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Sushi Seminar & Networking Event
April 11, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
American Association Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) & Graduate Business and Consulting Club (GBCC) Present Sushi Seminar & Networking Event with Dr. John Padieri, SymbicBio co-founder & SR Dir of Research
At Symbic Bio, Dr. Paderi has led development of two drug candidates from concept to clinical trials (MODIFY-OA and SHIELD). He has conducted Scientific Advisory Board meetings, fostered relationships with key opinion leaders, managed intellectual property for the company and suggested regulatory strategy and his pharmacology expertise in meetings with the FDA. Before his position at Symic Bio, Dr. Paderi was the Biodesign Innovation Fellow and Co-Founder of Cala Health at Stanford University. He completed his PhD in Bioengineering at Arizona State University and post-doctoral fellowship at Purdue University and Glytrix Inc in West Lafayette, IN.
We will be co-hosting Dr. Paderi for a two-part event in collaboration with the UNC Graduate Business and Consulting Club (GBCC). This event will mirror the structure of our March AAPS event from last year, in which Captain E. Dennis Bashaw from the FDA visited the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy.
Career Networking with Dr. John Paderi
11:00 – 11:45 AM | Beard 105
Join us for a light-hearted networking session with Dr. John Paderi! We can share our research interests in PharmSci over snacking on cookies and refreshments. This is an opportunity to more personally address inquiries you might have about Dr. Paderi’s journey leading drug candidates through the development pipeline. Dr. Jian Liu will also be in attendance along with the UNC AAPS and GBCC leadership.
- Please RSVP here.
- The survey will close next Thursday, April 4that 12:00pm.
- This event is first-sign up, first-serve, as we can only accommodate 10 additional spots. The only way to guarantee a spot is to RSVP.
Seminar ft. Dr. John Paderi of Symic Bio
12:00 – 1:00 PM | Beard 200
Over his research career, Dr. Paderi has been extensively involved in industry and academic drug development, and worked at key stages spanning the knowledge areas of our UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Divisions. In his presentation to our graduate and professional students, we will learn more about how Dr. Paderi has combined basic science, clinical and business methods to identify and address unmet medical needs.
- · Please RSVP here.
- · The survey will close next Thursday, April 4th at 12:00pm.
- · In view of our very special guest, we will be providing sushi platters!