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Liazon Corporation, ZeptroMetrix to be featured in UB life sciences career panel

Job seekers will have the opportunity to gain expert advice from industry leaders

Release Date: April 7, 2014

Buffalo, N.Y. – The University at Buffalo’s New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences (CBLS) and Superior Group will partner to host a panel discussion on pursuing a career in life sciences, health care support services and related high-tech fields.

The free event will take place on Thursday, April 24, from 4-5 p.m. in the Zebro Conference Room in the lobby of the Center for Genetics and Pharmacology at 701 Ellicott Street, Buffalo, adjacent to CBLS.

The discussion will cover careers in the high-tech industry and emerging life sciences fields, from entry-level jobs to positions requiring advanced degrees.

Job seekers will have the opportunity to ask questions and gain expert advice from industry leaders. People interested in exploring or furthering a career in these fields should register to attend at lscareers.eventbrite.com.

Steve Kimmel-Hurt, account manager with Superior Group, a global provider of workforce solutions, will moderate the panel.

ZeptoMetrix Corporation, a leading company in the fight against infectious diseases, and Liazon Corporation, a pioneer in creating an employee-centric benefits change marketplace, are just two of the companies that will be participating on the panel.

The discussion is part of the Life Sciences Commercialization Lecture Series, hosted by CBLS. The CBLS mission is to foster economic development by connecting university resources with life sciences and high-tech industry through funding, research and development support, programming and education, with the goal of helping companies find business solutions, accelerate new ideas and grow. Learn more about CBLS at www.bioinformatics.buffalo.edu.

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