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Commercialization of research: An Industry Perspective

February 20, 2017
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Learn from Dr Erik Hadley, Director of Process Development at STEMCELL, about the processes that occur when developing novel research into a commercial product or venture. As part of the session, Erik will explore the contributions of different individuals, in a variety of roles, that are critical for the success of this process.

Dr Hadley is currently the Director of Process Development at STEMCELL, where he oversees the development and maintenance of the manufacturing processes used to make STEMCELL's products.  Prior to his current role, he spent nearly 6 years developing Pluripotent Stem Cell media products in the R&D Department at STEMCELL.  Erik is trained as an organic chemist and loves to practice the art and science of beer brewing in his spare time.

Date/Time: Monday, February 27, from 12pm-1pm 
Location: Bennett Library 7010 (Research Commons)
Register: Register using myInvolvement 

This session is part of the Brown Bag Lunch Series, offered in partnership between the SFU Postdoctoral Fellows Association and the APEX Professional Development Program within the Office of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Fellows. All SFU Postdoctoral Fellows and Graduate Students are invited to attend. 

Please feel free to bring your lunch with you as we explore this topic informally over lunch hour. Coffee will be provided.

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