How You Can Achieve Financial Success with Expert Help from ‘The Money Scientist’ Maria James, Ph.D
This week’s episode features Maria James, Ph.D., founder of Pocket of Money LLC and creator of the W.I.S.E. Financial Fitness program. Dr. James shares her journey from studying biology and public health to becoming “The Money Scientist” and empowering individuals to take control of their finances. With over 14 years of experience in building and…Read More
Startups and the Transition from Academia to Entrepreneurship with Ricky Patel, Ph.D.
This episode of the “When Science Speaks” podcast features Ricky Patel, Ph.D., founder and CEO of Point Science Analytics, a startup that simplifies biotech information for investors and consultants. Point Science Analytics aims to filter and curate for investors and consultants in biotech, energy, and new space industries all the information they need to make…Read More
Finding Your Dream Job Outside Academia with Solopreneur Natalia Bielczyk, Ph.D.
Overview In this episode of When Science Speaks, Mark Bayer introduces Dr. Natalia Bielczyk, a career advisor, neuroscientist, author, and blogger, as they discuss how to find a dream career and the changing job market for PhDs. Dr. Bielczyk shares her personal experience of transitioning from academia to entrepreneurship and provides valuable advice to PhD…Read More
Career Development Advice for Academics Looking to Get Promoted or Find Meaningful New Jobs with Tory Wobber, Ph.D.
This episode of the show features Victoria (Tory) Wobber, Ph.D., President of Victoria Wobber Coaching and Consulitng , a Harvard-trained evolutionary biologist and former data scientist and people manager at Facebook and Google. In this episode, we discuss an array of career development issues, including: – Did Tory have mentors, teachers or family members during her…Read More
How Art and Curiosity Can Fuel Innovative Thinking with Dasanj Aberdeen
In this week’s episode featuring Dasanj Aberdeen, a digital product leader and innovation consultant, we discuss a range of issues related to creativity, artistry, and how to consisely present complex issues, including: Dasanj’s background as a self-described “immigrant and global citizen” who embodies “a cross-cultural, cross-geographical perspective” and how it informs her work The benefits…Read More
On the Lookout for Success with Elaine Eisenman, Ph.D.
In this week’s episode, Elaine Eisenman, Ph.D., a seasoned independent Board member, senior executive, educator, and advisor to high growth companies, joins the show to talk about managing the seismic changes affecting work during the pandemic, productive mindsets she’s put to use during the many transition points in her professional journey, and related topics such…Read More
Gen Z Focused Entrepreneurship with Alexandra Debow and Weilyn Chong
On this week’s episode, Alexandra Debow and Weilyn Chong, active, international entrepreneurs also pursuing their undergraduate studies, discuss a range of topics related to starting and nurturing new ventures, including: – Why they’re so passionate about entrepreneurship – Skills and attributes they think are crucial for successful entrepreneurs – How they would recommend those interested…Read More
The Brain Science for Dealing with Disruption with Adriana Vela
On this week’s episode, Adriana Vela, a multiple award-winning market and technology trends expert, strategist, entrepreneur, and certified business and leadership coach, shares her insights about disruptive change and how to handle it. For three decades, Adriana has been an ardent observer of the effects of disruptive change and paradigm shifts, studying behavior trends…Read More
Start-ups and Storytelling with Nathaniel Brooks Horwitz
Nathaniel Brooks Horwitz has had a set of rare experiences – particularly for someone still in the early stages of his career journey. His passion is to develop new medicines. A Principal at RA Capital, a leading biotech venture capital firm in Boston, board member at Synthego Corporation, Quench Bio, GentiBio and others, Nathaniel was…Read More
Art History, Engineering, and Entrepreneurship with Peter Cohan
In today’s episode, management consultant, professor, angel investor, columnist, and book author Peter Cohan joins Mark to discuss a range of interesting topics, including: How he developed his dual interests in art and engineering and whether he sees them as disparate or complementary interests Whether the experience of having a business in his family…Read More