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Give back to the life sciences discovery and technology community by volunteering your time and expertise to our dynamic, member-driven organization. SLAS provides opportunities to get involved at many different levels:
Premier members are welcomed to explore potential appointment to one of SLAS’s three councils.
Estimated Time Commitment: 20-30 hours/year
The Knowledge Content and Delivery Council is charged with advancing the Society’s exempt purpose and strategic plan via the development and/or delivery of scientific and educational content to support the SLAS Community on a global scale.
Brian O'Sullivan, HighRes Biosolutions - Chair
Bob Campbell, Twentyeight-seven Therapeutics
Ed Chow, National University of Singapore
Jonathan O'Connell, Dewpoint Therapeutics
Kristen Nailor, Genentech
Glauco Souza, Greiner Bio-One
Dana Vanderwall, Schrödinger
The Membership and Engagement Council is charged with advancing the Society’s exempt purpose and strategic plan by identifying trends and needs in the SLAS Community and among potential customers. The MEC will direct respective committees to respond to support the SLAS Community on a global scale.
Kenda Evans, Agilent - Chair
Mike Biros, Cellerynt Group
Winston Chiu, KU Leuven - Ad-Hoc Member
Avinash Gill, Genentech
Steve McCoy, LabVoice
Kim Titus, Corning Life Sciences - Board Liaison
Holly Yin, City of Hope
Premier members are invited to contribute their expertise to one of SLAS’s eight committees. Click the committee name to read the charter. Estimated Time Commitment: 10-15 hours/year
Discover many ways to use your skills, interests and periods of availability for SLAS that do not require participation on a committee or council:
SLAS is committed to building a community that is welcoming and supportive to all members, regardless of age, race, gender identity or sexual orientation.