Zurich Life Science Day 2015: ENERGIZE YOUR CAREER

The Life Science Zurich Young Scientist Network invites you to the 6th edition of the biggest life science career event in Switzerland: the Zurich Life Science Day 2015!
This year, Professor Ingo Potrykus, the inventor of Golden Rice and voted “most influential scientist” from 1995-2005 by Nature Biotechnology, will be the Keynote speaker of an event that will give you the opportunity to ENERGIZE YOUR CAREER.

You will hear about opportunities in Big Pharma, Intellectual Property, Research and Discovery, Academia, Consulting and Start-ups, among many other options. Moreover you will learn about how “headhunters” can help you, how to improve your CV or how to get the most out of a job interview.

Join us on the 12th of February 2015 in the Lichthof of the Irchel Campus at the University of Zurich and be a part of a fulfilling experience of insider talks, a company exhibition, CV checks and plenty of networking opportunities during lunch, coffee breaks and the final apéro.
For more detailed information about the program, participating companies and registration, stay tuned on our website: http://zlsd2015.lszysn.ch
The deadline for the online registration is February 5th. Hurry up and seize the opportunity, as places are limited this year!

Life Science Zurich Young Scientist Network
http://www.lszysn.ch
zlsd15@lszysn.ch

Sascha Feuerhahn
Life Science Zurich Young Scientist Network
(LSZYSN)
University of Zurich
Winterthurerstrasse 190
CH-8057 Zurich
+41 44 63 53479
sascha.feuerhahn@lszysn.ch
http://www.lifescience-youngscientists.uzh.ch

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