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From the Bench to the C-suite: Dr Lauren Giorgio

From the Bench to the C-suite: Dr Lauren Giorgio

Dr Lauren Giorgio is an accomplished scientist and company executive, with experience in identifying commercial opportunities from academic research and building teams and strategies to drive commercialisation. She is also a strongly committed IMNIS mentor with the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering’s Industry Mentoring Network in STEM. For National Science Week this year, we […]

Mentee-Mentor Perspective – Kerry Hegarty & Riley Morro

Mentee-Mentor Perspective – Kerry Hegarty & Riley Morrow

Kerry and Riley describe their IMNIS experience as an historical play, with each reflecting on their experience chronologically. It was developed iteratively, with Riley kicking off first, then back and forth between the pair.  The process allowed both parties to remember the IMNIS experience and reflect on the benefits and challenges. Riley – February-March, 2018 […]

Turning challenge into opportunity: Catherine Lopes

Turning challenge into opportunity: Catherine Lopes

A global pandemic is a unique challenge we are all facing together. Dr Catherine Lopes is a strongly committed IMNIS mentor in medtech-pharma in Melbourne. We invited Catherine to share her advice for PhD students and early-career researchers to help them manage and navigate this hurdle.   Maintain focus, adjust expectations, identify a project.   […]

Turning challenge into opportunity: Sophie Mepham

Turning challenge into opportunity: Sophie Mepham

A global pandemic is a unique challenge we are all facing together. Dr Sophie Mepham is a strongly committed IMNIS mentor in medtech-pharma in Melbourne. We invited Sophie to share her advice for PhD students and early-career researchers to help them manage and navigate this hurdle. Stay informed, keep learning, stay resilient In these challenging […]

Turning challenge into opportunity: Kelly Nam

Turning challenge into opportunity: Kelly Nam

A global pandemic is a unique challenge we are all facing together. Kelly Nam is a PhD student at the University of Adelaide and a strongly committed IMNIS mentee. We invited Kelly to interview and share how she has been managing and navigating this hurdle. My research has been based on analysing data, but I […]