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Recruiting Scientists: An Employer Perspective
The recruitment market for scientists and other PhDs working at science-focused enterprises is vast and highly competitive. Yet prospects for graduates across many fields of expertise has never been better.

What does it take to prepare for, and succeed in landing a meaningful job in this industry? What are the prospects for current graduates?

Dr. Anne Meyer-Mineris a Scientific Recruiter at STEMCELL Technologies and brings first-hand experience in developing employer partnerships and helping scientists find meaningful jobs in industry. During her graduate degree, she was also an executive lead for the Life Sciences Career Development Society and currently is an active member of the Graduate Career Consortium.

Join us for a lively discussion and Q&A.

Biography

Anne Meyer-Miner is a Scientific Recruiter at STEMCELL Technologies. Originally from New Mexico, Anne recently graduated with her PhD in Molecular Genetics from the University of Toronto in 2021. She worked in a developmental biology lab at the Hospital for Sickkids using zebrafish to study scoliosis. During her graduate degree, she was an executive lead for the Life Sciences Career Development Society and currently is an active member of the Graduate Career Consortium. This extracurricular work began her interest in developing employer partnerships and helping scientists find meaningful jobs in industry. As a Scientific Recruiter specializing in Research & Development, Anne gets to combine her scientific background with her graduate career development interests while matching talented people with meaningful roles at STEMCELL.

Oct 12, 2022 02:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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