The Scope of Medical Communications: Opportunities for Scientist Writers & the Whitsell Innovations Internship Program
Laura Bisogno, Ph.D.'17, Medical Writer and Consultant, Whitsell Innovations, Inc.
Wondering what to do if the bench isn’t for you? Medical/Scientific Writing is one of the fastest-growing careers for Ph.D.s in the sciences. Would you like a paid, part-time internship to introduce you to this field? If so, please join us to learn about potential careers and a paid internship in medical and scientific communication.
Whitsell Innovations is a certified woman-owned, full-service medical and scientific writing company headquartered in Chapel Hill, NC with writers in 27 US states. Laura Bisogno, Ph.D.'17 (Genetics and Genomics) will speak on “The Scope of Medical Communications.” The presentation will provide an overview of careers for Ph.D.s who are interested in combining their scientific acumen and writing skills. Dr. Bisogno will address medical writing for pharmaceutical, biotech, and device companies, including the documentation required for submissions to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) during the pre-clinical and clinical development process. She will also address how industry clients use medical writers to share clinical data in manuscripts, training materials, and presentations.
Dr. Bisogno will also discuss the Whitsell Innovations Internship Program. This opportunity is an 18-month, part-time, paid internship available to researchers who are interested in a career in medical writing.
This event is part of the Careers Beyond Academia series co-sponsored by the Office of Postdoctoral Services and The Graduate School. Please email email@example.com to register and receive the meeting link.
Professional Development, Careers Beyond Academia, Communication, Professional Adaptability