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Carissa Fish

Carissa was formerly the Customer Service Supervisor at Addgene, leading the administrative team and managing cross-team projects. She has since moved to sunny San Diego where she works as a Project Manager and a Lifestyle Wellness Educator.

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How to Lead a Great Meeting

Posted by Carissa Fish on Feb 9, 2016 10:30:00 AM

Meetings often get a bad rap as annoying interruptions to our “real” work. However, a well-run meeting can have quite the opposite effect. A great meeting should produce collaboration - a sense of dialogue and community among participants, clarification - new and useful information, and invigoration - a renewed energy for continuing the project after leaving the meeting. Follow the tips below to learn how you can run a top-notch meeting.

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Topics: Career, Inside Addgene, Career Readiness

Why Do I Need an MTA Anyway?

Posted by Carissa Fish on May 1, 2014 4:23:00 PM

We understand - you’re a busy scientist working hard on research, and you need the right experimental materials. Who has time for paperwork? Here’s why a Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) matters:

Science thrives on collaboration (it’s the heart and soul of Addgene’s mission), but legal complexities can arise when scientists are sharing their materials. Questions about intellectual property rights, pending publications, and commercial use often come up. An MTA can resolve those questions! MTAs protect you and your institution, and almost all universities and institutions require them for material transfers.

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Topics: Scientific Sharing, Inside Addgene

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