David Strauss is the CEO and founder of SciCord, an electronic laboratory notebook company. David began his career as an analytical scientist. David created an ELN application which virtually eliminated paper from a world wide pre-clinical organization and was credited with a 30% productivity increase. In this episode he shares his insights into the importance of leaders having patience, staying positive
Kathryn Meurs is a Professor and Associate Dean for Research and Graduate studies at the North Carolina State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Kathryn is a respected and sought out researcher and administrative leader. In this episode she shares her insights into creating ways for people to grow and develop by participating in peer groups. She has helped many students
Sujatha Sonti Ph.D. is a Senior Fellow and VP, Pharmaceutical Development, Product Development & Supply at GSK. She has worked in small biotech and large pharma companies and shares a number of insightful stories in this episode about how she has enhanced leadership skills while developing novel medicines.
Paul Feldman is an experienced pharmaceutical researcher who climbed the corporate ladder in big pharma and biotech to successfully lead in the discovery of new medicines. Paul shares his insights into the importance of having solid data and being persistent in the face of opposition to achieve your goals.
Roberta DeLuca saw a business opportunity in her field of medical technology and capitalized on this business need. She shares how she combined her excitement of medical lab work with an interest in business to found a successful temporary laboratory personnel company. She highlights the importance of leaders setting clear expectations and holding themselves and their team to these.