Careers in Bioinformatics and Business Consulting
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Please visit the AAAS Career Discussion Forum during our special Guest Adviser week of July 17th. This week, we have two consultants with us who will address your questions and career interests in consulting careers. Both Dr. John Greene and Dr. Clare Ozawa are with us all week,
ready to answer your questions and to discuss their mutual areas of expertise. Dr. Ozawa will be responding to questions about the field of business consulting. As an in-house expert at McKinsey, Clare Ozawa took an unusal turn with her career (after a PhD in Neurosciences from Stanford). This led her away from the bench and into a role at one of the world's best-known consulting firms, where she is an Engagement Manager for the company. Many people who are targeting consulting careers know about McKinsey and their reputation for hiring large numbers of MBA's and PhD's. Clare will help us make sense of what the career track is like inside this company and others like it.
Dr. Greene is a scientist and well-known expert in the field of bioinformatics, and he serves as the director of this practice area for
SRA International. SRA is a leading provider of information technology services and solutions - including strategic consulting; systems design, development, and integration; and outsourcing and managed services - to clients in national security, civil government, and health care and public health markets. Obviously, informatics is critical to their client base, and Dr. Greene manages this part of the consulting practice. He will answer your questions about bioinformatics
careers now and into the future.
The AAAS Science Careers Discussion Forum is a unique resource for scientists. Please visit us and join the community for a question or two this week to our two consulting experts.
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