal, DCM Ventures

·         Jiong Ma, Partner, Braemar Energy Ventures

·         Jillian Manus, Founder, Structure Capital

·         Ezra Mehlman, Vice President, Health Enterprise Partners

·         Patricia Nakache, General Partner, Trinity Ventures

·         Ann Partlow, Co-founder/Partner, Earthrise Capital

·         Amit Patel, Principal, Master Owl Venture

·         Ketan Patel, Partner, Fidelity Biosciences

·         Alessandro Piol, Partner and Co-founder , AlphaPrime Ventures

·         Ulrich Quay, Managing Director, BMI i Ventures

·         Gopal Rajaraman , Investment Analyst, Motorola Solutions Venture Capital

·         Tom Rand , Managing Partner, Arctern Ventures

·         Bill Reinisch, Venture Partner, Paladin Capital

·         Aymerik Renard, Director, SanDisk Ventures

·         Evan Renov, Partner, Beechwood Ventures

·         Lisa Rhoads, Managing Director, Easton Capital

·         Steve Sarracino, Founder, Activant Capital Group

·         Claus Schmidt, Managing Director, Robert Bosch Venture Capital

·         Andrew Schoen, Associate, New Enterprise Associates

·         Reese Schroeder, Managing Director, Motorola Solutions Venture Capital

·         Tom Segal, Associate, Rethink Education

·         Stacey Seltzer, Partner, Aisling Capital

·         Clara Sieg, Partner, Revolution Ventures

·         Jeremy Sohn, Venture Partner, MPM Capital

·         Blake Stevens, Senior Associate, Harris & Harris Group

·         Alicia Syrett, Founder & CEO, Pantegrion Capital LLC

·         Bruce Taragin, General Partner, Blumberg Capital

·         Sebastian Titz, Managing Partner, 3M New Ventures

·         Alana Tung, Associate, Time Warner Investments

·         Claude Vachet, Managing Partner, Cycle Capital Management

·         Nic Wetzler, Associate, Augment Ventures

·         Lisa Wu, Vice President, Norwest Venture Partners

·         Greg Zaic, General Partner, Nexus Medical & Technology Capital

·         Tianxiang Zhuo, Managing Partner, Karlin Ventures

·         Alex Zisson, Partner, Thomas, McNerney & Partners

·         Chris Zock, Vice President, Sandbox Industries

·         Seth Zuckerman, Senior Associate, Safeguard Scientifics

 

GSAS has made special arrangement for our network to receive a special discount of 10% off the existing"early bird" rates.

 

To Register now and receive the special discount as well as take advantage of the "Early bird" discount rate, use the link below and enter discount code "GSASVIP”http://bit.ly/1XqDcFH

 

In addition to providing access to leading Investors, the conference will feature more than 50 pre-screened early stage companies seeking capital, and hardcore networking. 

 

This conference will be attended by the best people in the industry. Please register early to avoid disappointment. 

 

 

Call for TOP INNOVATORS!

Get Noticed > Get Funded > Grow Faster

 A select group of more than 50 Top Innovators from the Technology, Life Sciences/Healthcare, CleanTech and Edtech sectors will be chosen to present their breakthrough investment opportunities to an exclusive audience of Venture Capitalists, Private Investors, Investment Bankers, Corporate Investors, and Strategic Partners.

 Apply to Present / Nominate a company:

For more information or to be considered for one of the Top Innovator slots click here.

Seed Pitchfest:

If you are a seed stage company seeking angel funding of less than $1M (and have raised less than $300,000) click here to apply for our Seed stage track sponsored by the National Science Foundation.

 

REGISTER NOW and Save!!

 FEES: "Early bird" registration Savings Available for a limited time!  Use Promotional code "GSASVIP" and receive an extra 10% off.

Entrepreneurs: Regular: $395 | At the Door: $790

Investors: Regular: $495 | At the Door: $990)

Service Providers: Regular: $695 | At the Door: $1,390)

 

Special Thanks to our Sponsors & Industry Partners:

Goodwin Procter LLP, Sheppard Mullin, Pepper Hamilton LLP, National Science Foundation, Morgan Lewis, Mongotel, Motorola Solutions Venture Capital, Robert Bosch Venture Capital, Center for Israeli Innovation, Shufflrr, Arizona Bioindustry Association, National Venture Capital Association, FreeMind, Indiana Health Industry Forum, Angel Resource Institute,  Association of Cleantech Incubators of New England, Startup One Stop, Silicon Valley Startup Incubation and Acceleration, Business Innovation & Growth, GSAS Harvard Biotech Club, and Women's Startup Lab..

