Simcere Campus Recruitment at Harvard


On 21st September, Simcere Career Development and Recruitment Forum was held at Dana-Farbar Cancer Institute of Harvard Medical School. The leadership team attended the forum, including Simcere Chairman, Jinsheng Ren, President, Honggang Feng, EVP, Yongzhong Wang, VP, Allan Yuan. Students from Standford University as well as universities nearby participated in this forum.

Simcere Equals More Platforms and Choices

Honggang Feng, President of Simcere, introduced the Simcere’s development, core advantages and pipeline, demonstrating Simcere’s strong scientific consultant team and professional management team. At the moment, Simcere is in the process of establishing innovation centres in Boston and Shanghai, which means talents are needed. Students cannot only join Simcere directly, but bring their entrepreneuring projects with them. Honggang Feng emphasized that Simcere possessed a flexible training mechanism, leaving room for researchers and academics without researching background to show their talent. The craving for talents has driven Simcere leadership team to the USA.

Returning to China to Seize the Historical Opportunity

Yongzhong Wang, EVP of Simcere, shared his work experiences in both China and the States from career development’s point of view. China is a fast-growing market for the pharmaceutical industry. What’s more, it is the open corporate culture, unique development opportunities and high-quality team that have made him determined to join Simcere.

Yongzhong said China was transforming from Made in China to Created in China, which was a unique opportunity for students abroad.

Be the Pioneer of Simcere and Go Beyond Yourself

Jinsheng Ren, Chairman of Simcere, talked about Chinese pharmaceutical companies’ innovation trends and mission from a founder’s point of view. He also analyzed the advantages of returning to China by talking about the five benefits of working in China. Besides that, he touched upon Simcere’s strategies of precision medicine, gene sequencing and big data as well as the global development goals in the future. In the end Jinsheng Ren expressed his wishes of seeing young talents improve Simcere’s development.

Simcere Career Development and Recruitment Forum received high enthusiasm from students. Upon the completion of the forum, students discussed Chinese medical market with the leadership team and asked questions about Simcere.

We cross the Pacific Ocean from China to America because we crave for talents whom we expect to bring stronger and fresher blood for our rapid growth.


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