Scientists in Start-Ups Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 3:30pm S120 Starzl Biomedical Science Tower

Date: 
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 3:30pm
Location: 
S120 Starzl Biomedical Science Tower

As a scientist, you have experience working in a team environment, a wealth of knowledge in your discipline, and the ability to communicate your science. Learn how to leverage these skills and your current training experience in a start-up or small company.

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Speakers

Job Talks Speaker - Babs CarryerBabs Carryer is Director of Education & Outreach for the University of Pittsburgh’s Innovation Institute. Her role encompasses programs to encourage and support innovation and entrepreneurship across campus to all students, faculty, researchers and clinicians. Babs has given talks and seminars on entrepreneurship around the world including Portugal, Turkey, Algeria, and Brazil. She developed and ran for two years the “Lab to Market” seminar for hundreds of Fulbright Scholars. Babs is a serial entrepreneur, writer and educator. She blogs about entrepreneurship on NewVenturist. For 15 years, Babs helped to build the entrepreneurial ecosystem at Carnegie Mellon University. As President of Carryer Consulting, Babs has worked with hundreds of companies and startups to grow their businesses. Babs is a co-founder of LaunchCyte, with a portfolio of five companies which have commercialized university technologies into marketplace products. She is a co-founder of the Pittsburgh Chapter of Women in Bio and is current President of the local chapter of Sisters in Crime. Babs has a Masters in Public Management from Heinz College at CMU and a BA from Mills College in CA.

Babs is author of a startup murder mystery HD66 – search for a cure, or a killer? and Startup Briefs, the ultimate no-holds-barred guide to startastartup, both of which are available on Amazon and on her website

Noah Snyder, PhD
Co-founder and CEO

Interphase Materials

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