We are delighted to invite you to the second event in the Teamwork Seminar Series, “What Can Academia Learn from Non-Academia? Lessons from an Innovative Biotech Firm” on June 21st from 2:30-3:30 pm. See below for the registration information and to view the announcement flyer.

This university-wide seminar series, hosted by the Team Science Core of NJ ACTS, features experts from industries ranging from athletics to aerospace to learn first-hand about how teams are formed and operate to create successful outcomes. Learning about teamwork from a diversity of perspectives can illuminate new ideas and provide an understanding of intangible aspects of successful teamwork that could potentially translate from other settings to academia.  

Presented by Kate Sasser, PhD, Senior VP and Head of Translational Research at Genmab, Inc., and a panel of Genmab team leaders, the June 21st seminar will focus on how teams are organized and function at an innovative biotechnology firm. Genmab, founded in 1999, has developed next-generation antibody technologies to create multiple approved antibody therapeutics that are then further tested and marketed by its partners.

To register.  After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information for joining the meeting.