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    International Symposium organized by the Students of the Graduate School of Life Sciences

    We are proud to present you a novel institution of the GSLS symposium

    The career session

    This session provides information to PhD students about their future career opportunities in academic research, industry and other fields such as consulting. You will get acquainted to successful representatives of these fields and will have the chance to ask them personal questions about their CV, their professional choices, their work-life-balance and so on. Don't miss out on this important input for you own future!

    Our guests for this session are the following:

     

    Marcela Fajardo-Moser

    Project manager at the DZHI in Würzburg, Germany

     

    Thomas Hanke

    Sourcing Director of the Biopharm Research Unit at Novo Nordisk in Bagsvaerd, Denmark

     

    Caroline Kisker

    Group Leader and Head of the Structural Biology Division at the Rudolf Virchow Center for Experimental Biomedicine in Würzburg, Germany

     

    Christian Pawlu

    Associate Principal at McKinsey&Company, Office in Munich

     

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