For the third year in a row, SINAInnovations offered a dynamic program developed uniquely for medical students, graduate students, residents and postdoctoral trainees.
Our program began with a panel of successful entrepreneurs who've pioneered novel innovations in medicine, followed by a lecture mini-series highlighting translational research at Sinai, and, the first-ever, Sinai Young Innovators Pitch Competition. The day concluded with a networking reception where trainees met professionals from a diverse array of healthcare companies.
Program Organizers: Brett Marinelli, MD candidate; Grace Miner, PhD candidate; Kathryn Harper, PhD candidate; Lauren Aguado, PhD candidate; Ryan O’Hanlon, PhD candidate; Dylan Assael, MD candidate; Ricky Joshi, Postdoctoral fellow; Genevieve Galarneau, Postdoctoral fellow
Sponsored by the Postdoc Executive Committee, Women in Science (WiS) and Sinai Biotech Association
Our networking event was designed for students and postdocs to learn about exciting career paths from industry experts. Professionals were seated at tables where they discussed their respective fields and what their jobs entail. Students and postdocs were able to circulate between tables to network and explore a variety of careers involving science, technology and medicine.