 

GSAS Harvard Biotech Club & youngStartup Ventures

 

To inquire about group rates, register by phone or for more information contact:

youngStartup Ventures at 212.202.1002

 

Jackson Laboratory Employer Office Hours - Mon April 4th – 1 to 3pm

Mon April 4th – 1 to 3pm

Explore postdoctoral research opportunities in genomic medicine at the Jackson Laboratory which is recruiting outstanding Postdoctoral Associates for our expanding research campuses in Bar Harbor, Maine, and Farmington, Conn. With over 80 years of cutting edge research in genetics and a promising future in genomic medicine, The Jackson Laboratory has been repeatedly voted among the top 15 “Best Places to work in Academia”. As a Postdoctoral Associate you will contribute to our important mission of discovering precise genomic solutions for disease and empowering the global biomedical community in our shared quest to improve human health. Sign up for a 30-minute time-slot to speak with Heather Dillon in a group of up to five graduate students, and bring your CV! In her current role at The Jackson Laboratory, Heather serves as an ambassador for JAX research and educational programs and assists the laboratory with recruiting research talent. 

Is graduation more than a year or so away? Not sure if Jackson Labs or a postdoc is for you? If so, this event is also an excellent educational opportunity to assist you with exploring this or other postdoctoral possibilities in the future.

GSAS students: Please register through Crimson Careers.

Postdocs: Please register by emailing Maureen Hilton directly at mhilton@fas.harvard.edu – please provide your full name and the 30 minute time slot that works best for your schedule: 1pm, 1:30pm, 2pm, or 2:30pm.

ClearView Healthcare Partners – Connect to ClearView Information Session

ClearView Healthcare Partners will be hosting an information and networking session for candidates interested in Connect to ClearView, our 3-day immersion program for graduate and professional students, on Wednesday, March 2 at 6:00 PM in the Cannon Room, Building C, Harvard Medical School.
 Please RSVP here 
ClearView Healthcare Partners is a premier life sciences consulting firm with offices in Boston and New York City serving clients in the biopharmaceutical, medical device, and diagnostics spaces.  We provide world-class strategic decision-making support across a wide range of business issues.  Our goal is to inform actionable recommendations that allow companies to achieve their business objectives.
 
ClearView represents a unique opportunity for professional growth and client impact.  We are ranked #11 in Vault.com’s Consulting Fifty based on our commitment to training, professional development, and providing meaningful value for our clients.
 
For our Consultant position, we recruit candidates with post-graduate degrees in the life sciences (i.e., Ph.D. or M.D.) who are looking to work in an entrepreneurial environment, interact with a dynamic group of coworkers, and develop a deep understanding of the biopharmaceutical industry.
 
Connect to ClearView is a unique opportunity for advanced degree candidates focused in the life sciences to experience three days as a life sciences strategy consultant and get to know ClearView. ClearView managers will lead teams of graduate and professional students through an engagement based on high impact pharmaceutical development strategy projects.
 
Two separate sessions of the program will take place on June 1 – 3 and July 13 – 15 at our office in Boston.  ClearView will take care of all travel and lodging for non-local participants.
 
Eligibility:
Connect to ClearView is focused on advanced degree candidates (e.g., Ph.D., postdoc, M.D., M.B.A.).  To be eligible for the program, you must meet the following criteria:
                    Dedicated interest and background in the life sciences
                    Aiming to complete your degree by June 2017
                    Seriously considering life sciences consulting as a career option
                    Committed to attending the full 3-day program in June or July
 
How to Apply:
Please apply through our website by uploading your resume and cover letter:
http://www.clearviewhcp.com/careers/apply/current-openings
 
Application Submission Deadline:  11:59 pm EST, March 20, 2016
 
Information Session:
We will be hosting an information and networking session for candidates interested in Connect to ClearView on Wednesday, March 2 at 6:00 PM in the Cannon Room, Building C, Harvard Medical School. 
 
Full-time Application Information:
We will begin receiving applications for the full-time Consultant position in June, and anticipate an application deadline in early August.  Please monitor our website for additional details later in the Spring.
 
Website: www.clearviewhcp.com
Contact: Sarah Bertino

  sarah.bertino@clearviewhcp.com

 

Healthcare & Life Science Markets Discussion (RA Capital and the HBC)

Date: Wednesday March 16th, 2016, 5:00pm

Location: RA Capital Offices (Boston, MA). Specific location details will be provided to confirmed registrants via email.

You’re invited to a special discussion of the healthcare & life science markets co-hosted by RA Capital and the Harvard Biotech Club. RA Capital will introduce you to their scientific approach to investing, walk through their comprehensive landscape maps, and lead the discussion in the underlying science and strategy behind their landscape research. RA Capital Management is a crossover fund manager dedicated to evidence-based investing in public and private healthcare and life science companies that are developing drugs, medical devices, and diagnostics. RA Capital researches high interest therapeutic areas and identifies all the relevant technologies on the market or in development, and uses this understanding of a competitive landscape to produce a vision of how the market will likely unfold, determine how companies are positioned to perform, and convey relevance of data to our investment team.

