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David Silvestre

David Silvestre

Knowledge Transfer Officer at Life Sciences, RISE - University of Liège, Belgium

David spent more than ten years doing translational research in the industry/academia interphase, identyfing new therapeutic targets and developping new drugs.

Then he worked for seven years in different biotech companies as a Scientist and Project Manager to take drugs into the clinic.

At present, he works as a Knowledge Transfer Officer at RISE, the Knowledge Transfer Office at the University of Liège, in Belgium. He helps researchers in the different aspects of translating sicence into solutions: strategic planning of projets, stablishing partnerships with industry, supporting IP protection, among many others .

David is a biotech geek. He enjoys being updated with the tendencies and evolution of the field and advocating among reserachers the opportunities in developping new technologies.

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