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!

Celia van Gelder
Celia van Gelder

Health and Life Science Academy

11.00 - 11.30
session room 117

About Celia van Gelder

Health and Life Science Academy, Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences
Celia is a chemist by training and obtained her PhD in Biochemistry and Bioinformatics at Radboud University Nijmegen. She is a bioinformatics education manager, coordinator and trainer with extensive experience in initiating and managing bioinformatics education and training projects at institute (Radboud University and Radboudumc), national (Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre (NBIC), Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences (DTL), ELIXIR-Netherlands, BioSB Research School) and international level (ELIXIR Europe Training Platform, GOBLET). Target audiences for her training projects include high school students and teachers, BSc & MSc students, PhD students and other life science researchers. At Radboud University Nijmegen she has been teaching bioinformatics courses to BSc, MSc and PhD students until 2016. Within DTL she is Programme Manager for the DTL Learning programme, that brings together the training expertise of the DTL community with a focus on training in new technologies and in data integration and data stewardship. Within DTL, FAIR data training activities have a prominent place, and one of the projects is Helis Academy, for which DTL is organizing the courses for the Data Analysis and Stewardship theme, together with VIB, TU/e and Maastricht University.

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