Towards the end of my PhD study, it became clear to me that I want to pursue a career outside of academia. This was largely due to the recent crisis on research funding in Canada. I started exploring various job opportunities that are known to be available to life sciences PhD graduates, including Medical Science Liaisons, Regulatory Affairs, Clinical Research Associates, and Management Consulting. However, like the very nature of scientific discovery itself, I stumbled upon a career path that I never expected: entrepreneurship.
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We are proud to announce our first vendor partnership, Abgent, a global antibody manufacturer with more than 65,000 products.
We are thrilled to be covered in The Globe and Mail as one of the Canadian startups that make biomedical research faster, cheaper, and more accurate.