Nov 13: Project Management as a Transferrable Skill

November 8, 2019

Do you find yourself frequently managing projects? Does your title reflect this work? These are questions you might ask yourself if you are a project manager, but have not yet made the leap into official project management. How can these skills take you into different industries such as clinical research, programming, or regulatory and quality?

Register for this Project Management seminar here.

Join us to hear from our panel of experienced speakers who have made the leap from academia to a wide array of project management positions. This diversity of job descriptions can help you envision where you want your career to grow and how project management can help you get there!

Wednesday, November 13, 2019
The Chesterfield, 701 W. Main St, Durham, NC 27701

3:30-4:00 Registration
4:00-4:30 Panel Speeches
4:40-6:00 Structured Discussions

Panelists

Emily Miller PhD, PMP (Panel Facilitator), Project Leader at the Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute.

Kathleen Candando PhD, Research Scientist at Rho.

Jennifer Israel PhD, PMP, Data Scientist and Project Lead at Novozymes.

Patrick Killela PhD, RAC, Quality Assurance Manager in the Office of Regulatory Affairs and Quality, Duke University.

Lauren Lilly Lohmer PhD, Interim lead of Project Management at Nuventra Pharma Sciences.

Abigail McLeod PhD, RAC, Clinical Research Scientist at Impact Pharmaceutical Services.

Ana Sanchez PhD, Director for Discovery Program Management at Locus Biosciences.

Aaron Towers PhD, Feasibility Research Analyst at IQVIA.

Register Today!