Bill Lindstaedt, MS
Mr. Bill Lindstaedt has been helping scientists and engineers make career decisions for over twenty years. Since October 2014 he has served as the Executive Director of the umbrella unit known as Career Advancement, International & Postdoctoral Services (CAIPS), comprised of three offices: The Office of Career and Professional Development, International Students and Scholars Office, and the Postdoc Office at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). In his leadership responsibilities, his career advising work focuses on helping pre-doctoral and post-doctoral research scientists with their career and professional development issues. He has developed particular expertise working with life and health scientists as they transition from academic positions to careers in biotech and other industry settings.
Lindstaedt is a co-author of “myIDP”, a popular career development tool hosted by Science magazine’s careers site. In his one-on-one practice he has developed particular expertise working with life and health scientists as they transition from academic positions to careers in biotech and other non-academic settings.
He holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, and a Master's degree from the joint Counseling Psychology and Higher Education/Student Affairs programs at Indiana University.
Bill has written career-related pieces for the Boston Globe, the Indianapolis Star and Science's Next Wave. His insights have been featured in job market articles in the New York Times, Science Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today, and Newsweek.
Bill Lindstaedt, MS presents...
"Career Corner" Counseling at Scientific Meetings
- Experimental Biology meetings
- ASHG meetings
- Job Hunting in the Biotech Industry
- Compensation Negotiation in an Industry Setting
- myIDP (Interactive Individual Development Plan Workshop)