You are not sure whether feminno is the right program for you? Then join our info session on May 31 at 5:30 PM in Zoom and learn more about this and other programs dedicated to careers for female scientists and researchers.
Call 5 of feminno has started in Sept 2021 with 17 women from Swiss Universities with a variety of promising start-up ideas. We are half way through the program and learnt about innovation, business canvas, patents, pitching, funding and career engagement. Next on the agenda: Value-based design of a company, negotiation and company visits.
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Dr. Ute Budliger who was coordinating the feminno program is taking a new challenge at Syngenta Crop Protection in Stein. We deeply thank Ute for her passion and engagement building up this vibrant career program.
From October 2020, Dr. Daniela Gunz will take over. Daniela Gunz holds a PhD in biochemistry from the ETH in Zurich. She has 15 years of experience in clinical research and drug development in big pharma with an extensive network in the Swiss clinical research environment. She has been working in a start-up in digital health for the last 6 years, with broad knowledge of the Swiss (health) start-up scene. She now works as student counselor and project manager at the Career Services and at the Student Advisory Services of University of Zurich. She co-founded hermelin gmbh in 2016 and consults in clinical research, digital health and organizational development. Additional assignments include board membership at Women in Digital Health Switzerland, advisory board membership of EUPATI Switzerland and co-lead at MyData Zurich hub.
Successful Innovation. A Guideline for Female Scientists in the Life Sciences at Swiss Universities. Ute Budliger and Melanie Paschke (eds.). With contributions by: Ute Budliger, Manuela Dahinden, Carl Emerson, Roger Gfroerer, Daniela Gunz, Christiane Löwe, Tanja Neve-Seyfarth, Melanie Paschke, Isabelle Siegrist, Carolin Strobl. Zurich-Basel Plant Science Center, 2020. https://doi.org/10.3929/ethz-b-000443822