Asia is a region where philosophies of the past and broader views of reality have survived and live today. Because of this, the culture is perhaps more accepting of non-mainstream science and associated beliefs. Paul E. Cizdziel, Ph.D. will discuss what “Edge Science” organizations exist in Japan, cultural influences, and research interests. In addition, he will introduce the SSE-Japan organization describing how they operate, who are the members, what are the activities & interests, and future plans.
Paul has spent over 20 years working in Japan at mostly international bioscience companies in various science and business roles. His academic credentials include an advanced scientific degree (Ph.D.) from the University of Texas in cancer biology, and a business degree (MBA) from SUNY Buffalo. Having previously worked for genomic, proteomic and stem cell technology companies, his current role is focused on the biopharmaceutical industry. At Yokogawa Electric Company, Paul defines and implements commercial plans for new instruments and software systems to improve bioreactor automation and process control used in the manufacture of biologic drugs. Paul organized the SSE Japan Chapter in 2018 and is the acting local Chair.
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Published on January 11, 2022