B2I Recruitment Information Session, 11 October 2018

Would you like to learn about industry careers by visiting local biotech campuses and make useful connections with industry insiders? Would you like to help your fellow postdocs connect to leading companies in the Bay Area? Then consider joining the UCSF Bridge 2 Industry planning board!

We are actively recruiting new board members and will be holding informal info sessions at Mission Bay and Parnassus next week on Thursday 10/11,  4-5 p.m.

Mission Bay postdocs info session: MH-1405 (Mission Hall ground floor)

Parnassus postdocs info session: Parnassus Library Room #325 (located on 3rd/ground floor)

For any questions, please email [email protected]

We would love to meet you, tell you more about B2I, and answer any questions you might have. Hope to see you there!

Looking forward to networking with you!


NanoTemper Technologies, 19 June 2018


NanoTemper Technologies is a biotechnology company that develops, produces and sells instruments for protein analysis. Founded in 2008 in Munich, it currently has 120 employees in 10 offices around the world including Munich, Germany; Cambridge, UK; Kraków, Poland; Copenhagen, Denmark; South San Francisco and Boston, USA; Sao Paulo, Brazil; St. Petersburg, Russia; Bangalore, India and Beijing, China.


Denali Therapeutics, 17 April 2018

Denali Therapeutics is a Bay Area biotechnology company working to defeat neurodegenerative disease using the latest scientific tools in genetics and translational medicine. Founded in 2015 by former Genentech executives, Denali is currently in the early stages of drug discovery and development but has already set records in funding, pulling in the largest-ever first round of venture capital for a biotech company. Denali’s research areas of interest include Alzheimer’s Disease, ALS, and Parkinson’s Disease. Denali is a fast-growing company and is actively recruiting for multiple positions in both research and development.


Bolt Threads, 20 February 2018

Bolt Threads is a Bay Area biotechnology startup working to create a synthetic version of spider silk grown in yeast. Bolt Thread’s bioengineered silk is used to weave textiles of various tensile strengths and textures, making it incredibly attractive to the clothing and fashion industry. All this exciting work — from a design concept to the custom fiber and weave to a finished product, happens at their facility in Emeryville.