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Richard Moss, Ph.D.
Senior Associate Dean for Basic Research, Biotechnology and Graduate Studies
Executive Director and Co-founder, M.S. in Biotechnology Program
Kurt Zimmerman, M.S.
Director, Industry Engagement for the School of Medicine and Public Health
Director, Master of Science in Biotechnology Program
Natalie Betz, Ph.D.
Associate Director and Faculty Instructor, Master of Science in Biotechnology Program
Bryan Husk, M.A.
Assistant Director, Master of Science in Biotechnology Program
The Master of Science of Biotechnology Program brings together the expertise of the University of Wisconsin's world-class faculty, and the applied experience of the region's most successful biotechnology leaders from private industry.
Natalie Betz, Ph.D.
Associate Director and Faculty Instructor
Master of Science in Biotechnology
Dave Lewis, Ph.D.
Chief Scientific Officer (former)
The M.S. in Biotechnology program has over 300 alumni since its first graduates in 2004.
Each year the value of the alumni network strengthens as more students graduate and grow their careers.
Alumni by Graduating Class:
Faculty Instructors: Charlie Trevor, Ph.D. and Susan LaBelle, M.B.A.
This highly interactive session will focus on Advanced Negotiation strategies that build upon the negotiation frameworks and concepts discussed in previous semesters.
Faculty Instructors: Laura Strong, Ph.D.; Scott Fulton, M.S. and Natalie Betz, Ph.D.
In this two-part class students will give brief presentations of their final capstone research projects. Each student will have 10 minutes to present his/her work using a PowerPoint presentation.
This session will also take place Saturday, April 29 from 8 a.m. to noon to accommodate all the presentations.
Faculty Instructor: Mary Westrick, Ph.D.
This final session will address issues surrounding public perception and effective communication. Students will understand how leaders consider and identify if social and media issues and public influence and its potential influence on their project. Learning objectives include how to manage public expectations and perceptions and how to consider appropriate response to media and public influence.
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