Trainee Forum and Networking Reception

The 5th annual SINAInnovations Trainee Forum and Networking Reception will take place on October 17, 2017.

Davis Conference Center

Leon and Norma Hess Center for Science and Medicine

1470 Madison Avenue

New York, NY 10029

 

The 2016 SINAInnovations Trainee Forum and Networking Reception was highly interactive and tailored specifically for graduate and medical students, residents, and post-doctoral fellows. The program started with a series of breakout sessions detailing the many steps involved in bringing novel therapeutics to market, followed by a lecture from a true academic entrepreneur. This year we hosted the 2nd Annual Young Innovators Pitch Competition. The day concluded with a networking reception where trainees met professionals from a variety of industries and learned about available resources for entrepreneurs.

Networking Reception

Our networking reception is designed for students and post-doctoral fellows to learn about a variety of career paths from industry experts.  We also held the first ever Entrepreneurship Resources Fair to acquaint trainees with the many entrepreneurship resources at Mount Sinai and in New York City. Various industry professionals and resources were available to discuss their fields and what their jobs entail. Trainees circulated and explored different careers, and learned about the resources available for their entrepreneurial endeavors.

Our Sponsors

Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

At the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, we are deeply invested in cultivating the next generation of scientists and health professionals who make a profound impact on human health, locally and globally.

 

Program Organizers: Grace Miner PhD candidate; Genevieve Galarneau, Post-doctoral fellow; Shuang Wang (Sammi), Post-doctoral fellow; Sandhya Chandrasekaran, MD/PhD candidate; Ryan O’Hanlon, PhD candidate; Madalina Sucala, Post-doctoral fellow; Katya Vaydylevich, PhD candidate

Event Hosts: Sinai Biotech Association, Postdoc Executive Committee, and Women in Science