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Fundamentals of the Bioscience Industry Program

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    2016-2017 Executive Committee Members

    May 23rd, 2016
    Meet the six members of the 2016-2017 Alumni Network Executive Committee (ANEC). These individuals are dedicated to helping strengthen the connection of program alumni to the Center for Biotechnology’s Fundamentals of the Bioscience Industry Program. Scott Callahan Yamuna Gangadharan, PhD Chendi Gu Yang Liu Denise R. Minton, PhD Kurt Vrancken Below is each new member’s statement of interest. In their own words, they express their vision for the alumni network during their tenure. Scott Callahan I am a fourth year graduate student at Memorial Sloan Kettering and a recent graduate of the Manhattan FOBIP 2016 class. I am very interested in getting involved in ANEC and helping to organize events to continue bringing our great community together. I thoroughly enjoyed the class and I feel one of the biggest strengths of the class was the diversity of experiences and expertise offered by my classmates and the terrific network of recent graduates that have remained involved with the class. I hope to continue these great discussions and many more now that my time in the class has come to a close through informal happy hours and networking events. Yamuna Gangadharan,

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    Careers in Biotech: A Speed Networking Event

    March 18th, 2016
    Interested in learning about all the different fields you can apply your advanced science degree? Join the 2015-16 ANEC in New York City on April 11th for a speed networking event. You'll get the chance to learn about career options from FOBIP alumni working in the fields of equity research, consulting, technology transfer, marketing and business development. Space is very limited! Reserve a spot online by April 8th. Speakers: Adriana Arita, PhD, Associate Consultant, Prescient Healthcare Group Banke Fagbemi, PhD, Product Manager: Women's Health, GenPath: A Division of BioReference Laboratories Yukiji Fujimoto, PhD, Manager, Technology Development, Hospital for Special Surgery Rachel Lane, PhD, Associate Analyst, Biotechnology, H.C. Wainwright & Co., LLC Careers in Biotech: A Speed Networking Event April 11, 2016 6pm - 9pm Woodrow's - 43 Murray Street, NY, NY SOLD OUT! Questions? Contact Wendy Hom (wendyl.hom@gmail.com) or Adriana Vela (vela.adriana@gmail.com) SPEAKER BIOS Adriana Arita, PhD Adriana is currently an Associate Consultant at Prescient Health Care Group. Prior to joining Prescient, Adriana was employed at New York University as a R

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  • News

    Career Opportunity: Scientist at Enzo

    June 20th, 2016
    Enzo Life Sciences is a leading life sciences and biotechnology company focused on harnessing genetic processes to develop research tools, diagnostics and therapeutics and provides reference laboratory services to the medical community. The company looking for an R&D Scientist with a background in Molecular Biology or related scientific field. Full position description below. A PhD in Molecular Biology of related scientific field is required. Ideally candidate will have 3-5 years of related experience – postdoctoral work may be considered related experience. Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter to Jill Zweigbaum, Human Resources Manager at jzweigbaum@enzo.com. Major Responsibilities: This position is responsible for leading efforts to develop new assays for clinical diagnostics, as well as improving existing platforms. The Scientist develops reagents and kits utilized for flow-cytometer, immunohistochemistry, in situhybridization, microplate cytometry, nucleic acid amplification and detection that can be used as readouts for diagnostics. This position will be responsible for developing assay kits suitable for clinical samples (i.e. Blood or

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  • Jobs

    Career Opportunity: Scientist at Enzo

    June 20th, 2016
    Enzo Life Sciences is a leading life sciences and biotechnology company focused on harnessing genetic processes to develop research tools, diagnostics and therapeutics and provides reference laboratory services to the medical community. The company looking for an R&D Scientist with a background in Molecular Biology or related scientific field. Full position description below. A PhD in Molecular Biology of related scientific field is required. Ideally candidate will have 3-5 years of related experience – postdoctoral work may be considered related experience. Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter to Jill Zweigbaum, Human Resources Manager at jzweigbaum@enzo.com. Major Responsibilities: This position is responsible for leading efforts to develop new assays for clinical diagnostics, as well as improving existing platforms. The Scientist develops reagents and kits utilized for flow-cytometer, immunohistochemistry, in situhybridization, microplate cytometry, nucleic acid amplification and detection that can be used as readouts for diagnostics. This position will be responsible for developing assay kits suitable for clinical samples (i.e. Blood or

