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Learn about careers in science policy and advocacy from a PhD alum!
Career discussion from 11am-12pm in Stanley 482.
Career mentoring/advising sessions from 1:40pm -3:50pm (40 mins, small groups of 3-5 trainees) – location provided after registering.
Bio: Jaime Yassif serves as Vice President of NTI Global Biological Policy and Programs (NTI | bio). In this role she oversees NTI | bio’s work to reduce global catastrophic biological risks, strengthen biosecurity and pandemic preparedness, and drive progress in advancing global health security. Prior to this, Dr. Yassif served as a Program Officer at the Open Philanthropy Project, where she led the initiative on Biosecurity and Pandemic Preparedness. Additionally, Yassif was a Science and Technology Policy Advisor at the U.S. Department of Defense. She earned a Ph.D. in Biophysics from UC Berkeley and an MA in Science and Security from the King’s College London War Studies Department.