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Faculty Spotlight: Cesar de la Fuente

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Faculty Spotlight: Will Bailis

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July 3, 2019

Dr. Rachel Leibman graduated from CAMB (Microbiology, Virology, and Parasitology) in 2017 after completing her training in Dr. Jim Riley’s laboratory. After two years in her current position as a Clinical Scientist, she is excited to share her experience with current students, and tell us how CAMB graduates are undoubtedly qualified for this translational-focused field.

Rachel works for Stemcentrx, an oncology biotech startup acquired by AbbVie, a global pharmaceutical company and spin-off of Abbott Laboratories. As a Clinical Scientist, she supports clinical trials and clinical program development. Rachel describes herself as the right-hand woman to the M...

November 27, 2018

Dr. Skye Geherin describes herself as a scientific translator. The CAMB (Microbiology, Virology, and Parasitology) 2014 alumna and former student of Dr. Gudrun Philomena Fiona Debes is the Associate Director of Scientific Communications and a Senior Medical Writer at the Vaniam Group, a virtual network of healthcare and communications agencies.

The Vaniam Group provides four services: strategic consulting, external expert engagement, insights gathering initiatives, and scientific communications. In essence, the agency partners with pharmaceutical companies or biotech devices to help them publish their data. Skye reviews the client’s raw data and translates...

March 1, 2018

Dr. Samantha Falk, CAMB (G&E) 2016 alumnus and former student of Dr. Ben Black, loves her new job. She learns about cutting-edge science, daily. She collaborates with industry insiders and diverse professionals, constantly. She works from home, frequently. It’s creative, interactive, engaging. Most likely, you’ve heard of it already. She is a medical writer for the Scientific Pathways medical writing agency (Hamilton, NJ), which is owned by Nucleus Global, a UK-based group of medical communications agencies.

Scientific Pathways and Nucleus Global call on their teams to act as scientific resources for clients, providing consulting and generating deliverable...

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