Biotech Career Opportunities in Munich
Join us for this career orientation event, bringing next-generation doctoral, postdoctoral and medical researchers together with biotech companies in the greater Munich area
Date: Wednesday, October 5, 2022
Morning Session: 10:00 - 12:00
Afternoon Session: 14:00 - 16:00
Different companies will present at each session; attendance of both sessions is possible and encouraged.
Venue: BMC – Small Lecture Hall (N02.040) for pitches, BMC Main Foyer for "stations" (Q&A, networking & snacks)
LMU Biomedical Center, Großhaderner Str. 9, 82152 Planegg-Martinsried
Our target audience: doctoral, postdoctoral and medical researchers, clinician scientists, science and medical students interested in the biotech sector.
Our idea is to provide early career scientists with an overview of biotech companies, as inspiration for entrepreneurship goals and as potential employees, while exposing biotech companies – potential employers – to new (international) talent in the field. A win-win situation!
Our focus is on information and interaction: companies introduce themselves with short pitches, after which there will be a get-together with „stations“ to provide opportunity for questions and networking.
Participating companies will be announced soon.
Registration is open: www.bio-m.org/biotech-career-day-2022
Who we are: The Life Science Network is a group of graduate schools and graduate programs affiliated with the LMU, TUM, Helmholtz Zentrum München and Max Planck Institutes in the greater Munich area. The network is committed to creating synergies, strengthening the scientific community by promoting interdisciplinary communication and cooperation as well as organizing events on topics of overall interest and benefit. Together with BioM, this careers event is co-sponsored by the graduate programs of the SFB 1064 Chromatin Dynamics, SFB 1054 Cell Fate Decisions, the Munich Medical Research School, the International Max Planck Research School for Molecular Life Sciences, the LMU Center for Nanoscience and the Gene Center Munich.