The Careers and Academic Liaison Committee (CALC) are planning the annual Careers Fair Event on Wednesday 3rd February 2016, to be hosted at the University of Reading. As well as MSc students, the invitation is extended to final year BSc and PhD students with an interest in pharmaceutical statistics and statistical programming.
The half-day event will include individual company stands, a series of themed presentations and a workshop. Each presentation will be run by a different company, with each company focusing on different elements of the pharmaceutical industry as decided by PSI CALC.
We would also like to invite universities to run a stand to advertise statistical MSc or PhD courses, or university affiliated statistical consulting units, so that students can be made fully aware of their options.
This event is open to all pharmaceutical companies and CROs. This is an excellent opportunity to raise the profile of your company or university with students who are interested in a career in pharmaceutical statistics and for the first time this year we are offering additional sponsorship opportunities. It’s also a chance to network with other companies and with the universities who are training our future statisticians and programmers.
Invitations will be sent out early in November, but if you don’t hear from us and you’d like to request an invitation, or for more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Highlights from the 2015 event can be viewed at the link below:
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