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Women in Pharma® – Emerging Technologies: Workforce of the Future

Learning Level: Basic/Intermediate
Session Length: 1 hour

Biotech is adapting and evolving to have more automation, digitalization, and We need to be ready for the new challenges that are coming our way and build a skill base needing to support the growing demands globally and focus on entrepreneurial leadership, innovation, and diversity. There are several drivers – Technical skillset gaps, sustainability initiatives, and societal changes that require us to build a new path and take an initiative to build a community that is collaborative and transferring of knowledge in the newness of it all.

The objective of this webinar is how to prepare the current skillsets and workforce to adapt to emerging technologies and build the workforce of the future in a collaborative environment.

Learning Objectives

  1. Upskill the current workforce to meet the current demand (people , process, and technology)
  2. The significance of team-based and multi-disciplinary working, which require ‘intangible skills’, such as, creativity, originality, and problem-solving to complement technical skills
  3. Innovative Leadership – retain ideas & talent



Alice Redmond, PhD

Chief Strategy Officer

James Canterbury

Principal, Consulting
Ernst & Young LLP

Gul Dusi


Megan Baierlein

T-knife Therapeutics

Sneha Patel

Global Head, Vice President, Cell Therapy Manufacturing
Bristol Myers Squibb
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