PSI ToxSIG Webinar: Beyond the looking glass - Interpreting animal welfare & behaviour by monitoring & assessing mice activity data
Analysing continuously collected locomotive activity data to interpret mice welfare and behaviour.
Chair: Amanda DarekarThe objectives of the Careers and Academic Liaison Committee (CALC) are to promote careers for statisticians and programmers within the pharmaceutical industry, through school and university activities and establishing links with relevant professional groups. By working directly with schools and universities, and via our external Careers website, we provide information to individuals interested in careers as either statisticians or statistical programmers within the industry. Our activities include:
We are always on the lookout for people to help with our initiatives, for example running a workshop in a school, giving a university careers talk or writing a profile about working in the industry. If you are interested in becoming involved in any of our activities and can spare even just a little bit of time, please get in touch with any of the committee.If you have any careers related questions please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Jessica Kendall||CTRU, University of Leeds||MSc subteam|
|Emma Crawford||MSD||MSc subteam, Communications Liaison|
|James Lay-Flurrie||Bayer||BSc subteam, German CALC Liaison|
|Katharine Thorn||GSK||Schools subteam|
|Ian Ratcliffe||Veramed||BSc subteam|
|Rhian Jacob||Roche||BSc subteam|
|Tomas Rouse||AstraZeneca||Webpage Manager|
|Xinyi Zhu||GSK||MSc subteam|
|Abeera Mohammad||Amgen||Schools subteam|
|Michael Seath||Amgen (placement student)||Schools subteam|