Mindy Beattie leads the Library & Information Services (LIS) group at Gilead Sciences, Inc. in Foster City, CA. The LIS group supports Gilead users globally with research services and access to databases and journals to enable all colleagues to make informed decisions. Before joining Gilead, Beattie managed teams at two pharmaceutical companies and a chemical company. Beattie holds a MSLS from Catholic University of America and a BA in Library Science and Sociology.
Information Management Roles in Pharmaceutical Companies
Associate Director, Library & Information Sciences, Gilead Sciences
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Time: 5:30pm - 6:30pm Pacific Time
Location: Online via Blackboard Collaborate URL: join live session
You don’t have to be a STEM person to land jobs in the pharmaceutical industry. In fact, pharma companies are looking for a range of LIS skills, ones you can master in your iSchool program. Mindy Beattie, associate director of library & information services at Gilead Sciences, will share how the pharma industry lays out, various roles for information professionals in pharma organizations, skills in demand, and how to get started in an LIS pharma career.
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