How Liberal Arts Grads are Driving Innovation: Featuring John Marlow '90 and Carin Rollins '94

Liberal arts degrees are applicable everywhere and John and Carin are just two examples. They will explain how their experiences at Colgate shaped their careers in biotechnology, brain mapping, and innovation.

Carin Rollins '94
Carin is the founder and chief executive officer of HingeBio, Inc. a bio-tech company headquartered in Burlingame, CA. HingeBio offers a next-generation platform for the development of a new class of flexible, extendible, and cooperatively binding therapeutics and diagnostics. Carin holds her MBA from Stanford. While at Colgate Carin was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, women’s swimming, and participated in the National Institute Health Study Group, which she says was the most influential experience of her undergraduate years. 
 
John Marlow '90
John is the Sr. Vice President, Corporate Development and General Counsel at RingCentral, a leading provider of Cloud Phone Systems. In addition, John is working with BrainSonix on a device that maps the brain through ultrasound waves thus providing less invasive brain surgery and treatment. At last conversation they were in trials focusing on Parkinson’s disease. John holds his JD from the University of California Berkeley and graduated Phi Beta Kappa.

Monday, February 11 at 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Benton Hall, 213 Commons
13 Oak Dr., Hamilton, NY 13346

Topic

Careers and graduate school

Group
Biology Department, Neuroscience Program, Psychology Department, Career Services, Thought Into Action
Contact E-mail

ccs@colgate.edu

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