Graduate Student Career Trek with Ventana/Roche Tissue Diagnostics- Opportunity for Students in Biomedical, Biosciences, and Related Fields

Submitted on September 28, 2016

Graduate Student Career Trek: Ventana Medical Systems/Roche Tissue Diagnostics

Graduate students in biosciences, biomedical sciences, and related fields are invited to attend an exclusive event for UA graduate students to tour the Ventana Medical Systems company site, meet company leaders, and learn about immediate and future opportunities throughout Ventana Medical Systems Inc. Participating students will follow specific tracks related to their discipline and area of interest, and will have the opportunity to speak to some of Ventana’s top scientists and corporate leaders, as well as take a tour of the facility. Light refreshments provided by Ventana Medical Systems. Space is limited, so sign up today!

Date – Friday, October 21, 2016

Program Time – 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 pm. (check in starting 12:30 p.m.)

  • Transportation available via UA Cat Tran – departing from SUMC circle at 11:00 a.m.

Location: Ventana Medical Systems - 1910 E Innovation Park Dr, Tucson, AZ 85755

RSVP Required: Use the following link- http://arizona-csm.symplicity.com/events/ventanatrek16

Note: Attendee’s must RSVP no later than Thursday, October 13th and must sign a non-disclosure agreement that you will receive via email from Ventana as the event nears. Please note space is limited for this event and Cat Tran transportation.

About the Company:

Ventana Medical Systems, Inc., a member of the Roche Group, is a world leader and innovator of tissue-based diagnostic solutions for patients worldwide. Our culture of constant innovation fuels our vision: to empower our customers by providing the highest quality, most innovative cancer diagnostic solutions. We are passionate in our pursuit of diagnostic leadership because when we empower pathology professionals, we improve the outlook for patients.

 

This Career Trek is hosted by UA Career Services in collaboration with the UA Graduate College's Graduate Center and Arizona Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program.