Working in Contract Research Organization (CRO) - Biofilm Podcast Clip with Adam Field
Adam Field, a senior scientist at Sygnature Discovery shares his experience working in CRO. Check out the full podcast episode!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Fascination With DRUG DISCOVERY - Biofilm Podcast #11 with Adam Field
Welcome to Biofilm Podcast #11, after a long break I have finally sat down for a conversation with my former graduate student comrade, Adam Field. He is now a Senior Scientist with Sygnature Discovery, a UK-based contract research organization. We speak about his experience in the CRO world, client-centric project management, sustainability of life science research and British sitcoms. Connect with Adam on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aefield/ Check out Sygnature Discovery: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sygnature-discovery/ https://www.sygnaturediscovery.com/ Timecodes: 01:22 Covideo Recommendations 04:37 Differences between US and UK (Cultural, research, business) 19:33 Day-to-day activities in CRO 26:39 Simplifying Drug Discovery 31:45 Efficient Research Data Processing 34:25 Working in CRO vs Pharma 37:24 CRO's impact on Patients 40:29 Adam's leap from PhD work 46:32 Sustainability Practices in Research--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Small Things, Make a Big Difference - Adam Field (Chelsea FC)
Business Marketing Finance
My next guest has spent the last 13 years, leading global marketing teams for big brands such as Nike, Pokerstars and Havas Media, Head of Global Fan Engagement at Chelsea FC, Welcome, Adam Field to the Business Marketing finance podcast. “Leverage the power of the audience data available” MORE SPECIFICALLY, ON THIS EPISODE OF BUSINESS MARKETING FINANCE PODCAST WITH ADAM FIELD, YOU’LL LEARN: How he got to work for Facebook in its infancy stage How he restablished expectations and then set up his teams to be able to deliver How he created business models, teams and strategies for some of the biggest brands today How he engages audiences and customer brands Why networking at events could lead to your dream job How your work can help you to be headhunted How he uses influencers and Chelsea FC’s Football players brands What new tech he is most excited about right now To get in touch with Adam Field: LinkedIn : AdamField83 ENJOY THE PODCAST? PLEASE SUPPORT THIS SHOW BY TELLING YOUR FRIENDS AND SHARING ONLINE: Listen, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify podcasts or Google podcasts. If you know anyone who would enjoy this episode, please pass this link along to them as well. BMF Website: www.businessmarketingfinance.com Follow Us On Instagram & Facebook: @businessmarketingfinance Want to learn about ways you can earn a new income stream? Get my book "30 Passive Income Ideas - 2019 Edition" on Amazon Are you on Hoopla Digital? Listen to 30 Passive Income Ideas Audiobook for FREE Here--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bmfonline/message
What Pottery Can Tell Us About Culture, With Adam Field | The Dave Chang Show
The Dave Chang Show
Dave shares his thoughts on sushi etiquette and respecting the craftsmanship behind food (1:15) before sitting down with renowned potter Adam Field to discuss the history of Korean pottery and what the art of ceramics says about culture (11:22).
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Getting All You Can From Workshops | Adam Field | Episode 267
The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft
Adam Field is fascinated with antique artifacts, the way they can speak of mastery of lost peoples, places, and cultures. This inspires Adam to create works that both radiate history and capture his own place and time. Adam's works toward a clean aesthetic that celebrates the masterful simplicity of antique Far Eastern pottery, while retaining the modest utility of colonial American wares. The surface of Adam's pottery is meticulously carved with intricate designs that borrow from nature and incorporate the human touch. Much of the carving on Adam's work is informed by the pattern languages found in indigenous fiber art, such as Hawaiian tapa, Incan cordage and Zulu basketry.