Janssen North America science chief will share career lessons at Gilbert Lecture

by twmeyer

Anastasia Daifotis ’82 will share a lookback on her career when she presents “MENTORS AND DETOURS: CAREER LESSONS AFTER 25 YEARS IN PHARMA AND BIOTECH.” This installation in the Gilbert Lecture Series will be held on Thursday, October 26 in Thomas Laboratory 003 from 4-5pm and is free and open to the university community and the public.

As Chief Scientific Officer, North America for Janssen Scientific Affairs, Daifotis sets the medical strategy for the company and plays a key role in shaping overall business strategy.

The Office of Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations supports the Department of Molecular Biology by helping to bring industry researchers and experts at all stages of their careers to campus to share their experience with faculty and students. 

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