Grads: Bioscience Careers Seminar, Thursday, March 30th, 5pm-6pm: “From Lab Bench to Bedside and Beyond: Where PhDs Can Fit in Clinical Trials and Drug Development”

The Bioscience Careers Seminar Series Presents:
From Lab Bench to Bedside and Beyond: Where PhDs Can Fit in Clinical Trials and Drug Development”

Tingting Li, Ph.D.
Manager, Biostatistics
Advanced Clinical
Deerfield, IL

Thursday, March 30th, 2017, 5:00-6:00pm
Health Sciences Building, Room T-739

Refreshments Provided

Tingting Li applies her knowledge of drug development to oversee biostatistics activities in clinical trials and manage biostatisticians. Previously, she worked as a director of biostatistics, manager, and project director in the same field. Tingting completed her PhD in Toxicology at University of Washington in 2009 researching the relationship between mercury toxicity to the human central nervous system with Dr. James Wood. Tingting also holds an MPH in Epidemiology from University of Washington, and a BS in Biotechnology from Wuhan University. Tingting plans to talk about career options for bioscience-background PhDs in clinical trials and drug development, transferable skills, such as analytical reasoning, communication and negotiation, which allowed her to pursue her career.

Didn’t make it to a previous talk? Check our website for the video!

This seminar series is only possible because of generous support from the UW Departments of:
Biochemistry, Bioengineering, Biology, Biomedical Informatics & Medical Education, Comparative Medicine, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, Genome Science, Global Health, Immunology, Microbiology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Physiology and Biophysics, the Office of Research and Graduate Education, the Cell and Molecular Biology Training Grant, the Molecular and Cellular Biology Program, the Graduate Program in Neuroscience and the Graduate School. Thank You!


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