What are the career prospects for US-trained scientists in Europe? What are the future trends in recruitment? What are the future possibilities across the EU how might PhD students and post-docs secure them?
Dr. Manolo Castellano is at the leading edge of new career trends by managing Talento Cientifico in his native Spain and in other EU countries. Previously a scientist and researcher in the US at Stanford and Rockefeller University, he currently helps other scientists to expand their professional horizons.
This event is part of our efforts to provide global perspectives on the PhD market. Whether you are a domestic or international student or post-doc, join us and bring your questions!
Dr. Manolo Castellano has spent two decades as a researcher in the USA and Spain, working in the fields of neurodegeneration, audition and diabetes (molecular biology, biochemistry, microscopy, electrophysiology). He later felt a needed to contribute to the world outside the lab. He started a radio program where he interviewed entrepreneurial researchers that had found their pathway beyond Academia. After dozens of interviews, he found the keys to make a professional transition and reinvented himself.
Manolo then developed «Carreras Científicas Alternativas», a platform for the community of researchers interested in non-academic professional careers. A few years later, his competences developed as a career counselor as well as the large number of great scientists I knew along the way, led me to launch «Talento Científico», a recruitment boutique specialized in finding unique technical, scientific and PhD profiles for companies in biotech, agrifood, biomedicine, biopharma, lifescience, health and medical devices.