Young talents – career opportunities beyond academia
At this seminar PhD students, postdocs and Master´s students in life sciences at UiO and NMBU get the opportunity to create networks outside academia. Only 100 places – the event is now fully booked, but you may sign up for the waiting list.
The event was organized for the first time in 2018. The response was overwhelming and the 100 places were fully booked in a short time both in 2018 and 2019.
The registration opened 15 January 2020 at 8 AM. It is now fully booked.
The seminar consists of three parts
- 1:00 PM–2:30 PM: An inspirational talk and short introductions from people working outside of academia who will tell how they are working and how they got there, see list of speakers below.
- 3:00 PM– 4:30 PM: A speed networking event where students have the opportunity to sit down and talk to companies, see list of companies below.
- 4:30 PM–5:30 PM: A social event with refreshments where students and companies can mingle
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
An inspirational talk and short introductions from people working outside of academia on how they are working and how they got there.
Professor Gro Bjørnerud Mo, Pro-Rector, UiO
Professor Solve Sæbø, Pro-Rector, NMBU
Inspirational talk from Sven Even Borgos, SINTEF Industry
Senior Research Scientist
SINTEF is a broad, multidisciplinary research organisation with in the fields of technology, natural sciences, medicine and social sciences.
Christine Winterstein, Merck Group
Merck Group is a German multinational pharmaceutical, chemical and life sciences company. It is the world's oldest operating chemical and pharmaceutical company.
Tor Espen Thorvaldsen, Biogen
Medical Liaison Manager
Biogen is specializing in the discovery, development, and delivery of therapies for the treatment of neurological diseases.
Tuva Holt Hereng, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Manager Cell Therapy
Thermo Fisher Scientific develops biotechnology products for the genetic testing and precision laboratory equipment marked. Known for the magnetic Dynabeads which is a Norwegian invention.
Maicon Cossa, Yara International
High Value Products Director
Yara International is a Norwegian chemical company. Its largest business area is the production of nitrogen fertilizer.
Hanne Mette Dyrlie Kristensen, The Life Science Cluster
The Life Science Cluster is a network for life science companies and organisations in health, medicine, the marine sector, agriculture and forestry.
Medical doctor, PhD student and Entrepreneur
Chair: Marianne Andenæs
Communications advisor at SiO and senior advisor at the Association of Norwegian Student Welfare Organisations (Samskipnadsrådet)
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Speed networking where you have the opportunity to sit down and talk to companies.
You can meet representatives from:
Abbvie, AstraZeneca, Bama, Bayer, Bellona, Biogen, Cambi, GE Healthcare, Innovation Norway, Insj UiO, Life Science Team, Link Medical, Merck Group, NCE Heidner BioCluster, Norwegian Agricultural Cooperatives, Norwegian Agricultural Extension Service, Norwegian Veterinary Institute, Pfizer, Pubgene, Simula, SINTEF, Takeda, The Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA), The Research Council of Norway, Thermo Fisher Scientific, TINE and Yara.
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Refreshments and mingling
The University of Oslo and the City of Oslo invite all participants of the Oslo Life Science Conference to attend a reception in Oslo City Hall at 19.00 after the main event of the Oslo Life Science Conference 10 February. You may sign up for the reception when you sign up for Young talents.
Pictures and videos from the event i 2019
Swipe on the arrows on the pictures in the image carousel below. Links to videos in the caption for each picture.
The seminar has been developed in close collaboration between UiO:Life Science; NMBU; the PhD organizations at UiO and NMBU, UiODoc and SoDoc; and the career centres at UiO and NMBU.
Career Centre at NMBU