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Industry career conference in NY (free)

Postby Kevin Foley » Wed Sep 20, 2006 6:48 pm

Don't know anything about this, but thought it might be of interest:

5th Annual Life Sciences Industry Career Conference - Developing Strategic Skills for a Successful Career in Industry

Tuesday October 3, 2006
Stony Brook Manhattan
401 Park Avenue South
New York, New York

Annual Life Sciences Industry Career Conference is the premier event in New York State for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows interested in exploring careers in the life sciences industry. Through provocative discussions and intellectual exchange, this conference will provide invaluable insights into the challenges and rewards professionals in these career pathways face in the dynamic life sciences industry. Pre-registration on line is required to reserve a seat. Complimentary registration for graduate students and Post-docs.

Visit the conference website for more information:
http://www.biotech.sunysb.edu/educWork/career2006/index.html

Conference organized by the Center for Biotechnology
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