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I am responsible for ensuring the success of the product management and product marketing activities for several product and product lines within the company.

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I lead a group of extremely talented scientists who make up the intestinal research group in STEMCELL’s research and development department. We work to develop products and applications that advance the field of intestinal research.

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I am responsible for planning and carrying out all aspects of product strategy. This includes product development, product lifecycle management and product marketing for several scientific teams. I am also involved in the operation of my department and various corporate initiatives. My duties and responsibilities include team leadership and personnel management. On a broader level, I’m also responsible for product development and management, generation and protection of intellectual property and strategic planning.

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As a scientist, it is my role to create and support the scientific products we sell at STEMCELL. This includes being a subject matter expert in a particular field, identifying customer needs in this area, invent/optimize/license products to address this need, and demonstrate that they perform to the company’s high quality standards.

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In this project, DNA barcoding was used to identify species of fish purchased at grocery stores and fish markets to determine if the fish were correctly labelled. The Fall 2017 results can be viewed here.

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As a professor, I teach and lead students in research projects. I am also the Curator in Charge of the collection of Invertebrate Zoology in the Museum of Comparative Zoology. I have two additional titles: Alexander Agassiz Chair and Harvard College Professor. These titles acknowledge the research and teaching I do, and they also provide additional funding for me and my students.

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I am a 6th year PhD student in Biochemistry

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The role of a tissue coordinator is very exciting and engaging. The best part is not knowing what types of challenges or cases you will be working with each day, which makes it interesting.

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Second-year Anthropology PhD student at the University of Toronto

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