Workforce Issues – Life Sciences Human Capital

Indiana University’s Kelley School Center for the Business of Life Sciences will host a conference titled “Workforce Issues – Life Sciences Human Capital.” The full-day conference will take place on Friday, May 12, 2017 at the Cook Group Headquarters in Bloomington, Indiana.

Overview

Since Indiana is one of the nation’s largest exporters of healthcare products, how can manufacturers across the state attract, maintain and grow their workforce talent to meet the needs of the industry? How can partners in Indiana’s educational systems prepare the workforce of the future? Join stakeholders from both workforce training and acquisition as they discuss current best practices and what lies ahead.

This past May, BioCrossroads and Batelle’s TEConomy Partners affiliate issued the report, Indiana’s Health and Life Sciences Talent and Workforce: Developing Strategies to Compete in a Global Economy. The report detailed that Indiana’s high-skilled work force is above the national average. Additionally, employment is above-national demand for positions in the industry compared to other sectors in the state. Included in the report were four broad strategic priorities to address Indiana’s health and life sciences talent dynamics. This conference will update existing efforts in support of the strategic priorities as well highlight new initiatives to bolster the state’s life sciences human capital.

This event is part of the Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series. Pearl IRB is a proud sponsor of the Kelley School Life Sciences series. Learn more about the conference or register today to join Pearl IRB at the event on May 12.

Pearl Pathways is proud to sponsor Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series

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Pearl Pathways continues to be a proud sponsor of the 2015-2016 Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series, presented by the Kelley School’s Center for the Business of Life Sciences. This is an excellent forum bringing together key players in Indiana’s life science and healthcare arenas for intriguing business discussions on business strategy, solutions and development to promote growth.

Diana Caldwell, President and CEO of Pearl Pathways, shares that “The conferences add value for all of the major life science players in the state. It’s a great means to get us together, hear relevant topics from thought leaders, stay up to date, and network.”

Please joins us for the first conference of the year — The Continuing Disruption of Healthcare and Life Sciences Business Models for panel discussions on Changes in Healthcare and Medical Products “Space” and The Future of Medical Products in an Era of Reform: Implications of Value and Consumerism.

What:          The Continuing Disruption of Healthcare and Life Sciences Business Model

Where:       One America Tower, One American Square, Indianapolis

When:         February 19, 2016

Start 2016 with this on your calendar, please register here. To find out more about the Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series, see this link.

 

Pearl Pathways proudly sponsors Indiana Life Sciences Conference

life sciencesPearl Pathways is a proud sponsor of the 2014-2015 Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series, presented by the Kelley School’s Center for the Business of Life Sciences. This series provides the opportunity for various industry professionals to discuss important business strategies and solutions to promote the advancement of the life sciences field.

Please join us for the first conference of the year on September 12th entitled An Update on the FDA and Global Regulatory Bodies, where a panel of experienced industry professionals will discuss the potential affects of new approval procedures and quality compliance requirements.

 

What: An Update on the FDA and Global Regulatory Bodies

Where: IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law, 530 W. New York Street, Indianapolis

When: September 12, 2014 8:00am-3:15pm

Click here to register for the event.

 

To learn more about the Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series, click here.