If you are looking forward to a career in biotech, then you are an investor. Sound strange? Not at all--time is money, you are investing your time in a company, and they will pay you in both cash and equity. Life’s not all about money, but all else being equal, you’ll want to think like an investor when considering which stock to buy with your time. 10,000 shares of one company could be worth much more than 30,000 shares of another company, but to know when that’s true, you need to know what questions to ask.
Join fund manager Peter Kolchinsky, PhD '01, managing partner of RA Capital and DMS alum, for a candid discussion of how to intelligently evaluate a job offer in biotech using the framework an investor would use to take risk, reward, time, and dilution into account.

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GSAS Harvard Biotechnology Club