Early career social scientists: The case for working in start-ups

21st October 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Early-stage start-ups represent fertile testing ground for applications of, and contributions to, social science research.

This session will focus on the ways in which social science research skills are relevant and valuable to start-ups – with reflections from social scientists playing prominent roles in start-ups, and discussion about the transition from academia to industry, with particular focus on guidance for early career researchers.


– Anja Maerz – Lead User Researcher at Babylon Health

– Andre Richter – Senior Data Scientist at Just Eat

– Anna Hushlak – Chief Product Officer at Ferly

– John Blythe – Head of Behavioural Science at Cybsafe


21st October 2020
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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