Biotechnology Networking Night

Biotechnology Networking Night
students in the biotechnology innovation center at UNH Manchester

Discover Biotechnology

Wednesday, April 26 | 5:30 – 8 p.m.
UNH Manchester | 88 Commercial Street, Manchester, NH


Join us for an evening of refreshments and networking with New Hampshire’s biotechnology community, from industry to academia. Connect with fellow biotech pros and faculty, learn about UNH Manchester’s Millyard Scholars program and hear from UNH’s 2022 Emerging Scientist recipient Kelsie Duggan '20, '21G, biotechnology alumna and gene therapy quality control associate at Sarepta Therapeutics. We hope to see you there.



5:30–6:15 p.m.  Check in, mingle and explore a showcase of UNH Manchester’s Millyard Scholars Program, which provides scholarships and research opportunities to exceptional incoming students interested in careers in biotechnology.

6:15–6:30 p.m.   Welcome from UNH Manchester Dean Mike Decelle ’81

6:30–6:45 p.m.        Presentation by UNH's 2022 Emerging Scientist Award recipient, Kelsie Duggan '21, '22G. Kelsie is an alumna of UNH Manchester's biotechnology master's and bachelor's degree programs and works as a gene therapy quality control associate at Sarepta Therapeutics.

6:45–8 p.m.              Networking and reception with light refreshments. Optional tours of UNH Manchester and our Biotechnology Innovation Center available.


  • Biotechnology center at UNH Manchester

    Explore the Biotechnology Innovation Center

    You’ll have the opportunity to tour the BIC, a cutting-edge facility for teaching and research in biotechnology and cellular biology as well as an incubator space for start-up biotech firms.

Advancing Biotech Careers

UNH Manchester’s master’s program in biotechnology: industrial and biomedical sciences combines skill-based training in our state-of-the-art laboratory spaces and experiential learning with industry to advance careers in the biotechnology, biopharmaceutical and regenerative manufacturing sectors.


students in the biotechnology innovation center at UNH Manchester


Millyard scholar and biotechnology major Fardeen Siddiqui '23 in the lab at UNH Manchester


Building a Biotech Workforce

The Millyard Scholars Program is shaping the next generation of biotechnology professionals from biotech, biological sciences and engineering technology backgrounds. Coupled with the mission of the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute and BioFabUSA, the program integrates students with industry and research so they graduate prepared to make a difference in this groundbreaking field.


Directions and Parking

Address: UNH Manchester, 88 Commercial Street, Manchester NH 03101. 

Guests are invited to park in the spots marked “Student Parking” in the front and back lots at UNH Manchester. You may also park on the upper deck in front of The Foundry restaurant.