The Postdoctoral Career Development Seminar Series is held monthly and allows a time for Postdoctoral Scholars and Fellows to convene for the opportunity of hearing from professionals in various avenues of biomedical research concerning their careers and skills that they develop to aid in their ultimate success in their chosen career paths. These seminars are typically held at noon and are open to senior level graduate students and postdocs. Lunch is provided to those who RSVP.
Announcements are sent out through the Postdoctoral Listserv, posted to the Office of Biomedical Education Facebook page, and listed here as well.
Registration with the Office of Biomedical Education will ensure that you do not miss out on the announcements about these highly informative events!
January 19 - "F32 and Foundation Grants: How the Proposal Development Office Can Help" with Kathy Doyle Grzech, Associate Director of the Proposal Development Office
February 15 - "K99/R00 and other K awards from NIH: How to choose the right one and how people fail before they even start writing" with Dr. Gregory Frolenkov, Department of Physiology
March 21 - "Workplace Negotiations" with Prof. Joe Labianca, Gatton Chair in Management; Director, Executive MBA Program; Director, Don & Cathy Jacobs Executive Education Center, Department of Management
May 5 - Postdoctoral Poster winner presentations at the Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series
May 12 - "From academia to industry: The only constant is change" with Dr. Susan M. G. Goody from Pfizer, Inc.