In the inaugural series of the Get Science Podcast, we’re focusing on scientific careers of people working in biopharma, and their different paths and opportunities taken as they hunt for potential cures to human disease.
As a young postdoctoral researcher, Megan Robinson expected her career would follow a straight line, rising the ranks as a bench scientist. But nearly two decades later, her career in the pharmaceutical industry has taken winding turns from business consultant to educating key stakeholders about drug discovery. We recently caught up with Robinson, who is Director of R&D Scientific Learning based at Pfizer’s Groton, Connecticut research site, to learn more about her perspective on leaning into your strengths as a scientist.
Take a listen here.