Alumni share opportunities

from their current companies or organizations

Renato Bauer (PhD’11 Chemistry) Senior Research Scientist, Discovery Chemistry Research and Technology at Eli Lilly, who was in the Cornell Chemical Biology Interface Program, shares job openings for skilled and motivated chemists who are interested in defining and solving challenging problems as part of a multidisciplinary team. The PhD level positions are in Discovery Chemistry Research and Technology, the medicinal chemistry department (San Diego and Indianapolis), and in Small Molecule Design and Development, the process chemistry department. Eli Lilly is particularly interested in scientists who combine multiple skills, including synthesis and computational methods, in innovative ways to unlock key discoveries.  Register now for the Aug 6 info session that will provide guidelines on interviewing, insights into Lilly’s interviewing process and entertain your questions for a lively discussion.

PhD alumna Zhen Tong shares job opportunity as Co-Op Position in Manufacturing Science & Technology, Bristol Myers Squibb (Devens, MA) a recognized leader in our industry and, as Diversified Specialty BioPharma Company, have a clear mission to discover, develop and deliver innovative medicines that help patients prevail over serious diseases. Patients are at the center of everything we do. Our culture thrives on the passion, support and collaboration of diverse, smart, talented and valued colleagues across the globe.
This specific Co-Op position (July-Dec 2020) will be based in Bioprocess Technology group within MS&T. You will contribute to the characterization of process parameters (cell culture & protein purification) on critical quality attributes including charge variant distribution of a commercial biologic drug product using high throughput screening systems such as Ambr and Tecan. The successful candidate will be responsible for designing, executing and troubleshooting bioreactor and chromatography runs. He/she will coordinate with analytical groups for sample submission, testing and data recording. He/she will also be responsible for data interpretation, discussion, presentation and revise/optimize experimental design as applicable.
Please email your resume directly to if you are interested. Due to the COVID-19 impact, if applicable please check with ISSO for your visa status (e.g. CPT) to be able to start the program in July. Advanced degrees (Master & PhD) are preferred.

Frank He PhD ’18, a former participant, is seeking a highly motivated Computational Biologist at LifeCanvas Technologies, an MIT startup in Boston. The company is tackling problems that span a variety of domains: image analysis, big data and machine learning to achieve user-friendly, robust and scalable solutions for their tissue-processing platform. Please contact to talk about LifeCanvas Technologies.

Alumna Marsha Lampi, Freelance Editor with BioScience Writers and Lecturer with the Division of Undergraduate Programs and Student Success at the University of Huston Cullen College of Engineering, shared these job opportunities with Bioscience Writers: a full-time Client Service Consultant and flexible Contract Scientific Editors and Writers with remote work. Visit the BioScience Writers job page.

PhD alumna in Materials Science Abby Goldman shared a posting at the Science and Technology Policy Institute for a summer associate position for grad students from a variety of disciplines including computer science, infotech, math, chem, physics, operations research, aero/astronautical engineering, MechE or electrical engineering, as well as materials science, international relations, policy studies, social & behavioral sci., statistics, finance, and economics.

After working for three years at Syntax, PhD alumna Jocelyn Marshall, Medical Communications Specialist at Biolumina, shared opportunities in medical or regulatory writing at her company in NYC and asked us to distribute them to participants interested in science communication. If you are interested in becoming a Medical Writer or Regulatory Writer feel free to reach out to her for advice!