Saturday 21 January at 6.30 pm to 10.00 pm, Peter Richards Room and Dining Hall
Building Bridges in Medical Sciences (BBMS) Society invites Hughes Hall Biomed students to apply for a place at its black-tie dinner while discovering what is “Legacy” in the context of our lives and in particular, our careers.
The event will feature a keynote talk from Dr Jason Mellad (CEO and Co-Founder, Startcodon), drinks reception, a three-course meal and a networking opportunity.
BBMS prides itself in bridging the gap for students between academia and the world beyond. Expect to meet esteemed guests from academia, industry, start-ups, and policy making to facilitate exchanges.
Limited number of tickets available to HH Biomedical students: To apply, click here
More tickets for the wider Hughes community to be released at a later date.
To Discover more about BBMS, click here.
Queries? contact Chisomo Zimphango (cz366)
We look forward to welcoming you.
Dr Jason Mellad
Jason is a scientist entrepreneur passionate about translating innovative technologies into better patient outcomes. As CEO and co-founder of Start Codon, a Cambridge (UK) – based venture builder, he aims to identify the most disruptive healthcare founders and innovations from across the UK, seed fund them and leverage the exceptional resources of the Cambridge cluster to de-risk and drive the success of their start-ups. Previously he was CEO of Cambridge Epigenetix and Business Development Manager for Horizon Discovery’s diagnostics division. He also served as an associate at Cambridge Enterprise, the technology transfer office of the University of Cambridge.