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    Recommended Readings

    June 10th, 2016
    Recommended Readings - Recent Articles Clinical Trials Series [NEJM] by Janet Woodcock…Jeffrey Drazen Assessing the Gold Standard — Lessons from the History of RCTs [NEJM] by Laura Bothwell…David S. Jones The Changing Face of Clinical Trials: Integrating Randomized Comparative Effectiveness Research with Patient Care [NEJM] by Louis Fiore and Philip Lavori Visualizations That Really Work [HBR] by Scott Berinato Biomarker Tests for Molecularly Targeted Therapies — The Key to Unlocking Precision Medicine [NEJM] by Gary Lyman and Harold Moses Reining in the supersized Phase I cancer trial [Nature Reviews Drug Discovery] by Asher Mullard Pursuit of a perfect insulin [Nature Reviews Drug Discovery] by Alexander Zaykov, John Mayer & Richard DiMarchi Ten years of anti-vascular endothelial growth factor therapy [Nature Reviews Drug Discovery] by  Napoleone Ferrara & Anthony Adamis Convertible visceral fat as a therapeutic target to curb obesity [Nature Reviews Drug Discovery] by  Antonio Giordano, Andrea Frontini & Saverio Cinti Drugging DNA repair [Science] by Stephen Jackson and Thomas Helleday Global Oncology Trend Report - a Review

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  • Events

    Careers in Biotech: A Speed Networking Event

    March 18th, 2016
    Interested in learning about all the different fields you can apply your advanced science degree? Join the 2015-16 ANEC in New York City on April 11th for a speed networking event. You'll get the chance to learn about career options from FOBIP alumni working in the fields of equity research, consulting, technology transfer, marketing and business development. Space is very limited! Reserve a spot online by April 8th. Speakers: Adriana Arita, PhD, Associate Consultant, Prescient Healthcare Group Banke Fagbemi, PhD, Product Manager: Women's Health, GenPath: A Division of BioReference Laboratories Yukiji Fujimoto, PhD, Manager, Technology Development, Hospital for Special Surgery Rachel Lane, PhD, Associate Analyst, Biotechnology, H.C. Wainwright & Co., LLC Careers in Biotech: A Speed Networking Event April 11, 2016 6pm - 9pm Woodrow's - 43 Murray Street, NY, NY SOLD OUT! Questions? Contact Wendy Hom (wendyl.hom@gmail.com) or Adriana Vela (vela.adriana@gmail.com) SPEAKER BIOS Adriana Arita, PhD Adriana is currently an Associate Consultant at Prescient Health Care Group. Prior to joining Prescient, Adriana was employed at New York University as a R

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  • Career Development

    Career Opportunity: Scientist at Enzo

    June 20th, 2016
    Enzo Life Sciences is a leading life sciences and biotechnology company focused on harnessing genetic processes to develop research tools, diagnostics and therapeutics and provides reference laboratory services to the medical community. The company looking for an R&D Scientist with a background in Molecular Biology or related scientific field. Full position description below. A PhD in Molecular Biology of related scientific field is required. Ideally candidate will have 3-5 years of related experience – postdoctoral work may be considered related experience. Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter to Jill Zweigbaum, Human Resources Manager at jzweigbaum@enzo.com. Major Responsibilities: This position is responsible for leading efforts to develop new assays for clinical diagnostics, as well as improving existing platforms. The Scientist develops reagents and kits utilized for flow-cytometer, immunohistochemistry, in situhybridization, microplate cytometry, nucleic acid amplification and detection that can be used as readouts for diagnostics. This position will be responsible for developing assay kits suitable for clinical samples (i.e. Blood or

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  • Articles

    Recommended Readings

    June 10th, 2016
    Recommended Readings - Recent Articles Clinical Trials Series [NEJM] by Janet Woodcock…Jeffrey Drazen Assessing the Gold Standard — Lessons from the History of RCTs [NEJM] by Laura Bothwell…David S. Jones The Changing Face of Clinical Trials: Integrating Randomized Comparative Effectiveness Research with Patient Care [NEJM] by Louis Fiore and Philip Lavori Visualizations That Really Work [HBR] by Scott Berinato Biomarker Tests for Molecularly Targeted Therapies — The Key to Unlocking Precision Medicine [NEJM] by Gary Lyman and Harold Moses Reining in the supersized Phase I cancer trial [Nature Reviews Drug Discovery] by Asher Mullard Pursuit of a perfect insulin [Nature Reviews Drug Discovery] by Alexander Zaykov, John Mayer & Richard DiMarchi Ten years of anti-vascular endothelial growth factor therapy [Nature Reviews Drug Discovery] by  Napoleone Ferrara & Anthony Adamis Convertible visceral fat as a therapeutic target to curb obesity [Nature Reviews Drug Discovery] by  Antonio Giordano, Andrea Frontini & Saverio Cinti Drugging DNA repair [Science] by Stephen Jackson and Thomas Helleday Global Oncology Trend Report - a Review

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