Diana Caldwell speaking at 3rd annual KLLC Women’s Empowerment Retreat on March 3rd

kelley-school-of-business diana caldwellOn March 3rd, the Indiana University Kelley Living Learning Center (KLLC) will be hosting their third annual Women’s Empowerment Retreat. This impactful event gives 50 first-year KLLC women an opportunity to network with successful business women and learn how to be a successful female leader. The goal is to build confidence and abilities, and discuss planning, navigating, and recalculating the future. We are proud that our own Pearl IRB President and CEO, Diana Caldwell will speak and share her own lessons learned in business.  Diana will speak to the successes and challenges she experienced starting her own company with the freshman business students attending. This event is by invite only.

Join us for a Kelley School Life Sciences event on February 17

Indiana University’s Kelley School Center for the Business of Life Sciences is hosting a conference titled  2016 Election Effects on Life Sciences and Healthcare.


Now that the winner of the presidential election and composition of the House and Senate has been determined, what will happen next with healthcare reform, regulatory oversight, new product approvals and the pricing of medical products?

Stakeholders and observers will be sharing their thoughts on the next phase of remaking the nation’s healthcare sector.

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This event is part of the Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series. The conference will take place on February 17, 2017 at the One America Tower in downtown Indianapolis.

Pearl IRB is a proud sponsor of the Kelley School Life Sciences series. Please click here to register for the event.

Gretchen Bowker to lecture at Tools & Techniques in Translational Research course

new-ctsi-logoOn November 22nd, Pearl Pathways COO, Gretchen Bowker, MS, RAC, FRAPS will lecture on the topic “Drug Development:  Goin’ to the FDA” for the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) Fall 2016 course – Tools and Techniques in Translational Research.  The course is designed to provide an understanding of the basic technologies and techniques used in translational research today.  Translational Research is the application of basic discovery to human health and disease. Bowker is one of the faculty lecturers helping Purdue, Notre Dame, and IU Bloomington advanced graduate students, clinical and research based postdoctoral fellows gain the skills needed to succeed in translational research.  Check out Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) to learn more about their role in accelerating clinical and translational research.