October 22, 2013
Annual life science event to talk workforce challenges
Life science organizations in Greater Cincinnati can learn how to take their workforce to the next level at the 6th annual Blue Ash Life Sciences Collaborative. Dr. O'dell M. Owens, President of Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, will address the unique staffing challenges of life sciences companies. In addition, a panel of life sciences companies will share examples of how they have accomplished their workforce objectives by collaborating with educators.
The Blue Ash Life Sciences Collaborative promotes collaboration between industry partners to identify specific opportunities through its annual events. The events are widely attended by pharmaceutical manufacturers, medical device manufacturers, clinical research firms, bioscience companies and healthcare organizations in Greater Cincinnati. This event is also targeted to those in the education and HR fields and anyone with interest in the workforce development in our region.
Keynote: Dr. O'dell M. Owens, President of Cincinnati State Technical and Community College
Educator Panel Participants:
Moderator: Dorothy Air, Associate VP for Entrepreneurial Affairs and Technology Commercialization, University of Cincinnati, and VP of Operations, CincyTechUSA
Panelists: Brenda Latanza, Manager, Public Workforce Initiatives, Sinclair Community College, Reid Smith, Director, Technology Transfer & Business Partnerships, Miami University, Diane K. Vorbroker, PhD., Program Chairperson for Bioscience Technology, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, and Gigi Meyer Escoe, PhD., Vice Provost for Undergraduate Affairs, University of Cincinnati.
Industry Panel Discussion:
Moderated by Timothy Schroeder, President @ CEO, CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services
Panelists: Frank Zemlan, PhD., CEO, P2D Bioscience, Chris O'Malley, Executive Recruiter, Ethicon, Don Wright, Executive VP & COO, Assurex Health, and Mike Sieron, President & CEO, DG Medical
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