STEM Innovators – Meet the women in Queen’s who founded spinout companies

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STEM Innovators – Meet the women in Queen’s University Belfast who founded spinout companies.

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This event is hosted by Queen’s Gender Initiative from Queen’s University Belfast and will feature female STEM Professors who have bridged academic research and the commercial sector through the founding of spinout companies.

Professor Helen McCarthy, founder of pHion Therapeutics, Professor Su Taylor, co-founder of Senengia Ltd and Professor Lorraine Martin co-founder of ProAxsis will share their experiences of translating scientific discoveries to the marketplace in the areas of Nanomedicine, Civil Engineering and Biomarker Assay Development. Professor Nola Hewitt-Dundas, Head of the Management School at Queen’s will discuss the challenges faced by academics, and specifically female academics, in seeking to commercialise their research.

Professor Karen McCloskey, Director of Queen’s Gender Initiative will lead an interactive discussion between the audience and the presenters with the aim of inspiring women in STEM research to explore opportunities at the academia-commercial interface.

This event is suitable for PhD and Masters students, Researchers, Academics, STEM companies and people with an interest in STEM and entrepreneurship.

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2 Queens Quay

Belfast

BT3 9QQ

United Kingdom

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