Start Date :

3/26/2018 - 06.30 PM

   End Date :

3/26/2018 - 08.00 PM

   Location :

UCSC Silicon Valley Extension

   Instructors :

   Cost :


This free evening event is an informal discussion geared towards new or returning students interested in one or more of the Bioscience certificate programs -- Biotechnology and Bioinformatics.  The event begins with a short overview of the job market, career opportunities, and certificate program details followed by an open-floor segment for audience questions.

KIRAN GULATI, MBA, RAB-LA, chair of the Clinical Trials, Regulatory Affairs and Medical Devices Program, is a management consultant with more than 20 years of experience in quality systems and process improvement for the medical device and biotech sectors. Her spring courses include: "Quality Systems for Medical Devices: FDA QSR and ISO 13485" and "Value-Added Quality Audits."

EDWARD ROZHON, Ph.D., chair of the Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, and Clinical Trials Design and Management programs, formerly of Genentech, has had a long career in the biopharmaceutical industry as a contributor to the development of drugs to treat viral and autoimmune diseases, as well as several types of cancer. His spring course is "Drug Development Process."

You are welcome to come by, if you are a new or returning student interested in taking a single fascinating course or planning to pursue a certificate in one or more of the Bioscience programs:
• Biotechnology
• Bioinformatics
• Clinical Trials Design and Management
• Regulatory Affairs
• Medical Devices

You can learn more about the two Bioscience certificate programs—Bioinformatics and Biotechnology—as well as others programs, such as Clinical Trials Design, Regulatory Affairs and Medical Devices here

Additional Info :

No registration fee, but enrollment is encouraged.