Kevin H.

Translational Healthcare Portfolio Manager
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About me

Kevin H.
Biology
Biochemistry
Undergraduate
Langwith
2000
United Kingdom

My employment

Translational Healthcare Portfolio Manager
University of Nottingham
United Kingdom
Science and research
Large business (250+ employees)
2019

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A day in the life of a Translational Healthcare Portfolio Manager in the United Kingdom

Briefly describe the organisation you work for

University of Nottingham

What do you do?

I work with a broad portfolio of projects supporting front end innovation and helping those projects to progress along the translational path toward clinical implementation

Reflecting upon your past employment and education, what led you to your current career choice?

Variety of drivers including past experience and interest in early stage translation of research, particularly in higher education

Is your current job sector different from what you thought you would enter when you graduated?

I originally envisaged working in science, but probably not in my current role. My career has evolved as my experience has broadened

Describe your most memorable day at work

So many, it's difficult to choose

What extracurricular activities did you undertake at university and what transferable skills did you develop through these?

UO York Swimming club

What top tips do you have for York students preparing for today’s job market and life after graduation?

See my other tips from previous job role

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