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SULS Event - Careers in Life Sciences: Through COVID and Beyond

Careers in Life Sciences:
Through COVID and Beyond
Wednesday, April 7th
5:00 – 6:00 PM ET
Join us for an engaging and interactive discussion as we host a panel of experts from Boston’s growing life sciences industry!

Panelists, including Kendalle Burlin O'Connell, the new President and COO of MassBio, and Meena SubramanyamVP & Global Program Leader, Oncology at Takeda Pharmaceuticals and President of the Board of WEST (Women in the Enterprise of Science & Technology), will discuss life sciences career opportunities, the need in Massachusetts and nationwide for a larger pipeline of qualified life sciences workers with business and legal training, as well as their insights on what the future of life sciences in Massachusetts might look like post-COVID.
This event will also highlight two of Suffolk University’s next-gen master programs creating tomorrow’s leaders:

  • Master of Management Studies (MMS): This degree is ideal for graduates of liberal arts and sciences programs (or those soon to graduate) seeking management knowledge and skills. 
Hear from industry experts:
Kendalle Burlin O'Connell, JD ‘06
President and COO

As President and COO, Kendalle leads the strategic direction, global expansion, and business operations of the organization ensuring that MassBio offers the greatest value to its members and that Massachusetts life sciences companies have the best environment possible to research, develop, and commercialize breakthrough therapies and cures for people around the world who need and deserve them.
Meena Subramanyam, Ph.D.
VP & Global Program Leader, Oncology
Takeda Pharmaceuticals

In addition to her role in overseeing the strategic development of Takeda's lung cancer therapeutic, Alunbrig®, and another pre-clinical stage immunotherapy asset, Meena serves as the President of the Board of WEST (Women in the Enterprise of Science & Technology), a Boston-based non-profit organization focused on the development of early- and mid-stage career women in science and technology.
Renée Landers
Professor of Law, Suffolk University Law School
Academic Director of the MSLL
Director, Health Law Concentration
Prior to joining the faculty at Suffolk Law, Renée served as Deputy General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and as Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Office of Policy Development at the U.S. Department of Justice during the Clinton Administration.
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