I am a life sciences consultant and a career-building resource for anyone seeking to build their consulting skills.
As a life scientist I am also an expert in how life science technologies and practices are applied and deployed.
My clients have included companies, governments, universities, foundations, hospitals, NGOs, the U.S. government and others.
As such, I understand the importance of applying a holistic view of life science, and the challenges faced by life science consultants in today’s rapidly changing world.
I believe the field of life sciences consulting is in critical need of professional development and research to improve its capacity to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
I hope this article will help guide your career in life science.
I am the author of “The Life Science Consultant’s Guide to Career Development” (Mira, 2016).
This book is designed to provide an excellent resource for life science practitioners and career seekers.
This is not a book for those just starting out in life sciences.
Life sciences professionals have the right background and skills to succeed.
If you are looking to expand your life science skills and knowledge, this is the book for you.
For more information on life science consultancies and careers, please visit the Life Science Professionals Network, which includes life science organizations, the American Life Science Council, the Society for Life Sciences Education, and others, and join the discussion on the Life Sciences Professionals Forum.
A special thanks to the Life Scientific Professionals for sponsoring this article.
This article originally appeared in the November 2016 issue of Medical News Now.
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