Representation Matters Speaker Series: Dr. Elisabeth Rutledge

The Biology Department and the Students for Equity and Advocacy in STEM are hosting a seminar with Dr. Elisabeth Rutledge.


Apr6
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
2021-04-06 12:00:00 2021-04-06 13:00:00 Representation Matters Speaker Series: Dr. Elisabeth Rutledge

Elisabeth (Lisa) Rutledge is a Licensing Associate at USC Stevens Center for Innovation, which is the technology transfer office of the university. She is responsible for assessing inventions within the biomedical field, marketing and licensing to external companies, and facilitating patent prosecution. Prior to her time at the Stevens Center, she received her PhD in Development, Stem Cell, and Regenerative Medicine at USC. She investigated mammalian organ systems to understand novel regulators and pathways involved in progenitor populations and developmental processes. Before joining USC, she worked as a research associate at City of Hope in the Cytogenetics Department and earned a degree at Occidental College in Cell and Molecular Biology. 

Please reach out to oasin@oxy.edu for Zoom details.

 

Virtual
America/Los_Angeles public
Location:
Virtual
Event Date: Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Elisabeth (Lisa) Rutledge is a Licensing Associate at USC Stevens Center for Innovation, which is the technology transfer office of the university. She is responsible for assessing inventions within the biomedical field, marketing and licensing to external companies, and facilitating patent prosecution. Prior to her time at the Stevens Center, she received her PhD in Development, Stem Cell, and Regenerative Medicine at USC. She investigated mammalian organ systems to understand novel regulators and pathways involved in progenitor populations and developmental processes. Before joining USC, she worked as a research associate at City of Hope in the Cytogenetics Department and earned a degree at Occidental College in Cell and Molecular Biology. 

Please reach out to oasin@oxy.edu for Zoom details.

 

Sponsored by: Biology
Tags: Academic
Dr. Elisabeth Rutledge in front of plants