Augusta University Grad Students at GA Bio Summit

Georgia Bio's mission is to advance the growth of Georgia’s life sciences industry and foster strategic partnerships that can create a healthier world. 

Augusta University is a university member of GaBio. Joining GaBio as a student is free. To sign-up, email admin@gabio.org

As a member you will have an opportunity to meet peers who will become colleagues and friends, networking with established leaders of Georgia’s life science industry or listening to subject matter experts.

Our Augusta University Chapter hosts events & opportunities such as: 

  • Small Group Dinner Series with Industry Professionals and AU Alumni
  • Industry Tours (Pharmaceutical and Biomanufacturing Companies) 
  • Professional Development Opportunities (resume writing techniques, mock interviews, panel discussions, workshops, etc.) 
  • Career Fairs (With opportunities in Health IT, Management, Business, Pharmaceutical, and Medical Technology) 
  • Bench to Business Commercialization Series (GaBio Bash) 
  • Volunteer Opportunities (GaBio related events)  

Join GaBio and Our Augusta University Chapter today!


students enjoying activites at GAbio

photo of Sai Karthik Kodeboyina

Sai Karthik Kodeboyina

  • Augusta University GA Bio Chapter Liaison
 

Previous GA Bio Liaisons

  • Candace Poole (2018 -2019)
  • Sarah Sharman (2017-2018) 

A Message From Our Chapter Liaison

I serve as the Georgia Bio (GaBio) academic liaison for Augusta University. I am also part of the The Emerging Leaders Network (ELN), a division of GaBio, devoted to promoting networking between emerging and established professionals within the Georgia Life Sciences Community. ELN provides opportunities for developing industry contacts, mentoring, and career enhancement. Its mission is to serve all life sciences professionals – current and future – who seek to develop professional networks and contacts in Georgia. 

Personally, my involvement with ELN and GABio has been very enriching and has provided me with outstanding career and professional development opportunities.  For example, I had the opportunity to connect with other established professionals and engage in learning opportunities through their programs. The “Small dinner series” provided me with the chance to interact closely with an industry personnel to network and gain insight into their career and career paths. Georgia Bio’s annual career fair was instrumental in expanding my network of industry experts and broadened my knowledge on careers outside academia. Workshops including the career development series focused on preparing students for industry careers through rigorous training on resume writing, gaining contacts and preparing for interviews were very relevant and beneficial.

I absolutely enjoy my association with GaBio and ELN and I highly encourage you,to join the organization to connect, engage and emerge into the leaders of the future.

-- Sai Karthik Kodeboyina