Which are the six key skill areas in demand in Life Science and how to acquire these skills?

During this presentation HELIS partners will present their plans for the six skill domains in detail and outline which courses, internships and traineeships will be available during the coming years. The skill domains in demand are Business Development, Good Manufacturing Practice, Evidence Based (Clinical) Testing, Data Analysis and Stewardship, Technology & Life Science and Product & Process design.

Aspiring a career in one of these domains and interested to find out how HELIS Academy can help you find a job through their courses, internships and traineeships? Then join this session!

Alexander Botzki

Health and Life Science Academy

14.20 - 14.50
Hubert Van Eyck room

About the speaker

Alexander is heading the VIB Bioinformatics Core and acts as ELIXIR Training Coordinator for ELIXIR Belgium. To support e-learning within ELIXIR Europe, he is task lead of the e-learning Work Package of the current ELIXIR programme. Prior to his position at the VIB Bioinformatics Core, he was responsible for the roll-out of E-Notebook to VIB’s researchers within 75 research groups. Before joining VIB, Alexander worked on various computational biology projects for Algonomics and DevGen. During his PostDoc at Sanofi Aventis, he executed various virtual screening campaigns on their compound collection. He obtained his doctoral degree at the University of Regensburg, Germany (Prof. Dr. Armin Buschauer) on ‘Structure-based design of hyaluronidase inhibitors’.

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