Space is limited. Please fill out the following registration form and answer the provided questions by March 1st to apply for a spot at the event.http://goo.gl/forms/1H5KmT9flh

Please address all questions to Ms. Katie Maher at kmaher@racap.com

Innovation in Healthcare and Tech Startups

Tue, February 16, 4pm – 5pm

54 Dunster St., Cambridge, MA 02138 (OCS Conference Room) (map)

Please register through Crimson Careers
Are you interested in healthcare? Are you curious about healthcare startups? Come hear from innovators in this space talk about their careers and opportunities that exist within the healthcare innovation landscape. OPEN TO HARVARD STUDENTS ONLY

 

Panelists:

Jerry Genser, Project Leader at Avant-garde Health

Liza Yermakova, Co-Founder at HealthAnchor

Jennifer Hawes, Senior Scientist, Aetion, Inc.

Julia Sanders, New England Market Lead, PatientPing

 

Learn About The Flagship VentureLabs Fellows Program

When: Tuesday, February 16th, 5:30pm-7pm

Where: TMEC 250

Dinner will be provided.

 

We are looking for outstanding scientists, engineers, inventors, and budding entrepreneurs to work hand-in-hand with our seasoned professionals through our unique entrepreneurial Exploration process, with the potential to ultimately produce exciting new ventures. 

The Flagship VentureLabs Fellows program provides an exclusive opportunity for graduating students to gain hands-on experience in Flagship VentureLabs’ approach to company conception, innovation and entrepreneuring. Fellows will work with VentureLabs Partners and Associates on Explorations focused on significant market opportunities, involving the formulation and testing of venture hypotheses around new technological platforms. Each Exploration will have the potential to advance from Exploration to ProtoCompany to a Flagship Ventures backed company.

Details

                 Fellowship runs in two cohorts, each over a 12 week period

                 Cohort 1:  June 6, 2016 – August 26, 2016

                 Cohort 2:  September 12, 2016 – December 2, 2016

                 Fellows will receive a stipend

                 Program takes place at the Flagship VentureLabs offices in Kendall Square, 1 Memorial Dr., 7th floor, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142

About Flagship VentureLabs

Flagship VentureLabs® is the innovation foundry of Flagship Ventures. VentureLabs has been creating breakthrough companies since 2000. It is the first institution dedicated to entrepreneurial innovation, where the acts of discovery, invention and entrepreneuring are performed simultaneously by a world-class team of scientists, innovators and professional entrepreneurs. VentureLabs innovates, invents, launches and builds startups through a unique, systematic approach that produces best-in-class companies. VentureLabs has started over 35 life science and technology companies, including Moderna Therapeutics, Seres Therapeutics, Pronutria Biosciences, Symbiota and Joule Unlimited.

Q&A session with Dr. Ann Kwong Thurs. Jan 7: Why do Innovative Drugs Always Die and Need to be Resurrected?

The Harvard Biotech Club is hosting a talk and Q&A session with Dr. Ann
Kwong, Founder and CEO of Trek Therapeutics and InnovaTID Pharmaceuticals.
She will share her first-hand experiences with the discovery of telaprevir
(VX-950, INCIVEKTM), a protease inhibitor for Genotype 1 HCV infection.

Ann Kwong is an industry leader in antiviral drug discovery with more than
20 years’ experience developing successful drug candidates. She founded the
Infectious Diseases group at Vertex which played a leading role in the
research, development, and commercialization of telaprevir (INCIVEK™), a
HCV protease inhibitor and VX-787, a PB2 influenza virus inhibitor. She is
a founding member of HCV DRAG (HCV Drug Development Advisory Group), a
consortium of industry leaders, clinical trial leaders, and community
representatives.

WHEN: Thursday, January 7th, 5:00 - 6:00 PM

WHERE: TMEC Rm 227, Harvard Medical School, 260 Longwood Ave., Boston MA
02115

Pizza and refreshments will be provided.

Please RSVP here:
http://goo.gl/forms/S38f25phGI

Demystifying Drug Development Series January 13th

*Speaker: *Rich Finnegan, PhD, Head of Program Management, Sanofi-Genzyme
R&D



*Date:* Wed, Jan 13



*Time:* 11:00 am – 12:00 pm (Lunch will be served)


*Venue: *BWH Shapiro Board Room, 70 Francis Street


*Description:* This monthly series consists of interactive discussions with
biopharma R&D professionals, to provide a “behind the scenes” look at how
drug development happens in the private sector. Guests will include MDs and
PhDs in biotech and pharma companies who work across the spectrum of drug
R&D from basic biology to clinical trials. We will also cover how companies
collaborate with academic researchers, and career options for academic
scientists and physicians exploring industry opportunities.


*RSVP to *bwhbri@partners.org (OR) *Register here: *
http://www.brighamandwomens.org/View/EventDetails.aspx?eventID=65395