Join us as Dr Caroline Barelle shares her research journey.
Dr Caroline Barelle is the 2021 Entrepreneur in Residence at Queen’s University within the Medicine, Health and Life Sciences Faculty. She is responsible for mentoring and advising researchers on entrepreneurship, spinout opportunities and development of academic-commercial partnerships in the biotech and biopharma industry.
She is the CEO and founder of Elasmogen Ltd, a Biotech company based in Aberdeen that discovers and develops soloMER biologics for the treatment of inflammatory diseases and cancer. Before establishing Elasmogen, she successfully led teams at Wyeth and subsequently Pfizer in Global Bio-therapeutic Technologies, progressing early platform technologies to late stage clinical development. Prior to this she was Alliance and Programs Manager at Haptogen Ltd, and a key part of the acquisition team that successfully exited the business to Wyeth Inc. She has been awarded a prestigious Royal Society of Edinburgh Enterprise Fellowship, is a doctoral graduate from the University of Aberdeen in Biochemistry and an MBA (distinction) from Robert Gordon’s University, Business School. Caroline is a member of the Enterprise Skills and Strategy Board, a Senior Associate for the Entrepreneurial Business School, Edinburgh, and sits on the BBSRC FoF/ SFoF and UKRI FLF review panels.
Join us on Thursday 10th June from 11am - 12pm as she shares her research journey.
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Lecture / Talk / Discussion
The Graduate School
Entrepreneurship Research Thought Leadership