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08 - 23 Apr 2021


8:00 am - 6:00 pm

IMNIS mentoring program 2021

Calling all PhD Students!

The Hudson Education and Training Committee, with the support of Liz Hartland, will host up to 10 students in the 2021-2022 IMNIS mentoring program. The 2020-2021 Hudson – IMNIS program was very popular with participants and has been highly successful.

The program connects motivated PhD students in science with outstanding high-level industry leaders in a one year industry mentoring program and is an excellent opportunity for PhD students to gain insights into the Australia med-tech and pharma industries. The mentors paired with students are people with interesting and high level roles in Australian companies, CEOs and general managers.

Photo Featured | Our 2020 IMNIS cohort taken from a zoom call.

Feedback from the 2020 IMNIS Mentoring Program

” Very lucky and grateful for the pairing and experience”

“Mentors are bringing really good information and very engaged in helping and advising, providing agendas. I feel like we are making real progress.”

“Lots of insights into commercialistion and industry, good pairing for my interests and helping me with job interviews.”

“Before applying, I didn’t know exactly how good it could be! “

To be eligible students must have passed their PhD confirmation and be able to participate in the full 12-month mentoring program.

As part of the EOI students should obtain written approval from their supervisor by email and attach this to their application.

Applications are now open and will close  Friday, 23 April 2021 | 5pm.

Participants will be selected based on the most suitable EOI responses.

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