Program Assistant, Innovation Services
Amy Xu joined the California Life Sciences Institute (CLSI) in October 2016 as Program Assistant, Innovation Services focusing on entrepreneurial programs, where she will be supporting the CLSI CARB-X Accelerator for Combatting Antimicrobial Resistance. With a background in life sciences, Amy is interested in applying her skills to bring together strong science with biotechnology enterprise. Before joining CLSI, Amy worked in the Access Solutions department at Genentech. Amy received her bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry at the University of California, San Diego and is currently working towards her Masters in Biotechnology: Enterprise and Entrepreneurship. On any other day, you can find Amy wandering the streets of San Francisco, her native hometown, at a coffee shop, or finding new spots in the city to munch on delicious pastries. She also enjoys traveling, live music and staying healthy.