Thank you to all attendees and volunteers of the WIST2013 conference, it was a fantastic event.
This year’s WIST Conference theme was Aspire Attain Ascend. We celebrated AWIS-SD’s 30th anniversary in 2013.
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For a complete program of the WIST2013 conference, click here.
For a complete program of the WIST2011 conference, click here (be patient, it's a large file)
What is the WIST conference?
- A one-day symposium focusing on career and personal development, as well as peer networking
As we enter a new decade now is the opportunity to make positive changes in our careers and lives.
Past workshop topics have been as diverse as networking, negotiation, and effective job search strategies to the business of science, end-to-end drug development and bioinformatics to research and teaching in the academic setting.
Linda received a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of Arizona, Tucson, a M.S. in Toxicology from San Diego State University, Graduate School of Public Health, and a B.A. in Biological Sciences and Chemistry from the University of California Santa Barbara, College of Creative Studies.Read more...
Barbara Davids earned her B.S in Biology from Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame in 1990, and her M.S. (1993) & Ph.D. in Veterinary Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1998.Read more...
Member-at-large and 2013 WIST co-chair
Grace Nakayama, Ph.D. has over 12 years R&D experience in the life sciences industry. Currently, she is managing two oncology programs in clinical development stages as a Program Manager at Biogen Idec. Previously, she led and contributed to early stage drug discovery projects as a Senior Principal Scientist at Pfizer La Jolla.Read more...