Career Speaker Series – Shreya Shukla

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Featuring University of Toronto alumnus Shreya Shukla, Director, Research, Notch Therapeutics

Shreya Shukla

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Shreya Shukla is a Co-Founder and Director of Research at Notch Therapeutics, advancing universal iPSC-derived immune cell therapeutic programs from discovery-stage to scale-up. She leads the design and execution of process optimization projects and contributes to IP strategy related to novel platform developments. She also works closely with senior leadership to coordinate the ideation phase and planning of new programs and technologies in the Notch pipeline. Previously, she worked at CCRM as a scientist/entrepreneur/co-inventor in a company incubation team focused on creating and launching Notch Therapeutics. She designed and executed proof-of-concept research studies demonstrating the value proposition of Notch’s Engineered Thymic Niche (ETN) manufacturing platform that catalyzed investment and industry partnerships. She also contributed to Notch’s business development via a breadth of activities spanning KOL outreach, business operations, pipeline development planning, financial tracking, pitch deck creation, IP strategy, investor diligence, partner engagement, start-up team recruitment etc. Shreya completed her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Dr. Peter Zandstra’s stem cell bioengineering laboratory at University of Toronto in Canada and her B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology in USA.

About the series

To what extent can we plan and design our careers? How much depends on our environment, the choices we make, the opportunities that present themselves, the networks we build, and the achievements and failures we experience along the way? The Career Speaker Series will feature speakers who earned a graduate degree and have built interesting careers in regenerative medicine. They will speak about the challenges and opportunities of navigating a career in this emerging industry without a road map. These webinars are for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and research associates in regenerative medicine-related fields.


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