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Hill-Lopes Scholars Program Women in STEM Wednesdays Career Panel - VIRTUAL

Topic: Integra LifeSciences Career Panel

Join Integra LifeScience Corporate Vice President of Business Development Andrea Caruso, Director of Research and Development Danielle Green, and Senior Scientist in Research and Development Angana Kharge for a special Women in STEM Wednesdays career panel. Andrea, Danielle, and Angana will talk about their work with Integra LifeSciences, a world leader in medical technology.

Andrea Caruso is the Corporate Vice President of Business Development at Integra Lifesciences.  She leads a team that is responsible for the identification, execution, and integration/separation of acquisitions, divestitures and strategic alliances. She joined Integra in 2006 and held various leadership roles in product development and private label business development before joining the corporate development team. Andrea completed her bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering.

Danielle Green is a Director of Research and Development at Integra LifeSciences.  In her role, she is responsible for driving the identification, exploration and investigation of regenerative products, culminating into new product development opportunities.  Danielle works with a team to develop and bring new and innovative tissue technologies to market, with a specific focus on human tissue products.  Danielle completed her BS in Chemical Engineering, PhD in Biomedical Engineering, and an MBA.

Angana Kharge is a Senior Scientist in Research and Development at Integra LifeSciences.  As a technical lead, Angana is responsible for the identification and development of new implantable products/technologies to strengthen Integra’s regenerative product portfolio. Angana has published her research in several peer-reviewed journals and presented at national and international conferences.  Angana completed her BE in Biotechnology, MS and PhD in Biomedical Engineering.  She has most recently completed a High-Potential Women Leaders Program at Stanford University.<

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Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 3:00pm

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Career/Professional Development, Virtual


Academic Affairs, Fisher College of Science and Mathematics

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