JFAR organizes quarterly events that appeal to the specific needs of our early-career HIV/AIDS researchers and clinician-scientists—some centered on specific skills-building; others more socially-oriented, focused on networking, planting seeds for collaboration, and learning from one another. Our most recent event happened in September:
Interviewing for Industry Positions
Here are the slides from Bill's talk: Job Hunting in the Biotech Industry
Also, Sulggi Lee took excellent notes and has kindly written them up to share with you all: Notes
The session included tips about applying for and interviewing for positions in industry, and the transition from an academic training environment to an industry-level position. The presentation was followed by a social hour where attendees encouraged to informally speak with prior UCSF post-graduate trainees now working in positions at Gilead, Roche, and Genentech.