Tozzer Courtyard (Between Peabody Museum and MCZ) 16 Divinity Av, Cambridge
Come celebrate the start of the summer with a great Postdoc BBQ, organized by the FAS Office of Postdoctoral Affairs and The FAS Postdoc Association. We'll have drinks, BBQ and music, so come join the fun!
Early Bird registration is $30 until May 18. Regular registration is $40 and registration at the door is $60.
Panels include: Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship, Finding Your Personal Leadership Style, Managing Teams, Understanding the Drug Development Process, Finding Your Niche, A Day in the Life of a Biotech Professional, Careers in Data Science, Transitioning to Academic Independence, Project Management and More!
Workshops include: Resume writing and interviewing, Drug Development Boot Camp, Crafting Your Specific Aims, Communication for...
BioLabs Lecture Hall 1080, 16 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge
Are you going on the job market soon, have been on the job market recently or just curious about the job search dynamics? Come join us for an informal discussion with fellow postdocs and colleagues about job searches in academia. A panelists of postdocs who have been on the academic job market this year will share their stories and address your questions and curiosities.
From 4pm to 5pm at BL1080: Discussion followed by audience Q&A.
From 5pm to 7pm: Reception and social mixer at Biolounge.
Waterhouse Room, Gordon Hall, 25 Shattuck Street, Boston
Biomedical research today is not only rigorous, innovative and insightful, it also has to be organized and reproducible. With more capacity to create and store data, there is the challenge of making data discoverable, understandable, and reusable. Many funding agencies and journal publishers are requiring publication of relevant data to promote open science and reproducibility of research.
In this workshop students will identify and discuss current workflow challenges throughout the research life cycle. By understanding best practices for managing your data throughout a...
Cannon Room, Building C 240 Longwood Avenue, Boston
In this facilitated discussion, panelists whose work balances research, teaching and administrative responsibilities will share insights from their work at various academic institutions. The expertise on this panel will also attendees to learn more about transitional postdocs that support teaching skills development.
Talks 2-3pm • David C. Parkes (Professor of Computer Science and Co-Director, Harvard DSI): The DSI: A Platform for Data Science at Harvard. • João Marques (Postdoc, Rowland Institute at Harvard): Pan-neural calcium imaging during hunting in freely moving zebrafish larvae. • Shannon Graham (Visiting Assistant Professor, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Boston College): How many magnitude 9 earthquakes are possible? Potential...