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Careers Morning - 5th September 2012

A careers morning will be held on 5th September 2012. See below for timetable.


Time

Title

Speaker

09:30-10:15

Imperial College Careers Advisory Service: services offered to Master’s alumni (within 3 years of graduating)

Ms Yasmina Mallam Hassam,
Careers Consultant,
Careers Advisory Service,
Level 5, Sherfield Building,
South Kensington Campus

10:15-11:00

A career as a modeller

Dr. Peter White
Head of Modelling and Economics Unit at Health Protection Agency
and,
Sen. Lecturer, MRC Centre for Outbreak Analysis and Modelling,  Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College London
11:00-11:15
Break


11:15-12:00

A career in global health/public health

Dr. Bhargavi  Rao
Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow
Department Infectious Disease Epidemiology
Imperial College London


12:00-12:45

Working for the World Cancer Research Fund International

Dr. Panagiota (Giota) Mitrou
Deputy Head of Science -Development, Strategy and Programmes
World Cancer Research Fund International

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